Yes, Halo Infinite supports up to four-player split-screen, but only in certain multiplayer modes, with the fan-favorite split-screen co-op campaign experience coming in a future update.
Joseph Staten, the Head of Creative for Halo Infinite had this to say about the co-op campaign in a recent developer blog:
We’re also committed to a great 2-player split-screen co-op experience on all Xbox consoles, from the original Xbox One through Xbox Series X—and the non-linear, wide-open sections of the Campaign present some big challenges for split-screen that have taken us more time to solve.
There are also some limitations depending on which platform you’re playing Halo Infinite.
Xbox One consoles only have two-player split-screen, while Xbox Series X|S consoles support up to a maximum of two players in Big Team Battle and four-player split-screen in the other multiplayer game modes.
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Split-Screen is currently unavailable on PC, and it remains unclear if that will ever change given that the legacy Master Chief Collection also doesn’t support the feature on PC.
How do you play Split-Screen?
Before you start, keep in mind that each player will be required to log into their own Xbox account, so either make sure you have that information ready or be prepared to make a new account in order to begin.
Once each player has their own accounts ready, select your multiplayer mode of choice, and then press any button on a controller you wish to connect.
This is where each player will be prompted to log into their own Xbox account.
Once you are done entering your Xbox account information you’ll be added to the local Fireteam and ready to search matchmaking or start your local custom game.
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