Halo Infinite started off with a sprint but quickly lost momentum due to its lack of updates and poor free-to-play monetization. And now the cooperative campaign is finally coming, maybe, this year.

343 Industries choose its words very carefully promising to launch the option this year with testing starting this July. With Halo Insiders getting a taste if they register on Halo Insider.

At this point, players have become numb to the inclusion of the cooperative campaign. It’s still desired but after half a year of waiting many argue that Halo Infinite should’ve been delayed again given how slow updates have been coming out. Clearly, if this game came out on its original date it would’ve been way worse.

The latest season for Halo Infinite has started called Lone Wolves. Adding free-for-all and King of the Hill but Halo Infinite still requires a lot more to stand against the juggernauts of the F2P environment. The gameplay remains fun but that only goes so far with lackluster content updates.

Halo Infinite is now available for Xbox Series, Xbox One, and PC. Check out our review here.

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