343 Industries will be a tough challenge for many game developers. There are rogue players using illegal support on Halo Infinite servers.
On the occasion of the 20th anniversary of Xbox and Halo, the free multiplayer mode of Master Chief’s latest adventure has been unexpectedly released. The production quickly became a hit on Steam, and thanks to user feedback, the American studio took off A solution to any inconvenience.
For several days, cheaters have also made themselves at home on Halo Infinite servers. In the course of online struggles, you can come across more and more computer players who use aimbots. The problem is that console players can’t just battle other Xbox users, because the producers have introduced cross-play. In the topics directed to developers, there are more and more requests to get rid of this option – at the moment, players are left to search only for other people using pads.
So far, the 343 Industries team has not responded to complaints, but we can expect that soon the developers will introduce a number of solutions that will facilitate the game for ordinary users. Let us remind you that not only do Halo authors have a huge problem with cheaters – Acitivision is fighting a decisive battle against cheaters and banning thousands of profiles. Currently, more and more are being talked about A permanent ban on all products from the Call of Duty series.
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