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When does Halo Infinite's campaign come out?

Players are anxiously waiting for Halo Infinite campaign to release and here is when it will be out.
343 Industries has surprised the Halo Infinite fans with an early release of its multiplayer mode on 15th November. While they are enjoying the latest title of the Halo franchise, the most exciting part of the game for some, i.e. its campaign, is yet to release. 

Players are waiting for its arrival in order to experience the third and final chapter of the "Reclaimer Saga" as Master Chief. Here is when the Halo Infinite campaign will release. 

Halo Infinite campaign release date

when does halo infinite campaign come out
The co-op mode of Halo Infinite campaign is delayed. (Picture: 343 Industries)

Halo Infinite campaign is scheduled to release on 8th December; the same day the game launches globally on Xbox and PC. However, you will not be able to play it with your friends as the release of the co-op option has been delayed to May 2022. 

Joseph Staten, the head of creative at 343 Industries, revealed it in an interview with Wesley Yin-Poole from Eurogamer, "At the time that we talked about campaign co-op and Forge, I said our goal is to ship campaign co-op in Season 2, and our goal is to ship Forge with Season 3. Yes, we are extending Season 1. So our goal still remains what I said before, which is to ship campaign co-op with Season 2 and Forge with Season 3."

Halo Infinite Season 1 will run for about six months which means, we cannot expect the campaign's co-op mode to release until May 2022.

As of now, there is no exact release date given by Staten as he said, "We can't commit to any hard dates right now, because as we're seeing with this multiplayer beta, other things might move up in the priority stack for us. If it turns out that our progression system just isn't working the way that we intended, if we need to move some of these bigger rocks sooner, then we as a team will make those decisions and will clearly communicate to our fans why we're doing certain things." 

 

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Featured image courtesy of 343 Industries.