Cheaters Have Arrived In Halo Infinite, Xbox Users Call For Crossplay To Be Disabled

343 Industries’ Halo does not allow you to disable this option except in specific modes



In mid-November, the team at 343 Industries decided to pleasantly surprise its community with the release of Halo Infinite’s multiplayer mode, a beta that put the game at the top of Steam’s rankings. However, as is often the case with these kinds of online titles, games are already filling up with cheaters who bolster their skills with the use of hacks, and honest players are already calling for action against such practices.

As reported by Eurogamer, several users have shared scenes that show the use of hacks by other players, showing strategies that would be impossible for any human being. In this sense, the network publications show the use of some classic technologies in this area, such as the possibility of seeing other users behind walls or automatic aiming.

These kinds of negative experiences have led to new requests to 343 Industries: to improve its anti-hack system or to disable cross-play between Xbox and PC, as console users want to avoid encounters with cheaters. After all, Halo Infinite doesn’t have the option to disable cross-play beyond ranked matches in the Arena, where there is the option to play with either controller or keyboard and mouse users.

It remains to be seen what decision 343 Industries makes about this, as it wouldn’t be a surprise to see them push out more updates to their multiplayer mode after fixing things like how the Battle Pass works. Despite this, the time is getting closer for Halo fans to enjoy Master Chief’s new adventure, although the co-op mode will be released at a later date.

Source: vandal

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