Halo Infinite PC Overview Trailer Outlines Settings, Ultrawide Monitor Support, and More

Learn about the process behind implementing Ultrawide monitor support, the different graphical settings on PC and much more.

Posted By | On 21st, Oct. 2021

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343 Industries has released an extensive overview trailer for Halo Infinite’s PC version, noting the amount of work that’s gone into optimizing for the same. We get a quick look at the different settings, from sliders for resolution and screen shake to customizing the minimum and maximum FPS, among other things. Check it out below.

It’s interesting to hear the creative process behind implementing Ultrawide monitor support. The development team insists that Halo Infinite offers the best support for the same and it definitely looks stunning based on the trailer. Low latency, anti-cheat, triple bindings for different inputs on keyboard, and much more are also discussed.

Halo Infinite is out on December 8th for Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, and PC. It will also launch day one on Xbox Game Pass for consoles and PC. Check out the PC requirements here to see if it will run on your system. An Xbox 20th anniversary broadcast is coming on November 15th and rumors indicate that new campaign footage for Halo Infinite will be showcased. Stay tuned for more details in the coming weeks.


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