Halo Infinite: How to fix stuttering issues
To get the most out of an online multiplayer game, you may need to tweak a few parameters to make things operate more smoothly. Things have gone smoothly in the early days of Halo Infinite’s beta, but the fact that the game has yet to be completely published provides potential for things to go wrong. Here are several suggestions for reducing stuttering on either a console or a computer.
If you’re experiencing stuttering or frame drops when playing Halo Infinite on your PC, we recommend leaving and reopening the game. Turning things off and on again may sound cliched, but it can actually fix a lot of problems. If the game won’t close, launch Task Manager by pressing control + alt + delete. Locate Halo Infinite and select Finish Task.
If it doesn’t work, we suggest going into Settings and decreasing the Visual choices you’re using. It’s possible that your PC is attempting to run the game but is unable to do so due to the settings you’ve selected. First, we recommend turning on Vsync and decreasing Resolution Scale to roughly 90. Your game may need to be restarted as a result of this. When you return, jump into a game to check if things have improved. If this isn’t the case, make sure your graphics driver is up to current.
Check your internet connection if you’re still having problems. Restart your router after doing an internet speed test. You can also see if your internet is working properly by playing another online game. If everything appears to be working OK on your end, check the Halo Support Twitter account to see if anyone else is experiencing any matchmaking or stability issues.
We recommend going into Settings and tabbing over to Video to discover the Graphics Quality option if you’re playing on an Xbox One or Series S. Select Performance from this menu. As a result, your console will prioritize offering a smoother framerate above producing the best-looking image. Because the system is powerful enough to display 4K images at 60 frames per second, you can’t adjust this from Quality if you’re playing on a Series X.
Aside from that, Halo Infinite should be working smoothly on your console. If the stuttering persists, check your internet connection to make sure it’s not the source of the problem, and try completely resetting your console by pressing the Xbox button on your controller and selecting Restart console. If it doesn’t work, try deleting and reinstalling the program.