Halo Infinite can now be played cooperatively thanks to the work of the modders.
Just below, you can see a portion of Halo Infinite’s campaign, starting from the very beginning of the game. As you can see for yourself, the modders have managed to get two Master Chiefs playing the game at once, as two players take on hordes of Covenant soldiers side by side.
Next up is some great open world gameplay for something different. This time around, we get to see two Master Chiefs briefly running around Halo Ring Zeta, attacking Brutes and Grunts alike with Energy Swords, as well as taking a Warthog to run and gun people down in the open world of Halo Infinite.
There is some debate online as to whether this is actually a mod or leaked gameplay of Halo Infinite’s upcoming co-op campaign feature. However, given that there hasn’t been any public testing for the campaign’s co-op feature so far, it seems like a safe bet that these “leaked” gameplay videos are actually the work of modders.
However, it won’t be long until the first public test for Halo Infinite’s co-op campaign is here. Earlier this month, 343 announced that Halo Infinite’s co-op campaign would go into beta this coming July, and Halo Insiders could sign up right away for a chance to take part in the closed test.
Right now the co-op campaign is scheduled to release for Halo Infinite sometime in late August, last we heard from 343 was in April. The feature has already been delayed multiple times, and the original goal was Season 2, but with that new season launching in May, we’re at the last revised date for the co-op campaign.
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