The recently released standalone multiplayer module in Halo Infinite causes – apart from delight – also a lot of controversy. Some players are demanding changes to the mechanics of close-range combat.
The melee / melee combat mechanics of Halo Infinite are currently under fire from fans. Players are demanding an upgrade to hit detection on impacts in close-range confrontations. Many people complain about the very imprecise logging of blows in this area.
See below for examples of bad melee / close combat operation. Players complain about the very imprecise and chaotic hit registration in the Halo Infinite multiplayer. Hopefully 343 Industries will soon release an update to fix this mechanism. Another aspect of Halo Infinite that irritates fans is the malfunctioning Aim Assist when using console controllers on a PC . Many people report that aim assist works in a chaotic, unpredictable manner, sometimes shutting down altogether. Recently, the famous livestreamer Dr. Disrespect has gone berserk with this aspect of the game, destroying his controller out of anger during a live broadcast.
By the way, I would like to remind you that the Halo Infinite Campaign will be released on December 8.