Halo Infinite will soon be getting an update that includes a fix for its Big Team Battle (BTB) multiplayer matchmaking issues. However, Industries has not announced when the patch will roll out. The developers are also working to reduce instances of cheating in Halo Infinite’s multiplayer mode, with a patch said to be coming sometime in February. Halo Infinite’s multiplayer mode is free and cross-platform. Back in December 2020, Halo Infinite won the Voice of the Player category at The Game Awards 2021.

Via a blog post, Halo Infinite Industries announced that a fix for the matchmaking issue in 12-player BTB multiplayer mode will be released soon. However, the developers haven’t announced when the patch will roll out for players on PC and Xbox, but say it’s almost ready. In BTB mode, the chances of a larger fire team successfully a match with an increasing number of players are low.

Industries also mentions that the fix for Halo Infinite’s BTB mode is now in internal testing, and has reported no issues internally with this release. Regarding the launch, the said “It won’t be this week, but we hope it’s not too away, and we’ll share an update as soon as we see the launch date in sight (once we clear ‘Certification’ then we’ll be able to ship). “

Additionally, the developers have acknowledged other issues with Halo Infinite. It mentioned that it was working to instances of cheating in multiplayer. It aims to release a patch in mid-February to address issues related to cheating or instability.

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Halo Infinite’s free-to-play multiplayer mode launched as a public beta test in November. According to reports, players initially encountered a number of bugs that were subsequently resolved. Last month, Halo Infinite won the Players Voice category at The Game Awards 2021. It was followed by Forza Horizo​​​​n 5, It Takes Two, Metroid Dread and Resident Evil Village.


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