Halo Infinite’s multiplayer is going strong, and with 343 Industries committing to addressing issues with everything from cheating to Battle Pass progression, things are certainly looking good for that side of the experience. Soon, the other half will be available as well with the launch of Halo Infinite’s single player campaign, and with the full list of the game’s Achievements recently having gone live on True Achievements, details on the campaign have also emerged.
As is the case with any and all Achievement lists, this one contains some spoilers for the single player component, so we’re not including the full list here. Interestingly though, it does reveal that the game’s single player campaign will have a total of 14 missions.
That puts it level with Halo 2 in terms of number of missions, and below Halo 5: Guardians and Halo 3: ODST, though with the game being semi-open world, we imagine that the total length of the campaign is going to be significantly higher than either of those games (or any other Halo game, for that matter). It’s also worth noting that these are main missions only- thanks to the game’s open-ended structure, there will be plenty of side missions and optional activities on offer as well.
Halo Infinite’s single player campaign is launching on December 8 for Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One, and PC.