It Seems Halo: Infinite Multiplayer Already has Hackers And It is Very Bad News

Published 11/21/2021, 12:05 PM EST


The highly awaited and fan-loved Halo Infinite released its multiplayer mode on the 15th of November. Players have had a great time playing the game, and they have a lot of good things to say about it. Even Dr Disrespect, the streamer who was quite vocally skeptical about the game’s release, has had positive things to say about the title.

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However, the title possesses its fair share of issues as well. One of the more pressing concerns is the lethargically slow battle pass level up. Moreover, input lag and issues such as broken aim assist have kept the game from achieving greatness. Adding on, it seems that the party-poopers of the gaming community, hackers, have invaded the game’s multiplayer.

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Halo Infinite and its hacker problem

Players have already started encountering hackers. These hackers appear to have a super-accurate aim, insane reaction times, impeccable judgment with pre-firing, and can also phase through walls.

 


Players took to reviewing the footage after a game involving hackers, and it is safe to assume that the hacker was using external tools to enhance their skills.

The title has launched as a free-to-play game. Considering that this is a case, it is no surprise that the game has been encroached on by hackers. Other free-to-play titles, such as Call of Duty Warzone and Apex Legends, also face this problem where the game is infested by hackers.

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Considering the fact that the game is officially set to launch in December, 343 Industries still has time to deal with the menacing hackers before the launch date.

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It is unclear as to how widespread and deep-rooted this cheating problem is. But players of the multiplayer hope that the hackers are removed from the game soon and for good.

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Tanmay Gupta

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Tanmay is an Esports writer at EssentiallySports. Pursuing his Bachelor’s in Journalism at Christ University Bangalore, he is passionate about video games and the stories they tell. He also has a keen interest in analyzing video games and writing about them.

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