Since the closed betas, users of both mouse and keyboard on PC and controller on Xbox consoles have been reporting the Halo Infinite “aiming feels weird” complaint. The aiming lag issue in Halo Infinite is extremely annoying, especially since players claim it doesn’t exist in the Halo Master Chief Collection, but what is causing it? Is there a way to make Halo Infinite’s aiming feel more accurate?
How to Fix Aiming Lag in Halo Infinite: Aiming Feels Weird?
In order to fix Halo Infinite aiming lag issues on PC players should do the following:
Open the Nvidia Control Panel and go to Manage 3D Settings, then go to Program Settings and change Low Latency Mode to Ultra. Also, with Halo Infinite support, update Nvidia’s graphics drivers.
AMD Radeon users should this specific Halo Infinite Highlight driver for convenience in the multiplayer mode.
Set the minimum FPS to 120 and the maximum to 300. Either way, you can disable the minimum and maximum together.
Microsoft’s decision to force borderless fullscreen rather than exclusive fullscreen appears to be the cause of the problem with aiming in Halo Infinite on PC.
The issue is that when aiming, a small amount of aim assist or lag appears, which may be only a few pixels, but it makes it difficult for players to make small adjustments. Hopefully, Microsoft will release a patch to address the issue before Halo Infinite launches next month.
Well, that’s all we have here about how you can fix the issue of aiming lag or if you feel aiming is weird. We hope this guide helped you.
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