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Halo Infinite’s co-op beta is finally coming on July 11

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Seven and a half months after Halo Infinite’s launch, campaign co-op is nearly ready for prime time. It just has a few kinks to work out first, and that means a beta test: beginning Monday, July 11, anyone who owns the Halo Infinite campaign or subscribes to Xbox Game Pass will be able to try out online co-op.

The entire campaign will be available in the co-op beta, though there are a few hoops to jump through first. All PC players who want to participate will need to register to be a Halo Insider, and you’ll have to download a separate build of the game and start a fresh save file to get online. Progress will not transfer over to or from an existing save. And you’d better sign up pronto: 343 Industries says if you aren’t a registered Halo Insider by July 5, you may not be able to access the network co-op test via Steam. 343 also notes July 11 is the targeted start date, but it is possible it could be delayed if any unexpected issues pop up between now and then.

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