Halo Infinite's multiplayer mode officially launched November 15, 2021 which came as a surprise to the fanbase interested in the game.
Previously the series has had the feature implemented later after launch or included at launch, so players are asking the pressing question: Does Halo Infinite have split screen multiplayer?
Does Halo Infinite Have Split Screen?
As of this moment, players are out of luck when it comes to split screen on Halo Infinite, unless you play on Xbox systems.
Currently, split screen functionality is only available for local multiplayer on Xbox and requires the user to have multiple Xbox accounts.
How to Play Local Split Screen on Halo Infinite
Here's how players can play local split screen in Halo Infinite in a simple step-by-step method:
1. Go to the multiplayer lobby screen
2. Press the menu button on your second controller
3. From there, select a user for the controller
4. You should now have two users logged in on the controllers and can continue in local multiplayer with two players
Players are speculating that PC will eventually get the split screen feature, but possibly within the realms of Steam remote play.
Some believe that it will be added with the alleged May 2022 co-op update.