The technical beta of Halo Infinite generally seems to have made a good impression on players, but at the same time doubts have arisen regarding the PC version, in some cases undermined by performance problems even with high-level configurations. In this regard, the developers of 343 Industries wanted to reassure fans, promising significant improvements for the PC version.
“We are constantly working on improving performance and compatibility on all hardware configurations and there have been excellent results on this front,” said 343 Industries in a statement sent to the IGN editorial team.
“We’ve fixed issues that gamers have experienced with a series video card GTX 900, reduced CPU load and improved GPU performance. “343 Industries also says progress has also been made in the stability of old-gen versions of Halo Infinite for Xbox One and X.
As you certainly know, the technical beta ended a few days ago, but before the launch, a new testing phase open to the public could arrive, which will allow, among other things, to verify the progress made by the developers to improve performance on the various platforms.
Halo Infinite will debut later this year on Xbox Series X | S, PC and Xbox One. A precise release date has not yet been announced, but fans are confident the game will be released in November, thanks to a donut commercial.