The Halo Infinite campaign is complete and will be launched early next month

The Halo Infinite campaign is complete and will be launched early next month

The shooting series Halo had some good and less good news this week. The good news is that the launch of the multiplayer component has attracted a lot of players. The exact number is not known, but on Steam the game managed to enter among the ten most successful titles in terms of the number of active players.

Less good news is that players had objections to the game’s Battle Pass and forced grinding, but the developer promised to fix it soon.

As for the single-player portion, the good news is that we won’t be waiting longer than expected for Halo Infinite. The game has reached gold status and has been sent for duplication, which means it will be ready for launch on December 8th.

Less good news related to the campaign is that the addition of support for co-op, ie playing the campaign in society, has been postponed. The co-op was expected to be added at the earliest in the second month, but a more realistic term is now tied to the fourth or fifth month.

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