You Can’t Replay Campaign Missions In Halo Infinite
Halo fans have been waiting for the Master Chief’s return, and Halo Infinite is the game that’s going to bring him back. While we don’t know much about the game, we do know that the campaign will be playable in two different ways. There’s the traditional campaign that can be played from start to finish, and there’s also a mode called “Solo Carry.” Solo Carry allows you to play the campaign from start to finish with the ability to switch between playable characters. And it’s something that Halo Infinite director, Chris Lee, believes is something that Halo fans are really going to enjoy.
Microsoft’s Halo franchise has been one of the most prominent in the video game industry. It has millions of fans around the world and has made Microsoft a fortune. The original game was released in 2001, and since then, there have been many sequels, spin-offs and other related titles. The latest installment in the franchise, Halo Infinite, was announced at E3 2018. Unlike the previous games, Infinite will be a sandbox action game. The game takes place in a new open world called Solace that is roughly four times the size of Halo 5’s campaign.
Halo Infinite won’t let you replay missions like you could in Halo 5: Guardians or Halo: Reach. Halo Infinite will have four-player co-op just like its predecessors, but unlike Halo 5 or Halo Reach, it won’t let players replay missions for extra achievements. That’s a bummer for those who want to go back and relive their favorite moments, but 343 Industries isn’t interested in adding replay ability to the campaign in the future.