Most games force you to play things in a certain order—and that gating can be a drag in certain situations. Black Ops 3, however, is trying something very different.
Halo: Reach will support co-operative campaign matchmaking, you just haven't seen the feature yet because Bungie doesn't want people getting the story spoiled on the first mission they play.
Buried in Bungie's weekly update is a terse confirmation of an unprecedented feature for the series: Campaign matchmaking. Players now will be able to find friends or link up with strangers and fight cooperatively through the game's campaign mode.
Earlier this week GameCrazy held their annual retailer convention in Las Vegas, getting a chance to check out a slew of upcoming titles... and shoot video of at least one.