Infinite halo had an unconventional launch with a multiplayer release ahead of the main game. Now that the main game is out, many players are wondering when will Co-Op and Forge be released? Many of Halo Infinite's multiplayer events have already been leaked, but the leaks showed no signs of co-op or forging. Co-op has been a staple of the Halo franchise, with Forge being a very useful tool in the multiplayer community since its release in Halo 3. Thankfully, players have been given a heads up when they can expect co-op and Forge being added in Halo Infinite.
When will Co-Op and Forge be released?
Thanks to an interview with Joseph Staten, we now know when to expect Co-Op and Forge to release. Unfortunately, they won't be released at the same time and we have quite a while to wait before we get access to them. Co-Op is set to release alongside Halo Infinite's second season, and Forge is set to release alongside Season Three. Unfortunately, the launch of the second season has been delayed until March 2022 and the third season is expected to launch later in the summer of 2022.
While the original reason for Co-Op releasing with Season 2 and not at launch is unknown, the reason for the delay of Season 2 is due to criticism of Halo Infinite multiplayer. 343 The industry wants to address players' legitimate concerns with the current state of the game according to Staten. We've already seen some fixes for player issues with changes to Battlepass XP earning, but there are still plenty of other issues to address, such as aggressive microtransactions.
Although Halo Infinity recently fully launched, it still has a long way to go before it becomes a finished game. Hopefully, over time, we'll see it grow into a finished masterpiece. Before we can judge, we'll need to have all of the promised features first. If you're having any other issues with Halo Infinite, be sure to check out our other guides.
Infinite halo is available now on Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One and PC.