Halo Infinite’s network campaign co-op test flight is now live, according to developer 343 Industries. You’ll be able to play the campaign with up to three people as part of the test, and the game supports crossplay between Xbox One, Xbox Series X / S, and PC. The test also features a mission replay option, which was not available when the game was first released.
Before you leap into Zeta Halo with your pals, you should be aware that you will have to restart the campaign from the beginning of this test. Any progress you’ve made in the retail build of the game will not move over, and everything you achieve in the test will not appear in your retail build. However, if you haven’t gone through Halo Infinite’s campaign in a while, starting over with your friends could be a fantastic incentive to return to the game.
Last month, 343 Industries described what to expect in the test in a lengthy blog post, and the developer also has a dedicated support page for the flight on its website. Players on Steam will only be able to participate in the test if they have gotten an invite.
343 Industries had planned to begin the test the week of July 11th, and while that did happen, it was a little later than expected. The test will conclude on August 1st at 1 PM ET. We don’t know when campaign co-op or mission replay will be available, but 343 Industries stated in an April roadmap that it is aiming for “late August.” On the roadmap, the split-screen co-op was marked as “TBD.”