Gameplay footage of Halo Infinite's first mission in co-op has surfaced online ahead of the next month's playtesting.
Halo Infinite campaign co-op is not arriving until later this year but we already have some pretty big leaks, giving us a closer look at what to expect from this highly anticipated update.
The leak, which you can check out in the video below, shows the entire first mission in Halo Infinite so if you're yet to play the game, keep in mind there are a lot of spoilers in the video.
Interestingly, the mode seems to work pretty well, we did not spot any obvious anomalies as players roam around the levels and fight the Banished.
What exactly is this footage it's not quite clear but it's possible that we're looking at an early playtesting footage.
343 Industries revealed recently that the first public playtests will be available sometime in July when the campaign co-op beta launches, while the full release of the mode will be coming in August 2022.
A specific release date for Halo Infinite's Campaign co-op mode will probably be revealed sometime in July.
Halo Infinite launched without a campaign co-op which was a major disappointment for the fans of the franchise, but hopefully, the experience will be worth the wait when it finally launches in a couple of months.
Halo Infinite is available on PC, Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S.