Halo Infinite’s co-op mode delayed from season 2’s launch

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Anyone who has been holding off on enjoying Halo Infinite’s marketing campaign to have the ability to play with a good friend shall be ready even longer. Campaign cooperative play has been delayed from the beginning of Season 2 content material, which begins on May 3. There isn’t any up to date anticipated launch date for the characteristic.

When speaking about why co-op is being delayed, 343 Industries wrote in a weblog that since they’re dedicated to delivering 4 particular person community play, and two participant splitscreen, in Halo Infinite’s open world on all Xbox consoles, that they want extra time to get it proper. Because the game has a big open world, the event is far more difficult than up to now where everybody was in the identical small hallways. Now the game must account for loading bigger sections of the map when individuals go in numerous instructions and nonetheless operating effectively.

The crew did write that co-op is predicted to return sooner or later in Season 2, but when the size of the season is about 5 months lengthy like the primary season, that leaves a large hole for potential time frames. There was no phrase on the crew testing the characteristic in a flight like they’re at present doing with Forge mode for content material creators that’s anticipated to return at first of Season 3.