Halo Infinite released last November after a one-year delay from its original 2020 release. Still, it didn’t launch with some much-anticipated features like campaign co-op, online and split-screen, and Forge.
In February, Halo Infinite creative director Joseph Staten announced that the team was delaying an update planned for January regarding these modes. That update finally came in March, with the unfortunate news that the campaign collaboration and Forge had been postponed indefinitely. Now we have a new update regarding co-op: Halo Insiders can join a campaign network co-op flight in July.
“As the Halo Infinite campaign network collaboration arrives later this year, we plan to fly it to Halo Insiders in July,” the Halo Twitter account tweeted. “Register and make sure your Halo Insider profile is up to date to participate.”
You can do that here. What to expect, it sounds like it’s going to be a co-op beta of the Halo Infinite campaign network, meaning you can try out online co-op (not to be confused with split-screen). If you’re interested, be sure to update your Halo Insider details or log in if you’ve never done so before.
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https://www.gameinformer.com/2022/06/09/halo-insiders-can-try-halo-infinite-campaign-network-co-op-next-month Halo Insiders Can Try Halo Infinite Campaign Network Co-Op Next Month