When Halo Infinite officially launched last December, the game was received generally well by critics both critics and fans alike. While there was some debate surrounding the quality of its narrative campaign beats, the overall package of the game was excellent with the free-to-play multiplayer turning a lot of heads. Unfortunately, what was included at launch wasn’t all that was promised as the game was still missing campaign co-op and Forge mode.
Fast forward to the launch of Halo Infinite Season 2: Lone Wolves and campaign co-op still isn’t anywhere to be found. It, along with Forge mode, has been something of a moving target for 343 Industries to hit, but the company promises that they’ll launch eventually.
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Halo Infinite Campaign Co-Op Release Date
Initially, 343 Industries announced that campaign co-op would be added to Halo Infinite with the launch of Season 2. As the season grew closer and closer, the company amended the announcement and said that the feature was being delayed to sometime in August later this year.
When doing a little bit of math based on the previous season and the information we know about Season 2, it looks like Halo Infinite‘s campaign co-op is now supposed to launch alongside Season 3. Although that’s a nice thought, many fans are beginning to think that co-op simply won’t be put into the game and that the near-constant delays are proof that it will never see the light of day. It would be nice to be proven wrong, however, based on the comments 343 has made about the struggles of incorporating co-op with Halo Infinite it seems like it might be a lost cause.
August 2022 is also the window that 343 said Forge would be coming to Infinite, so if they both launch at the same time, a lot of good might be done for the studio’s reputation, but many fans aren’t holding their breath.