343 Industries is still modifying the roadmap dedicated to Halo Infinite.
Despite the help of Certain Affinitythe American studio 343 Industries struggling to catch up on Halo Infinite. As a result, it has been decided that the split-screen co-op campaign should no longer be developed:
In order to improve and accelerate the development of current live services, and to better respond to player feedback and gameplay updates, we have reallocated studio resources and are no longer working on screen co-op shared for the campaign.
At the same time, the online co-op campaign, Forge beta, and multiplayer season 3 of Halo Infinite have all been postponed. The community is impatient with the social networks and understands less and less the choices of 343 Industriesknowing that many talents have left the Xbox Game Studios subsidiary in recent months to try new adventures.
What’s next in Halo Infinite
The online cooperative campaign, which was scheduled to launch last August, will now be available next November with the winter update which will also include the Forge beta, Detachment and Argyle maps, the Covert One Flag game mode as well as 30 Free Battle Pass Rewards. Halo Infinite’s third season of content, Echoes Within, delayed to March 2023, will include the Arena and Big Team Battle maps, the M392 Bandit weapon, the Shround Screen team, and 100 new Battle Pass rewards. Note that a custom game manager, new game modes and updates to the Forge beta (originally scheduled for this September) have also been announced for this period.