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Halo Infinite Won’t Get Split-Screen Co-Op, But Players Have Worked Out How to Do It Now

Following the news that Halo Infinite will no longer be able to get split-screen local co-op, some players have already found ways to take advantage of menu glitches to make it happen.

As reported by euro gamer, @Zeny_IC I discovered on Twitter that Xbox Series X/S players can use a menu glitch to add 3 local co-op players to the game.You can see how it works in the tutorial @HaloCreation Read the instructions after the video below.

Here are the steps courtesy of Eurogamer, @Zeny_IC and @HaloCreation:

  1. Go to the campaign menu and load your save
  2. Click ‘play’ and get ready to go to your friends list in no time
  3. As soon as you see the “Roadmap”, go to your friends list and join the friends who are idle in the menu
  4. You can then leave the fireteam
  5. Under the custom lobby server,[ใ‚ชใƒ•ใƒฉใ‚คใƒณ]Choose.
  6. You can now connect profiles with other controllers
  7. Click Play.

Obviously, 343 Industries may patch or unintentionally break this feature in a future update, and there’s no guarantee that it won’t crash your Xbox or delete your savegames. It’s like a way to play with friends at home. sofa.

“After checking out Series X, the menu glitches for playing the Halo Infinite campaign split-screen still work. No crashes, AI issues, etc. in cutscenes,” said Halo Creation. “I never thought I would have to go through this to play with my friends at home.”

Despite promising this feature, 343 Industries has confirmed that Halo Infinite will not be introducing split-screen local co-op as it focuses on improvements and acceleration such as “ongoing live service development.” .

343 Industries will “reallocate studio resources to improve and accelerate ongoing development of the live service, better respond to player feedback and quality of life updates, and split-screen co-op for local campaigns.” We are not working on it,โ€ he said.

The news was shared alongside glimpses into the future of Halo Infinite, including the release of Forge Mode and full online campaign co-op on November 8th.

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Adam Bankhurst is a news writer for IGN. You can follow him on Twitter @Adam Bankhurst and Cramp.

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