343 Industries Can Fix Halo Infinite Aim Error On PC

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Halo Infinite, the latest sequel to Bungie and Microsoft’s long-running FPS franchise, has frustrated PC gamers since its release in 2021 due to a quirky weapon and aiming issue, but now developer 343 Industries, which has also released Halo 5, The Master Chief Collection, and Halo 4 suggest there could be a patch after Halo Infinite’s winter update.

Halo Infinite, at least on PC, doesn’t have a red cross. Often in shooting games, when aiming at an enemy, the cross on the screen will turn red, which basically indicates that if you shoot now, you have a chance of hitting something. Halo Infinite for PC never included this feature, the idea being that it would help confuse cheaters using aimbots in the game’s online mode; if there is no indication of whether a hard target or a “lock” has been set, this makes it more difficult. for auto aim and shoot tricks to know when to shoot.

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However, it also penalizes honest players, who, especially when engaged in long-range firefights, may prefer the red reticle for better navigation and aiming. Now that Halo Infinite is almost a year old, the lack of a red grid is still a sticking point for fans, but developer 343 Industries might finally find a solution.

In a series of tweets about the game’s winter update scheduled for November 8, 343 Industries Community Manager Brian Jarrard mentions playing the post-update build and hints at changes made to the system Halo Infinite’s marksmanship. “The winter update will be a big step forward, but we’re still far from done.” – Jarard Speech. “Today I had the opportunity for the first time in a long time to participate in a personal playtest. I’ve played a few builds since the winter update and let me tell you, my wallet on PC…was red. We are well prepared.”

While this seems like a pretty strong hint that the reticle issue will eventually be fixed, we can’t take this as a confirmation and it’s unclear when 343 Industries might release a reticle fix. On the other hand, we can all hope that one of Halo Infinite’s most annoying little bugs will finally be ironed out.

If that’s enough to get you back on the battlefield, find out where to find all of Halo Infinite’s multiplayer skins. For achievement hunters, we also have a guide to collecting Halo Infinite, or you can try some of the other best multiplayer games on PC.

Source : PC Gamesn

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