One of the quintessential Halo experiences is campaign co-op, which is why it was such a shame that Halo Infinite launched without it. However, many players have been eager to test it out this week when it's released to Halo Insiders. Halo's Community Manager Brian Jarrard assured fans that it's still coming this week, though because of the nature of how flighting a test build works, it's "day by day."
While many assumed the Flight would be pushed out today, Jarrard reiterated their target was simply sometime this week, and that the dev team is working hard to get this anticipated feature into players' hands to test. However, while his Twitter thread made it clear the team is still very much trying to get this out this week, he cautions that Flighting is a "fluid" process and that issues could cause unwanted delays.
PSA: The team is still working on our upcoming #HaloInfinite network co-op Insider flight build. While we always said our "target was the week of July 11", many sites reported it simply as "starting July 11." Still hoping for this week, but it will not start today. (1/3)— Brian Jarrard (@ske7ch) July 11, 2022
"Flighting is fluid as the process entails discovering issues in initial rings and resolving them before expanding to a larger audience," Jarrard noted on Twitter. "A few issues were discovered in our current flight ring and the team is working to address."
Exactly what those issues are, or how major they could be is unknown, but Jarrard noted the team is still targeting this week to get the Flightout to Halo Insiders. However, he does caution that this is being taken as "day by day" as work to fix issues moves forward.