Halo Infinite is predicted to obtain its massive cooperative play update in August, which is able to allow you to roam the open world with a fellow Master Chief. If you are a part of the Halo Insider program—or be a part of it ASAP—you could possibly play co-op a complete month earlier, as a result of 343 Industries has introduced a check flight for July.

You can learn to be a part of the Halo Insider program right here, although do take into account that being a part of that program does not assure you may be part of the co-op flight: You’ll be “considered” for it. Still, it is free, so that you’re solely having to take care of the drudgery of getting into particulars right into a kind.

A Halo Infinite roadmap launched in April pointed to a late August launch for cooperative play, and up to now, 343 Industries hasn’t indicated any disruption to that timeline. Online co-op will roll out first, whereas splitscreen co-op will comply with later within the 12 months. Another eagerly anticipated addition is Halo’s Forge mode, which continues to be on monitor to enter open beta in September.

Season 2 of Halo Infinite kicked off in early May, and as is so usually the case with reside service video games, the launch was just a little bumpy. It follows a reasonably turbulent reception for the aggressive aspect of Halo Infinite since its preliminary launch final October; after an enthusiastic uptake from starved Halo followers, the primary season ended up being a little bit of an ungainly mess, based on Natalie. 

Still, in the event you’re like me and would like to get pleasure from some PvE motion with associates, relatively than getting relentlessly slaughtered in PvP, the arrival of co-op cannot come quickly sufficient.