Halo Infinite’s campaign co-op has been delayed again

Halo Infinite’s post-launch content is still being delayed. 343 Industries is supposed to support its FPS for the long term, but it’s not starting well… Indeed, two new features have just been postponed once again.

While Halo Infinite’s single-player campaign and multiplayer are excellent, players are still waiting with some impatience for the new content promised by the developers. Last summer, 343 Industries announced that the Forge mode and the co-op mode would not be available when the game launches on December 8, 2021. Unfortunately, these two elements are still not available…

In a new article published on Halo Waypoint, we finally learn that the co-op mode will not arrive as initially promised at the launch of Season 2, on May 2. The developers have only stated that it will be rolled out “later”. This delay also applies to split-screen co-op.

Furthermore, the Forge mode is only scheduled to launch in Season 3. It could therefore only be deployed at the end of the year. This famous Forge mode is currently being tested by a small group of players. In the near future, 343 Industries will be focusing on patches that will remove known bugs in the game.

Source: Halo Waypoint

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