Halo Infinite‘S campaign co-op feature and mission replay feature developer 343 Industries announced it will run the test on Friday. The trial period will last from July 15 to August 1.
Campaign cooperation has been delayed many times since – and before – Halo Infinitelaunched last year. If there is no high desired mode, Halo Infinite players cannot play the campaign with friends, as they have in all other Halo titles; instead, it is a single-player-only game in addition to competitive multiplayer matches. That changes Friday with Halo Infinite Test campaign, but there are some caveats. Because this is a test flight for Halo Infiniteof the co-op campaign, players will not be able to access their existing saves and progress made there will not transfer back to the retail version.
The #HaloInfinite Campaign Network Co-Op flight is live! There’s also a Quest Replay feature, make sure to team up with your friends on this early access build and take the Banished Action together. We’ll see you on Zeta Halo! pic.twitter.com/LUHioLer4d
– Halo (@Halo) July 15, 2022
To access the beta, players must download the new test build via Xbox Insider Program.
Mission replays will also launch on Friday with campaign co-op, finally allowing players to replay missions. Halo Infinite This feature was not available at launch. 343 Industries expects the campaign partnership to officially launch later this year. Still no news about when Halo InfiniteForge level editor to be released.