343 Industries has responded to the cheating issue in Halo Infinite as concerns about the game’s health have increased since launch. The multiplayer game Halo Infinite, and since its launch, dishonest players have become a problem.
For example, Twitch streamer “DougisRaw” tweeted a video of him watching a video of an encounter with a Halo Infinite cheater using something like an aimbot and wallhack.
But there are many other reports of cheating in Halo Infinite as well. Here are some of the posts:
Now Halo Community Manager John Junishek has addressed cheating issues in Infinite, promising improvements to the game. “Unfortunately, cheating is a natural part of supporting F2P gaming on PC, and we expected it,” Junishek tweeted.
This will never completely disappear, but we are ready and determined to release consistent improvements to our game systems and take action against dishonest players.
Junishek later clarified that the phrase “improving gaming systems” includes not only anti-cheat, but also “the rest of the game.”
It is phrased this way because we are not using a “single function” approach, but a game-wide anti-cheating approach.
One problem with Halo Infinite and cheating is that there is currently no “Report Player” feature in the game. Junishek acknowledged this, but at the same time suggested that this feature will appear in the game at some point. Currently, to report cheaters, you must go to the Halo support site and submit a ticket (including video evidence where possible).
We know that it is desirable to have the “Report a player” function in the game, but for now we ask you to use this method. [через поддержку] submission of messages.