Halo Infinite co-op campaign release date – when does it come out?

Looking to take on the Banished with your buddies? Here’s everything you need to know about the Halo Infinite co-op campaign release date

Halo Infinite Co-Op Campaign Release Date: An image of Master Chief facing Cortana from an in-game cutscene.

Halo Infinite marks the triumphant return of Master Chief and Cortana with a blockbuster single-player campaign and explosive multiplayer action – however, there’s still more to come from 343 Industries. This release missed a few features long-time fans have come accustomed to seeing in a Halo game and 343 Industries has announced that both Forge and co-op campaign are on the way. If you want to fight for Zeta Halo with your friends, we have the latest on the Halo Infinite co-op campaign release date here.

Set two years after the events of Halo 5: Guardians, Halo Infinite continues Master Chief’s fight for humanity against impossible odds. This time around, he’s going toe to toe with the Banished – a coalition of alien races occupying Zeta Halo. Through Halo Infinite, 343 Industries have introduced open-world features to a Halo campaign for the first time in series history. This includes large open areas, fast-travel points, and a variety of side quests.

With so much freedom on offer, it feels like Halo Infinite’s campaign is built for co-op gameplay. Traditionally, Halo games have offered this feature from launch. With it being delayed for Halo Infinite, we have everything you need to know about the Halo Infinite co-op campaign release date and when you can take the fight to the Banished with your friends.

Halo Infinite co-op campaign release date

So, when do Halo Infinite’s co-op campaign features come out? Well, Halo Infinite’s co-op campaign is expected to launch in November 2022.

The beta flight allowed 343 to test out the features and make sure everything is working fine. Progress made during this period will not be carried over to the full game once the campaign co-op arrives.

However, when it does properly launch, individual progress within the campaign will carry over between co-op and non-co-op playthroughs and cross-play will be supported. While you won’t be tethered at the hip, you will need to stay within about 300 meters of one another.

Well, that’s all there is to it – the Halo Infinite co-op campaign release date is a little further away than expected. Thankfully, there’s still a lot of free-to-play multiplayer action to get stuck into in the meantime. If you’re planning to get stuck in, check out our guide to Halo Infinite’s best guns here.