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343 has offered the first look at Halo Infinite’s campaign co-op mode
A public test for the long-awaited feature is scheduled to go live this week
343 Industries has provided the first look at Halo Infinite’s campaign co-op mode.
Studio members showed off the long-awaited feature, as well as the game’s new Mission Replay system, in an hour-long preview video which is viewable below.
343 is aiming to launch a test flight of campaign co-op and Mission Replay this week, but it’s not guaranteed.
Brian Jarrard, community director at 343, said on Wednesday: “The Halo Infinite network co-op flight build is currently progressing through certification. Barring any issues, we are still targeting a go-live by end of this week.”
Players who want to participate in the co-op test will need to be signed up to the Halo Insider program.
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Halo Infinite’s co-op mode, which has been delayed on several occasions, will let everyone taking part make progress towards their own individual campaigns.
Halo Infinite also released without the ability to replay campaign missions once they’ve been completed – unless users start a new save file.
In a development progress update in April, 343 said it was targeting “late August” for the release of the game’s online co-op mode.
Halo veteran Paul Bertone recently joined 343 as the studio’s technical design director.
He worked on Halo 1-3, ODST and Reach during over a decade at series creator Bungie, where he served as design director until 2012.