A few hours after the presentation of the first gameplay video of Halo Infinite, 343 Industries has released new information on the game, confirming the presence of one of the most popular players of the series: the co-operative.
For, according to the words of Chris Lee, studio head of 343 Industries, the game will only be playable in online co-op as the fifth chapter but it will return to implement the split-screen, or the ability to play coop on the same console. Unfortunately, the development team has not provided more precise details on the functioning of the coop in the new adventure of the Master Chief, set in a map, freely explorable and full of points of interest that recalls to some extent what we saw in Far Cry and in other open world recent output. It remains then to understand how much freedom there is in the possibility to play in cooperative mode and what will be the possible limitations.
In any case, there should soon arrive new information on the multiplayer and other online modes of the game, which will propose again the Molds, the output of which is expected within the year on PC, Xbox One and Xbox Series X.
Did you know that the Demo Xbox Games Showcase Halo Infinite running on PC and not on the Series X?