Publisher Microsoft and developer 343 Industries have announced Halo Infinite is getting multiple campaign improvements in its new mid-season update.
The news that Halo Infinite is getting multiple campaign improvements was announced over on the game’s official forums, where the team confirmed multiple improvements are planned.
“Whether it’s addressing issues with Achievements unlocking or returning to the game via Quick Resume, the team has been working on a handful of fixes for campaign since launch and there will be more on the way,” 343 said in the update post.
Here’s a rundown on the planned updates:
This update should address an issue that was preventing first-person animations from interpolating correctly. If you’ve ever spotted some framerate issues while clambering or reloading (or any other first- person action), you should see those run more smoothly next week.
We’ll see multiple improvements in the Campaign experience. Whether it’s addressing issues with Achievements unlocking or returning to the game via Quick Resume, the team has been working on a handful of fixes for campaign since launch and there will be more on the way. Be sure to read the Patch Notes on the Halo Support site 3.2k next week for more details.
Stability & Performance
We’ve been keeping a close eye on reports around stability and performance on PC and console. This update will have a few improvements, but we’re continuing to address opportunities found internally and through tickets submitted via the Halo Support site 180.
If you’re experiencing consistent issues with performance or stability, please be sure to submit them on the Halo Support site. Each ticket provides us with new information and helps the team find additional opportunities for improvement.
BTB Motion Tracker
Next week, the range of the Motion Tracker in Big Team Battle will be increasing from 18m to 24m. This has been a consistent piece of community feedback in BTB, especially since the update earlier this month, and we’re happy to make it a reality with this update.
We mentioned this earlier in the year, but we wanted to touch on it again – there will be multiple improvements to our anti-cheat systems in this update.
We’ll have even more to share about anti-cheat in the near future.
The above update is going through its certification process and “tracking towards” a release on Thursday, February 24th, but this isn’t set in stone.
Halo Infinite is available on Windows PC (via the Microsoft Store, Steam), Xbox One, and Xbox Series X|S. The game is also available on Xbox Game Pass. In case you missed it, you can find our thorough review on the game here.