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Halo Infinite Update Patch Notes available on May 11, 2023

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This update brings new content, numerous bug fixes, and several new features to Halo Infinite. For a full list of this update’s bug fixes, see the Resolved Issues section below. New features and content included in this update are:


Super Fiesta, which first appeared in the BTB Unlimited playlist in March 2023, is now available as an Arena game mode in both Custom Games and the Fiesta matchmaking playlist (the latter of which has now been renamed to Super Fiesta). This version follows the same rules as regular Fiesta, but with some new gameplay elements.


New Customs Browser Location

The Customs Browser can now be accessed through the Play tab located in the main menu. After selecting Custom Game from the Play tab, the Customs Browser menu prompt will appear above the Create Match button.

The Customs Browser is still accessible via the Community tab.

In addition to creating a Custom Game match, the Custom Game menu on the Play tab now contains an option to view the Customs Browser menu. 

Purchase Past Shop Bundles using the Customization Menus

Players can now purchase a selection of customization bundles from previous Halo Infinite Seasons directly from the Armor Hall, Weapons Bench, Vehicle Bay, or Spartan ID menus located under the Customize tab. After pressing the Inspect button on an item that was originally part of a bundle, players will be given an option to purchase the bundle the item belongs to. Once selected, players will then be redirected to the bundle featured in the Store.

Navigate to a previously sold item in the Armor Hall, Weapons Bench, Vehicle Bay, or Spartan ID then use the Store button to view its bundle.

When viewing a bundle, use the small tiles to view or Try On any included item.

Increased Matchmaking Playlist Visibility

The number of playlists displayed under the Multiplayer menu has increased from 5 to 10. This will ensure that more playlists are immediately visible without needing to scroll down.

The Multiplayer menu now lists 10 matchmaking playlists at once. 


Owners and co-owners of Forge content can now upload preview images on PC as part of their Forge Asset Details. Preview images are sourced from the Xbox Game Bar folder. Use the accordion below to learn how to take a screenshot via Xbox Game Bar.

How to take screenshots via Xbox Game Bar

Once a screenshot has been captured via Xbox Game Bar, follow the steps below to upload a preview image for a Forge Asset on PC:

  1. Launch Halo Infinite.
  2. Navigate to the Community tab.
  3. Select My Files.
  4. Select View Details.
  5. Navigate to Edit Screenshots.
  6. Select your desired Screenshot, then select Confirm.

All images uploaded must abide by the Xbox Community Standards and the Halo Spartan Code. Images that violate any of these policies will result in the removal of your Forge map or mode file and may lead to additional enforcement actions against your account.


Players on an Xbox console can now enable an FPS Counter from the Settings menu. When this feature is enabled, a small box will appear at the top right corner of the screen, displaying the current number of frames per second.

This feature may be helpful for Forge creators on Xbox consoles as it illustrates a map’s performance in normal gameplay.

To enable the FPS Counter on Xbox consoles, follow the steps below:

  1. Launch Halo Infinite.
  2. Navigate to Settings. The default binding for which is the Menu button on controller.
  3. Navigate to the Gameplay tab.
  4. Scroll down to the FPS Counter header and set the option to the preferred setting.



In Ranked matches, the number of Equipment charges for the Shroud Screen has decreased from 2 to 1.

Developer Notes


The rate of fire and damage for the Disruptor have both increased slightly, while the distance between two players required for shock chain damage to occur has been reduced. In addition, the Disruptor will no longer inflict damage over time.

Developer Notes


The number of projectiles that explode out of Spike Grenades has doubled, while the distance and damage inflicted has been reduced.


The time it takes for Dynamo Grenades to detonate, as well as the area of effect, shock chain distance, and time between shock damage pulses has been reduced. In addition, the number of shock damage pulses and the damage inflicted by them has increased. Player movement will no longer be stunted due to shock damage.


During Ranked matches, the initial time it takes for the Hill to appear has been reduced from 15 seconds to 5 seconds, and after entering the Hill, there is no longer a delay that occurs before the player starts capturing it.

The following map-based adjustments are also being made to Ranked KOTH:

  • On the map Recharge, the second Hill location has been moved from the Long Hall area of the map to the Platform area of the map (also known as “C Plat”).
  • The Hill location order on the map Streets has been adjusted:
    • Previous rotation order:
      1. Old Town (also known as “Pillars”)
      2. Subway (also known as “Tram”)
      3. Station Square (also known as “Courtyard”)
      4. Commercial District (also known as “Shotgun”)
      5. Main Street (also known as “Bottom Mid”)
    • New rotation order:
      1. Old Town (also known as “Pillars”)
      2. Subway (also known as “Tram”)
      3. Main Street (also known as “Bottom Mid”)
      4. Station Square (also known as “Courtyard”)
      5. Commercial District (also known as “Shotgun”)


Many improvements come from Halo Insider and Halo Support tickets submitted by our community. Thank you for participating and please keep submitting tickets!

Halo Support tickets help the team here at 343 Industries understand what issues you would like to see addressed in future Halo Infinite updates. The development team is actively working on a variety of game updates and improvements based on both player feedback and bug report tickets.


  • There is now a reduced chance of the Season 3 cinematics replaying on every launch of Halo Infinite.
  • Halo Infinite will no longer crash on launch when attempting to play on a PC that is below the minimum specifications. This was an unintended bug that caused the game to crash before showing the below minimum specification warning message.
  • When using the Bumper Jumper control scheme, players are now able to fire their vehicle’s weapons while holding down the Switch Seat button. This applies to the following vehicles:
    • Wasp
    • Banshee
    • Ghost
    • Brute Chopper
    • Shade Turret
  • The glowing light that appears on the ground below both the Ghost and Wraith vehicles now appears correctly.
  • The headlight brightness for all UNSC vehicles has been reduced.
  • If the Control Panel menu is opened while viewing an Armor Core unlock notification, the Armor Core unlock notification will no longer block the player’s view of other menus.


  • Stability improvements have been made to multiplayer servers to reduce instances of multiplayer matches abruptly ending early or disconnecting all players.
  • Power Weapons and Equipment will now respawn immediately after the on-screen timer above the Weapon or Equipment Pad has reached 0.


  • While in Observer mode, the team positions on the scoreboard will now remain the same when swapping between players on opposing teams.
  • On-screen damage indicators will no longer appear when swapping between players in Observer mode.
  • When playing as an Observer on PC, players are now able to display the Stat Board after pressing the default input.
  • While in Observer mode, in-game actions that are mapped to certain buttons will no longer occur while typing a message in text-chat.


Edit Mode and Creation Tools

  • Script brains now have a limit of 128 nodes.
    • Players will be notified when they hit the node limit via an on-screen prompt. Any script brains that currently exceed the 128-node limit can still be accessed, but new nodes can’t be added until the node count is below 128.
  • When moving an object with the Movement Snap setting set to 0.001, the object will no longer behave as though the setting was set to <none>.
    • This change will allow for precise and slow object movement when using the 0.001 Movement Snap option, which is especially useful for fixing Z-fighting issues and fine detail work.
  • If a crash occurs during a Forge session, autosaves are now more likely to trigger before the crash, preventing any loss of progress.
  • The movement of the camera in Forge now behaves in parity with the Camera Speed setting.

File and Map Publishing

  • Players can now select and enter older versions of Forge maps in both Forge and Custom Games.
  • When a player deletes a Forge Asset, any player who Bookmarked that file will now be able to access their My Bookmarks menu without issue.

Source:Halo Infinite

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