Does Halo Infinite multiplayer have split-screen? 343 Industries already planned to have a number of features launch with Halo Infinite, but delays saw a lot of them pushed back.
Split-screen modes have been a trademark feature for the Halo franchise ever since its launch, whether it comes to playing multiplayer against your friends or sitting next to your sibling on the couch and working your way through the campaign.
Read on to find out everything we know about Halo Infinite multiplayer’s split-screen rollout and whether or not you can expect it in the campaign as well.
Halo Infinite Multiplayer Split-Screen
Halo Infinite multiplayer was intended to have split-screen when it launched on November 15, 2021, according to 343 Industries. However, split-screen has now been cancelled for Halo Infinite, according to IGN.
Both multiplayer and campaign won’t be getting split-screen as 343 Industries are focusing on other aspects of the live-service support in order to support the game. Speaking to IGN, 343 said “in order to improve and accelerate ongoing live service development, and to better address player feedback and quality of life updates, we have reallocated studio resources and are no longer working on local campaign split-screen co-op”.
This will be disappointing to hear for players who were keen to play the game with their friends in the same room. We may end up seeing the feature down the line, but we wouldn’t hold our breath for it.