How to stop Halo Infinite from crashing on PC
If you want a good remedy because Halo Infinite is crashing on PC, we discovered one: disable the high-resolution texture pack, which appears to be causing the game a lot of problems. We were receiving crashes on the PC at least once every couple of hours, but after turning it off, we haven’t experienced any. Not only that, but the quality difference since turning it off has been negligible, thus there has been very little loss as a result of doing so.
How to Disable and Uninstall High-Resolution Textures in Halo Infinite
The process for uninstalling the texture pack differs depending on whether you play the game through the Xbox App or Steam. Check it below.
- In your games library, right-click Halo Infinite and select Properties.
- Select “Properties” and navigate to the DLC area.
- Uncheck the box next to “Multiplayer High-Res Textures.”
- Navigate to the Halo Infinite page in the App Store.
- Choose “Manage Game” from the drop-down menu after clicking the “…” button beneath.
- Uncheck the “High-Res Textures” checkbox.
As the game uninstalls this area, there may be some downloading or file adjustment as a result of either of these processes, but it should play just fine after that. However, if you’re still having problems, here are some alternative remedies to try:
- Check that you have all of the most recent Drivers and updates.
- Check the game files’ integrity.
- Disable any overlays.
- In the Settings menu, disable Borderless Window (some have reported this giving them difficulty when playing)
If nothing else works, we’ll just have to pray for patches in the future. As far as we know at the time of writing, 343 Industries has not addressed this issue, but they have been quite good at listening to player issues and upgrading the game accordingly, so we may be able to expect a patch in the near future.
Check the video below for further explanation.