Halo Infinite’s campaign co-op and Forge modes have been delayed again

It for the campaign has arrived and it looks like an exciting step forward for the series. Unfortunately, players will have to wait even longer than expected to play fashion with their friends.

Developer 343 Industries at Halo infinite will not have campaign co-op (a faithful mode in the Halo series) or Forge-adapted games when it arrives on December 8th. It plans to add campaign collaboration when season two starts, which was originally supposed to happen three months after launch, with Forge to follow in season three.

However, 343 Industries revealed this week that season 1 is running until May. The studio’s creative director, Joseph Staten, confirmed that means the campaign collaboration won’t come until May at the earliest, and Forge will come even later.

That’s likely to come as a disappointment to fans, but 343 Industries’ decision to focus on the campaign and multiplayer could have been the right one. That already , so it was important to get the two core modes right.

Fortunately, the free-to-play multiplayer component, like 343 Industries, is a blast. It’s obviously already a hit, too. The condition quickly hit 272,000 concurrent gamers on Steam, and that’s before you include those who play on console, through the PC Xbox app, and on cloud games.

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