A new patch for Halo Infinite is now out, bringing with it some minor but significant improvements to the PC version of the sci-fi shooter. The update for March 14 improves stability in the PC version by fixing a “common issue.” The specifics of the crash scenario are not included in the patch notes.
Aside from fixing the crashing issue, the March 14 update adds the ability to initiate Local Area Network (LAN) services from within the game. This is a pretty minor patch, maybe 600 MB or less in size. Game must be closed and relaunched for this to work.
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In other news, 343 Industries recently stated that the long-awaited campaign co-op feature has been postponed even longer. Season 2: Lone Wolves will be published in May, with campaign co-op coming later in the season, but not at launch.
Meanwhile, on March 24, the TV series will be available on Parmaount+. It will reveal Master Chief’s visage, which we believe will resemble Pablo Schreiber’s. Season 2 has already been announced, indicating that Microsoft and Paramount are optimistic about the show’s chances.
Notes on the March 14th patch for Halo Infinite
- By fixing a common crash, PC stability was improved.
- Servers for the local area network (LAN) can now be started from the game’s menus.
- Update alone (all platforms): roughly 600 MB or less in size.