How to Fix Halo Infinite Credits Not Appearing Bug

Halo Infinite multiplayer is now available for free on Xbox One, Xbox 360, Xbox One S, and PC. In-game purchases in the form of Halo Credits, a brand-new premium currency, are available in this online multiplayer component. Some users who choose to purchase them are getting a nasty surprise, as the Halo Infinite Credits not appearing glitch appears to be defrauding people.

Is there, however, a quick, simple, and effective solution? Here’s the latest on premium currency not appearing in the new Halo game after purchase.

How to Fix Halo Infinite Credits Not Appearing Bug

How to Fix Halo Infinite Credits Not Appearing Bug?

  • On Xbox and PC, here’s how to fix the Halo Infinite Credits not appearing issue:
    • Make sure that the transaction was successful
    • An order confirmation message should be sent to the appropriate email address.
  • A matching statement should be found in the account that was used to make the payment.
  • Restart Halo Infinite game application and check.
  • Open the app and check your Halo Credits balance in-game.

Fortunately, the disappearing Credits issue in Halo Infinite is purely cosmetic. Premium currency purchases appear to be properly tracked and applied to accounts. However, the in-game balance display does not always update to reflect this, necessitating a restart.

It’s a quick and easy fix for Halo Infinite players on Xbox and PC who are missing credits (Steam and Game Pass).

Simply restart the app, and the Halo Credits will appear, ready to be spent as the user wishes. Of course, the price will vary depending on which bundle the players choose.

Halo Infinite Credit Bundle List

  • 500 Halo Credits – $4.99 ($4.49 w/Game Pass)
  • 1,000 Halo Credits – $9.99 ($8.99 w/Game Pass)
  • 2,000 Halo Credits + 200 bonus – $19.99 ($17.99 w/Game Pass)
  • 5,000 Halo Credits + 600 bonus – $49.99 ($44.99 w/Game Pass)
  • 10,000 Halo Credits + 1,500 bonus – $99.99 ($89.99 w/Game Pass)

Check out Halo Infinite Ranking System Explained: Onyx, Diamond, Platinum, Gold, Silver, and Bronze for more information on Halo Infinite. In 343 Industries’ latest title, it’s also worth learning about how to level up quickly.

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