How to fix Halo Infinite crashing on startup
When loading up Halo Infinite, you may run into a few issues. However, you might be having trouble starting Halo Infinite because you didn’t launch it in the first place. Here’s how to stop Halo Infinite from crashing when it first starts up.
There are a few options for dealing with the situation. The first thing you’ll want to do is make sure your drivers are up to current. You may accomplish this by manually updating your NVIDIA or AMD graphics cards, or by visiting their respective websites, which are linked here and here, respectively.
If everything looks good on that front, the next step is to double-check the files on your end. If you’re using Steam to play Halo Infinite, right-click the game in your library to open the Properties menu, then select Local files and Verify the integrity of the game files. Steam will inspect all of the files you’ve downloaded to ensure they’re in excellent working order, after which you may attempt reinstalling the application. Unfortunately, uninstalling and reinstalling the Xbox Application on your PC is the only option. This is also true for any Xbox console users who are experiencing this problem. If checking the files does not work, you may need to remove the Steam version.
Those techniques have shown to be the most effective in getting Halo Infinite up and running on a variety of systems. If you’re still having problems, we recommend contacting the Halo Infinite support team via their website and submitting a ticket about the issue.