Halo Infinite already supports 4-player split screen

Halo Infinite
Halo Infinite (Image credit: 343 Industries)

Halo Infinite is in full development at the moment, and 343 Industries keeps on revealing more and more information about the game. During a recent livestream, the team stated that exploration would play a major role in the campaign. However, there were other technical details discussed too that are interesting to say the least.

Aside from Halo: Reach-like customization, Halo Infinite will feature four-player co-op. This was confirmed during the event and many users on Reddit rejoiced when they heard this. It seems that the multiplayer mode is already playable with four players on the same console. It's great to see that 343 Industries is giving fans exactly what they want. Hopefully the story will also be meaningful this time around too.

During a recent interview, 343 Industries head Bonnie Ross said that the team wanted to "do right" by the franchise in Halo Infinite. She said, "Honestly, we have made mistakes along the way. The community has helped us in creating good learning experiences for us. But I think that when I look at Halo, the universe is the most important character and we are stewards of the universe. And if we're going to keep the universe alive and healthy, I think that we have to ensure that we are doing right by Halo."

Hopefully Halo Infinite will give us a truly extraordinary experience. However, only time will tell. There are a lot of hints being dropped that it might be an open-world game, though no confirmation has been provided as of yet. We'll keep you posted as soon as we know more.

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