343 Industries continues to work on Halo Infinite’s campaign co-op with extensive gameplay released thus far. It’s looking pretty good with up to four players capable of rampaging through the world. However, those without friends and looking to rely on online matchmaking won’t have any such luck when co-op is finally live.
Speaking to GamesRadar, a Microsoft spokesperson said “Online matchmaking will not be available with final co-op. We encourage you to continue to use the Halo LFG and the new Discord voice call feature on Xbox to find players to party up with as you continue playing the beta.” This follows a recent update where Xbox Insiders can transfer Discord voice calls to the Xbox Series X or Xbox One.
The new Discord feature is out later this year but it doesn’t help you find people to play with online. Halo LFG may end up being your best friend in this case, though how reliable that will be also remains to be seen. No release date has been confirmed for campaign co-op or the new Mission Replay feature either so we still need to wait for more details.
Halo Infinite is available for Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S and PC. Check out our review for it here.