Halo Infinite to Soon Get Hotfix for Big Team Battle Multiplayer Mode

Halo Infinite will soon get an update that includes a hotfix for the matchmaking issue in Big Team Battle (BTB) multiplayer mode. However, developer 343 Industries has yet to announce when the hotfix will be rolled out. The developers are also working on mitigating instances of cheats in the multiplayer mode for Halo Infinite and a patch is said to be released sometime in February. The multiplayer mode in Halo Infinite is free to play and supports cross-platform. Back in December 2020, Halo Infinite won the Gamer Voice category at the 2021 Game Awards.

through a Articles Then, developer Halo Infinite 343 Industries announced that it will soon release a new fix for matchmaking issue for the 12-player BTB multiplayer mode. However, the developer hasn’t announced when the hotfix will be rolled out to gamers on PC and Xbox, but says it’s almost ready to go. In BTB mode, larger fiery teams and an increasing number of players have a low chance of successfully joining a match together.

343 Industries also reported that the BTB Mode hotfix for Halo Infinite is now undergoing internal testing and has not reported any issues internally with this release. Regarding the rollout, the developer said “It won’t be this week, but we hope it’s not too far away and we’ll share an update as soon as we have a line of sight on the release date (once the ‘certificate’ is cleared we are then ready to ship).”

Furthermore, the developer has also acknowledged that there are other issues with Halo Infinite. It is reported to reduce cheats in multiplayer mode. It is targeting mid-February to release a patch that addresses issues with fraud or confusion.

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Halo Infinite’s free multiplayer mode launched in November as an open beta test. According to reports, players initially encountered some bugs that were later resolved. Last month, Halo Infinite won the Player’s Voice category at the 2021 Game Awards. It was followed by Forza Horizon 5, It Takes Two, Metroid Dread and Resident Evil Village.

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