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Halo Infinite campaign co-op, Forge delayed further into 2022


Halo Infinite campaign co-op and Forge will be delayed further into 2022, with shifting release dates that coincide with the title’s seasonal content.

343 Industries’ Joseph Staten confirmed to Eurogamer that campaign co-op will not be introduced until May 2021, coming alongside the game’s delayed Season 2. Originally, the content was planned for March 2022.

Forge will follow in Season 3, which doesn’t appear to be dated as yet.

Halo Infinite‘s first season, Heroes of Reach, has actually kicked off early thanks to a surprise drop of Infinite‘s multiplayer. 343 Industries recently advised it will correct issues with progression that players are finding within its Battle Pass.

Halo Infinite multiplayer is now live on Windows PC, Xbox One, Xbox Series S and Xbox Series X. Single-player heads to the title on 8 December. Read our review in progress here.

Halo Infinite

16 November & 9 December 2021
PC Xbox One Xbox Series S & X

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