How to Join the Halo Infinite Co-Op Beta on July 11

A group of Master Chiefs fight together using different weapons.

Screenshot: Microsoft / 343 industries

Good news! From July 11 you will be able to play Halo Infinite online with three friends as part of beta testing. And what’s even better, you can also replay missions from the campaign. However, there is some bad news: this is a time-limited test for only 10 days. And you will need to restart the entire campaign in order to play online with others.

As announced earlier this month, Halo Infinite devs 343 Industries are gearing up to launch a short but massive collaborative campaign test for Halo Infinite. If you don’t remember, this latest entry in the sci-fi shooter series was the first to launch without a co-op campaign mode. after 343 detained him last year. Since then, the plan is to add co-op to the game in the second season. This will be a 10-day test running from July 11-21 on Xbox and PC and is the next step towards having co-op and other campaign features finally added to the game.

If you are interested in checking out the joint beta in Halo Infinite, you need to jump through some hoops. First, you need to be registered Halo Insider. You also need to own the game or be a Game Pass subscriber. Here are the complete steps from 343:

Step 1: Make sure you are enrolled in the Halo Insider program.

Step 2: Make sure you are eligible for Halo Infinite (campaign). (i.e. you purchased it or have an active Xbox Game Pass subscription)

Step 3: If you’re participating on Xbox, download the Xbox Insider app and sign up for the Network Co-Op Launcher once launch begins. If you’re playing on Steam, you’ll be sent a unique key as reported by Halo Insider to download a test build.

Step 4: Run the build, have a party with your friends, and jump into Zeta Halo!

Players should check the settings in Halo Insider to make sure they’re set up to receive a code for their chosen platform: PC, Xbox, or both. Once in the game, players will also be able to replay missions using the in-game tactical map. Again, another feature that has always been present in past Halo games but was missing when Infinite launched. Like co-op, this is just a limited-time test that ends on July 11th.

It should be noted that you need to download a completely new and separate test build Halo Infinitecampaign. None of your progress in the retail version will carry over to this test, and similarly, none of your progress in the test will carry over to the real game. This means you’ll need to start over, but that’s probably what most people will want to do when they team up with friends later this month.

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Halo Infinite will support full co-op play, meaning that an Xbox One player, an Xbox Series X user, a PC player, and someone streaming the game on their phone can all play together. For those who are interested, Yes, you will all be clones of the Master Chief. Some may hate it, but I love it. What’s funnier than four chieftains jumping into a Warthog to ruin some shit? Not much, I say.

According to a recent roadmap, it is planned to fully add the co-op campaign to the game in August. This test will help determine how feasible this plan is. So once this test ends on July 21st, it won’t be too long to play co-op if everything goes smoothly.

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