Eight months after the release of Halo Infinity, the long-awaited campaign co-op test has finally arrived. However, the game's campaign co-op mode does not support online matching, so players without friends will have to figure it out on their own.
According to VGC, Microsoft has confirmed that Halo Infinity's campaign co-op mode will not support online matching, and that this feature will not be added in the future. This means that players who do not have a black partner will have to find their own through other channels.
"The Co-op mode will not offer online matching, and we encourage players to continue using Halo LFG and Discord voice on Xbox in the beta so you can find players online while playing," the Microsoft spokesperson added. Microsoft recently entered into a partnership with the Discord platform to allow Xbox gamers to use the Discord voice chat service directly.
Halo Infinity's campaign co-op mode is expected to launch in late August for all players.