Halo InfiniteThe campaign will receive a number of bug fixes and improvements as part of a mid-season update slated to be released on February 24.
While the update mainly focuses on the multiplayer part of the game, developer 343 Industries said in a blog post that players will “see a lot of improvement in the campaign experience”.
While it’s rather vague, 343 says the update will address issues with Achievements not unlocking and returning to the game via Quick Resume, adding that “the team has been working on a number of versions of the game. fixes to the campaign since launch and there will be more ways.”
343 also shared some changes to the multiplayer mode, starting with General network improvements were announced earlier this month by chief engineer Richard Watson.
It also ensures that anti-cheat improvements are made and even more is being worked on.
Some glitches in first-person animation that cause frame rate stutter will also be fixed in the update, along with other performance and stability issues that have been reported for the 343.
Finally, Big Team Battle’s Motion Tracker range will increase by 33%, from 18m to 24m based on suggestions through community feedback.
The full list of patch notes will be released with the above update Halo support page.
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