Halo Infinite, the new game of the Halo series, known for its co-op story experience that it has been offering to players for years, will not have co-op at its release.
The newest game to be released in the Halo series, which has been very famous for its co-op story side, as well as the online experience it has offered to players for years. Halo Infinite, will not include co-op and Forge mode in its release. Although we predict that the mode called Forge, where players create their own map, edit it as they wish, and share it, will not be at first, it is really surprising that the co-op feature that is unique to the Halo series will not be at first.
Halo Infinite won’t have co-op support at launch
According to the announcement made yesterday by Halo’s developer team, 343 Industries; It will be released in 2021 The game will not include co-op scenario and Forge mode at launch. The developer team stated in a video that the co-op mode of the game will be added with the second season; that is, about three months after its release, he stated that we can get the co-op mode. It is stated that the Forge side will come with the third season of the game (6 months later).
With the continuation of the pandemic process, the game industry continues to be affected quite harshly. Although Halo Infinite has not yet been added to the postponement news we constantly receive, the game’s co-op and Forge mode has been delayed. The game will be released for Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S and Microsoft Windows in 2021.