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Halo Infinite Mid-Season Update Patch Notes Today (February 24)

The mid-season update lands today!

February 24, 2022

A brand new update for Halo Infinite will be deployed later today (February 24), bringing plenty of fixes and improvements as part of the mid-season patch.

Unfortunately, it looks like there won’t be any new content such as maps, modes, or weapons included in today’s update as the developers are solely focused on bug fixes and overall improvements.

Although this is sure to disappoint much of the dwindling Halo Infinite fan base, 343 Industries have said that new content is on the way with Season 2. So, in the meantime, here’s what you can expect from the February 24 Halo Infinite patch.

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What’s Included In The Halo Infinite Mid-Season Patch?

According to a recent blog post by the Halo Infinite devs, today’s update is set to focus on the following elements:

  • Networking
    • Today’s patch will add new telemtry that specifically focuses on gathering more data around instances of being shot around walls or corners, as well as other changes to improve the online experience.
  • First-Person Animations
    • Previously, an issue with first-person animations was preventing them from interpolating correctly. This should be corrected in today’s update.
  • Campaign Improvements
    • Multiple fixes to the Halo Infinite campaign will be made, including issues with Achievements unlocking, returning to the game via quick resume, and more.
  • Overall Stability and Performance Improvements
  • BTB Motion Tracker
    • Today’s mid-season update will increase the motion tracker in Big Team Battle from 18m to 24m.
  • Anti-Cheat Improvements
    • Multiple improvements to the Halo Infinite anti-cheat system will be made.

For more details on today’s update, check out the full patch notes further down this article.

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Halo Infinite Mid-Season Update Patch Notes (February 24)

Below you will find the official patch notes for the February 24 Halo Infinite update:


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


  • First-person animations, including reloading and clambering, now appear smoother at all framerates.
  • The following sound effects are louder in the audio mix for both multiplayer and campaign:
    • Enemies throwing grenades
    • The Needler’s supercombine
    • Player Ravager completing its charge
  • Multiple improvements to Quick Resume on Xbox Series X|S consoles including increased reliability of reconnecting to Halo Infinite’s multiplayer and customization services. Players who have purchased Halo Infinite’s campaign digitally should also see less prompts to purchase Campaign after using Quick Resume.
  • Players who did not receive an Achievement after completing its requirements should see it unlock after updating and launching Halo Infinite.
  • Improvements to Dolby Vision High Dynamic Range (HDR) output on Xbox Series X|S consoles.
  • Color accuracy improvements when playing on a PC with an AMD GPU and FreeSync capable monitor(s). If you want to play with HDR enabled, ensure it is enabled HDR in Windows and the AMD Radeon Software/Settings.
  • Stability improvements for Xbox One consoles.
  • Launching Halo Infinite with an out-of-date PC graphics driver will now direct players to download Halo Support’s recommended drivers.
  • PCs with Intel Integrated Graphics hardware may experience less graphical corruptions.


  • Improved cheat detection and other anti-cheat improvements.
  • Sound effects for receiving damage as well as enemy footsteps and gunfire are now louder in multiplayer’s audio mix.
  • The Combat Sensor’s range has increased from 18 meters to 24 meters in Big Team Battle (BTB).
  • Added new telemetry to help our developers gather more information on shot registration issues. Read the development team’s in-depth analysis of these issues and their plans for future mitigations: Halo Infinite’s Online Experience.
  • After receiving a matchmaking ban, players can select the Play button in any matchmaking playlist to see when their ban will end. This expiration time will be in the MM/DD/YY format and PT time.
    • For more information on Halo Infinite bans and how to submit a ban appeal, see How to Appeal a Ban.
  • The Optimal Polish Initiated armor coating is now available for all players who have submitted a valid code on Halo Waypoint. More information about this promotional offer can be found at OPI’s blog. If you encounter any issues with this promotion, contact [email protected].
  • Players standing on destroyed vehicles will no longer experience stuttering or desyncs.
  • Matchmaking playlists now reflect accurate Estimated Wait times.
  • The Post-Game Carnage Report (PGCR) will now reflect the correct winning team after online matches.


  • Improvements to Campaign’s save system to prevent data loss.
  • Interactive items, such as uncollected audio logs and ammo crates, now have their intended sound and visual effects after completing the Campaign’s final mission.
  • The description of Forerunner Artifacts now appears correctly when playing in a language other than English.
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