Microsoft wanted Halo Infinite to be anlaunch game last November, but developer 343 Industries . The developer now says the game is coming out on time, but it won't have two fan-favorite features.
Campaign co-op and Forge, a level editor that allows players to make their own multiplayer maps, won't be available when Halo Infinite launches this holiday season, according to Joseph Staten, the game's head of creative. Both features will arrive sometime in 2022. Staten did confirm that the game will come with single-player campaign and multiplayer.
"When we looked at these two experiences, campaign co-op and Forge, we made the determination that they're just not ready," Staten said in a Halo Infinite development update video released Friday. "We're going to keep campaign co-op and Forge in the oven for a little bit longer, and when they're ready, we're going to release them as part of our seasonal road map next year.
Halo Infinite has had a rough development period. The first showing of the game, in July 2020, left many fans deflated by its less-than-stellar graphics. 343 Industries heard the feedback and . Since that time, the .
343 Industries has yet to give Halo Infinite a firm release date, but it'll be available onon day one.