Halo Infinite’s co-op campaign will have a public test in July

Infinite Halo It’s expected to receive its big co-op game update in August, which will let you roam the open world with a fellow Master Chief. If you’re part of the Halo Insider program – or join it ASAP – you’ll be able to play co-op a full month early, because 343 Industries announced a test flight for July.

You can learn how to participate in the Halo Insider program here, although keep in mind that being part of this program does not guarantee that you will be part of the co-op flight: you will be “considered” for that. Still, it’s free, so you just have to deal with the drudgery of entering details into a form.

A Halo Infinite roadmap released in April pointed to a late August release for co-op games, and so far, 343 Industries hasn’t indicated any disruption to that schedule. Online co-op will launch first, while split-screen co-op will follow later in the year. Another eagerly awaited addition is Halo’s Forge mode, which is still on its way to entering open beta in September.

Halo Infinite season 2 started in early May and, as is often the case with live service games, the launch was a little bumpy. It follows a rather turbulent reception to the competitive side of Halo Infinite since its initial release last October; After an enthusiastic acceptance from hungry Halo fans, the first season ended up being a bit of a weird messaccording to Natalia.

Still, if you’re like me and prefer to enjoy some PvE action with friends rather than get ruthlessly butchered in PvP, the arrival of co-op can’t come anytime soon.

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