After many delays, 343 Industries hopes to deliver Halo Infinite’s collaborative campaign around August 2022, the studio said in a Friday release update. Campaign cooperation is one of the features By Infinite .
At the time, 343 said it planned to roll out the mode alongside the game’s season two update about three months after launch. However, the first 343 the premiere of the next part two And after that Campaign co-op will not be available once the season begins.
The studio now says it’s aiming for an August release date for the network co-op, with the split-screen co-op coming later. That means you’ll have to wait to invite a friend over to play a game on one TV. According to the shared 343 roadmap, couch co-op won’t be available until sometime in season three, which will kick off until November 8. Furthermore, that’s a tentative plan, with credits The note on the roadmap indicates that the exact release date of this feature is “TBD”.
If there’s a silver lining to the news, it’s that 343 is also targeting an August release date for a feature that lets you replay campaign missions. Additionally, the studio is expected to roll out the Forge mode open beta sometime in September.
Delays can be frustrating By Infinite disappointed the player base further, but Joseph Staten, the game’s head of creative, stressed that 343 is doing its best to deliver new features quickly while preserving health. team health. “We knew we needed to deliver more content and more features more quickly,” says Staten. “Keeping priority the same doesn’t mean we need to slow down sometimes to stay healthy and go faster afterwards. But we’re also actively looking for ways to speed things up.”
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