Halo Infinite delays campaign co-op and cancels split-screen co-op

Heidi Nicholas - September 1st 2022

343 Industries has outlined what's coming to Halo Infinite with a fall/winter roadmap, which tells us that campaign network co-op will come with the winter update, but the devs will no longer ship campaign split screen co-op.

Halo Infinite's fall/winter roadmap is here, with 343 Industries discussing the game's future in the update video below.

Halo Infinite campaign network co-op to arrive from November

Campaign network co-op will arrive alongside mission replay with Halo Infinite's winter update, according to 343, as will the new Detachment and Argyle maps, the free 30 tier battle pass, and more. Season Three — Echoes Within — will arrive from March 7th, with a new weapon, the Arena and Big Team Battle maps, new equipment, and more.

It's during the video above — around 11:50 minutes in — that 343's head of creative Joseph Staten confirms that campaign split screen co-op won't be coming to the game at all. While discussing the game's future, Staten adds that the team will also "work on experiences that we're not quite ready to talk about yet," which led to "the difficult decision not to ship campaign split screen co-op," explaining that the resources they would have used for that can now be used for working on other things.


In other Halo news, an update for Halo: The Master Chief Collection has fixed a buggy achievement, while also adding new content and several improvements.

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