One of the defining features of any Halo game has been its co-op, whether it's PvP or the ability to blast through a campaign with a friend. However, Halo Infinite, the most recent title in the franchise, launched without campaign co-op. Now 343 Industries seems set to finally bring it to the game.
Halo Infinite's campaign co-op will begin testing next month, rolling out to Halo Insiders to start providing feedback to 343 Industries as they look to implement this staple of Halo gameplay.
"With #HaloInfinite campaign network co-op arriving later this year," the company said via the official Halo Twitter. "We're planning to flight it to Halo Insiders in July. Register and make sure your Halo Insider profile is up to date for a chance to participate!"
With #HaloInfinite campaign network co-op arriving later this year, we're planning to flight it to Halo Insiders in July. Register and make sure your Halo Insider profile is up to date for a chance to participate!?: https://t.co/3a5Xr1hUIc pic.twitter.com/fKIn44umRU— Halo (@Halo) June 7, 2022
As 343 points out, you'll need a fully up-to-date Insiders account in order to participate. This is different than Microsoft's global Xbox Insiders program, and you'll need to sign up if you want to be chosen to help test the upcoming co-op feature.
Halo Infinite launched last year as a multiplayer beta for free on Xbox and PC, bringing multiplayer goodness to players alongside the Xbox Series console launches. The campaign released shortly after, continuing the story of Master Chief following the events of Halo 5.