We know Halo Infinite was in the works for a long time - and awfully long time considering it was originally scheduled to be a launch title for the Xbox Series X|S consoles - but it looks like the wait was worth it. Halo Infinite's Campaign is a blast and it builds on all the good aspects that Halo has had to offer us over the last few years in the best way. If you're wondering if you can play the Halo Infinite Campaign with Xbox Game Pass, we have you covered...
Can you play Halo Infinite's Campaign on Game Pass?
It's time to strap in, Spartan. You can jump into Zeta Halo with Xbox's Game Pass on both consoles and PC right now!
The Halo Infinite Campaign launched on December 8th and it's been available on Xbox Game Pass on both current-gen and next-gen consoles - and on PC Game Pass - since then. We reviewed Halo Infinite's Campaign earlier this month and had the following to say:
You're probably still struggling to put the multiplayer down since its release a few weeks ago, but it's worth stepping away to play Halo Infinite's campaign.
Even though the redundant open world aspect means it isn't quite the step forward for the series we expected, the story of three heroes on a mission is emotional and engaging and the gameplay is at its absolute all-time best.
You can check out our full thoughts on the Halo Infinite campaign here - if you're looking for something you can jump in and out of, you could do a lot worse than Halo Infinite.
What's still missing from Halo Infinite?
Unfortunately, some important features are missing on launch. Perhaps the most important is co-op. As the game is going for a semi open-world design philosophy, maybe it takes a little more to implement this than in previous games.
It's unsure if we will receive any post-launch single-player DLC but we are due to see forge mode makes its way to the multiplayer next year. If it has a good launch, we can expect the game to see further support over the next year. It seems like next week is a pretty important one for the game.