Halo Infinite doesn’t let AI Marines fight with your co-op partner “by design”

Halo Infinite player with username oGxSKiLZz117 recently noticed a strange occurrence involving AI Marines and Warthogs when playing in a co-op campaign mode. While players can use Warthogs, with plenty of space inside the vehicles for AI companions, the Marines don’t fill both vehicles. Instead, they are only loaded into the game host’s vehicle. This means that the other player is completely on their own during what could be a wonderful and dramatic moment for the players.

Naturally, Mr. oGxSKiLZz117 decided to contact the game developer to alert them of the apparent omission. However, the response the player received was a bit surprising. According to them, an official response from the people at 343 Industries stated that they are very aware that the Marines do not accompany the “guest” player. In fact, it’s an intentional part of the game’s design.

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In a screenshot of the response shared by PC games, a representative of the studio that runs “Halo Agent Terathree” explains that the strange behavior shown by the Marines is actually “by design.” They don’t provide any further explanation as to why this is so, just how the game should be.

The response reads “Thank you for sending us a ticket regarding this issue”. “As I mentioned, the behavior I’ve observed regarding Marines entering a fire team leader or host vehicle is by design.”

While this may be an intentional design by the developer, it’s definitely an odd design, especially considering that the co-op campaign is designed to include both players. Deliberately excluding someone does not make sense. Additionally, it takes away from story immersion if you notice the AI ​​or other parts of the game acting “outside” or ignoring another player.

In other Halo related news, fans are getting to the currently unreleased Forge mode in Halo Infinite and are already sharing some cool creations. For example, a moderator recently shared their recreation of Red Light, the green light from the Netflix series Squid Game.

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