Halo Infinite multiplayer beta has just been released and fans are excited. Now, sure the campaign mode is yet to be released, but who doesn’t like anything when it comes to Halo? And since the multiplayer game is free to play, even first-time Halo players would want to see how the game suits them.
While all of this is quite good, it is important to know what settings would be the best for the game while using a controller. So, read on to know what are the best controller settings to be used to play Halo Infinite.
Since Halo Infinite is a competitive game, it’s best to have the most perfect controller settings. Why? Well, you wouldn’t want to have a too high or too low sensitivity plus it could also be that the default settings for the controller in the game might not just match up if you are coming from games where you had the best settings customized by you. Here is everything you need to know to have the best controller settings for Halo Infinite Multiplayer.
Best Halo Infinite Controller Settings
Before you fine-tweak your controller settings, follow these steps to open up the Controller Settings page for Halo Infinite.
- Press the Menu button on your Xbox Controller and select the Settings option from the list.
- Select the Settings menu. You will be taken over to the Controller tab.
- Here is where you can change all the controller settings, remap the controls and even change other aspects like sensitivity and dead zones.
- You can also drag the sliders to adjust how you like to control your character and its elements.
Fine Tune Controller Settings
Here are a few settings that have been shared by a user on Reddit that you could try and see if they work the best for you.
- Look Acceleration: 5
- Horizontal Look Sensitivity: 1.5
- Vertical Look Sensitivity: 3
- Center Deadzone (Move): 0
- Maximum Input Threshold (Move): 0
- Axial Deadzone (Move): 0
- Maximum Input Threshold (Look): 0
- Center Deadzone (Look): 0
- Axial Deadzone (Look): 0
The user has also suggested trying another bunch of settings if the above settings made it feel slow.
- Look Acceleration: 3
- Horizontal Look Sensitivity: 2.5
- Vertical Look Sensitivity: 5
In simple terms, the values of these settings increase if you want to play on low sensitivity and will be the opposite if you play on high sensitivity. So, depending on how you like the controller to work, you can adjust these values. Plus, these settings will also be similar in the campaign mode slated to be released later this year.
While these controller settings might not suit everyone, it shouldn’t hurt to try and make a few changes and see how your settings work. In the end, even what hardware you have plays an important factor in how fast or slow you want your controls to be.
Now even with these settings in place, one shouldn’t expect it to work the best right away. Well, the multiplayer game is currently in its beta stage and will take a while till it gets released as a proper game later this year. While the multiplayer game mode is all great, true Halo fans are waiting for the campaign mode. The main game is set to be released on the 8th of December. However, you can always pre-purchase the game for Xbox as well as PC be it the Microsoft Store or Steam for $59.99.