The guys from 343 Industries have made full use of the additional development year for Halo Infinite by launching a well-made campaign and a multiplayer component that, despite some problems with the monetization system, has put everyone in agreement regarding the gameplay.
Yet despite the 12 months of extra workmanship, the developers weren’t able to pack everything they had planned. Halo Infinite was in fact released without the cooperative mode for the campaign and the Forge, scheduled respectively during Season 2 and Season 3.
The temporary absence of the co-op did not go well with either US fast food chain Wendy’s, which last January 12 took advantage of the NationalRoastDay per “roasting” the developers of 343 Industries pretty well. The term roast indicates a custom typical of American costume during which a person is ridiculed, becoming the target of goliardic insults and embarrassing tales. In these situations, the roastee, that is, the person subjected to the rite, is invited to play the game and take the joke with philosophy. If you’re a fan of The Office, then you know exactly what we’re talking about.
Well, last Wednesday the social manager of Wendy’s took on the role of roastmaster, asking the Xbox kids, who have voluntarily chosen to become one of the targets, a simple but excruciating question: “You want to play Halo Infinite in co-op) “. In Redmond they could not help but take the scorn, since it is currently not possible to play the campaign in co-op. Fortunately, according to the official roadmap, this gap should be filled in a few months.