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Halo Infinite’s long-awaited campaign network co-op mode could have been pushed back again.
In a development progress update in April, 343 said it had a “late August target” for the final release of campaign co-op.
With the end of August fast approaching, studio community director Brian Jarrard responded via Twitter to a fan’s suggestion that a delay for the feature could be incoming.
Halo Infinite’s campaign co-op, Forge beta and Season 3 have all been delayed, while local co-op has been cancelled.
“’Targets’ are a stake in the ground at the time but of course subject to change,” he said on Wednesday. “We’ll have a roadmap update tomorrow on what to expect with Infinite in the months ahead.”
343 revealed last summer that Halo Infinite’s campaign co-op and Forge mode wouldn’t be available when the game was released in December 2021. Instead, it said the plan was to release the former with Halo Infinite Season 2 and launch the latter during Season 3.
343 provided the first look at Halo Infinite’s campaign co-op, as well as its mission replay system, in an hour-long preview video (viewable above) released in July, ahead of the launch of a public test for the new features.
It recently confirmed campaign co-op won’t support online matchmaking, meaning players who don’t have a friend to play with will need to seek out a teammate themselves using other channels.