Update [Sat 16th Jul, 2022 02:30 BST]: Following on from 343 Industries' preview yesterday, the campaign network co-op flight is now officially live. Provided you were signed up to the Halo Insider program and had opted into this flight, you should be good to go. It will run from now until 1st August. You can read learn more about this flight over on Halo Waypoint.

"This flight features Halo Infinite’s campaign (co-op and single-player) on both Xbox consoles and PC. We have invited you to participate in this preview for the purpose of finding bugs and relaying feedback to 343 Industries. Flighting is a process of ensuring that features like co-op campaign are ready for launch.

"During this flight, it is requested that you file bug report tickets for all issues that you might encounter. However, please be mindful of any issues related to save files, especially when switching between co-op and single-player."

Original article [Fri 15th Jul, 2022 05:05 BST]: Earlier before, 343 Industries held a special live stream to show off the first official look at Halo Infinite campaign network co-op. The aim is to get the flight live by tomorrow at this stage.

This showcase goes through the co-op, mission replay and more. You can learn more about this in our previous post.

To participate in this upcoming Co-Op flight, make sure you're signed up to the Halo Insider program and have opted into the Network Co-Op flight program when it goes live. Progress from this flight will not carry over to the full release.

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