Halo infinite has been on a rocky start for half a year now. With players and fans lamenting the weak gameplay options, many are curious about how this happened. Fans are realizing just how little content is actually present. While the multiplayer has been slowly updating, many are worried about the status of the co-op campaign. While the additions to multiplayer have solved some complaints, many still expect more. The campaign co-op is the most anticipated mode as it’s been present in all Halo titles. In a recent Halo Waypoint blog post, 343 Industries explained that the Halo Infinite campaign co-op beta will release in early July.
Halo is always more fun with friends – jump into our latest preview blog to learn more about Halo Infinite’s campaign network co-op and mission replay features ahead of next month’s Insider flight.
— Halo (@Halo) June 30, 2022
When Will Halo Infinite’s Campaign Co-Op Beta Launch?
While the beta part of the co-op launch might scare some users, it is a decent look at the team’s improvement. This co-op mode will support up to 4 players in one Halo Infinite map. Fans were also worried about how progress would be tracked for each player. Thankfully, 343 has announced that it will advance all players’ worlds. The tether between players and host will also be 1000 meters, with room to take on larger areas on the map together. While the beta will target the week of July 15th, fans can expect a full release later. Yet while many are awaiting the release of forge, 343 Industries is working to manage expectations. While the beta for Halo Infinite’s campaign co-op may be short, it gives an interesting look at how the upcoming forge beta will be handled. Halo fans will need to sign up for the beta, from which they can access the campaign co-op in another two weeks. Be sure to check back for more news and updates on all things coming to Halo Infinite.
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