Halo Infinite player has discovered another bug that makes it possible to play the game in split screen, even though the game doesn’t officially support it. The developer has even said that the feature will definitely not be launched.
finder Twitter Reports That there are some “minor bugs” when using the bug. For example, a Twitter user writes that tire drops can occur, but she doesn’t go into more detail. The glitch doesn’t work flawlessly, but it seems to work Better than before, which appeared last December. The downsides to the previous bug were that the second player has no barriers, no access to story missions, game crashes when someone dies, preventing game corruption, and more. In general, this new defect is more user-friendly. The finder shares instructions for using the bug in his Twitter video.
Microsoft subsidiary 343 Industries announced this a few days ago local cooperative via split screen It won’t come out as a feature. 343 said development time is needed to invest in other things. Work on split screen was already well underway, based on how well it has now worked through this flaw.
343 Industries also announced that the game will get a Forge level editor beta on November 8, and that the campaign will also be playable in online co-op, in teams of up to four players. The Forge and Co-op level editor was supposed to be available earlier, but has been delayed several times.
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