Halo Infinite’s single-player campaign has a bug that is currently affecting players jumping back into their play sessions via Xbox Series X/S’ Quick Resume feature. 343 has acknowledged the matter, however, and says that a fix is currently in the works.
As shared in a tweet by 343’s community director Brian Jarrard, Halo Infinite currently features a bug that stops multiplayer cosmetics earned in the game’s campaign from showing up in your multiplayer inventory. Currently, 343 hasn’t specified a time frame for a fix on the issue, though the studio has stated it’s something that it is working on.
“When playing Halo Infinite’s campaign you will come across armor lockers that contain cosmetics for your MP Spartan,” writes Jarrard on Twitter. “If you are offline, or disconnected from services – which can occur after Quick Resume – the cosmetics won’t show up in your MP inventory.”
“The team is aware and we will eventually have a retroactive fix (you will get the cosmetics you’ve earned). For now, I recommend not continuing a Quick Resume session and making sure you’re online before venturing into Zeta Halo.”
The team is aware and we will eventually have a retroactive fix (you will get the cosmetics youve earned). For now, I recommend not continuing a Quick Resume session and making sure you’re online before venturing into Zeta Halo. Thank you! (2/2)
— Brian Jarrard (@ske7ch) December 8, 2021
The easiest way to ensure that you don’t start the game via Quick Resume is to fully quit Halo Infinite before re-launching the game from your console’s home screen whenever you plan to jump into a session. While this is far from a difficult workaround, it’s still a minor inconvenience that players will now need to keep in mind for the foreseeable future.
Halo Infinite’s long-awaited campaign launched yesterday (December 8). While the single-player mode has received high praise from critics across the internet, its launch hasn’t been without a number of smaller hitches. Users across social media reported that they had experienced issues with the Xbox App failing to recognize the campaign as being live as well as the game’s slow download speeds.
If you’re currently fighting your way through Halo Infinite’s campaign and would like some extra direction, then make sure to check out our wiki guide for the game, which includes help on topics such as Skull locations, walkthroughs, and more.
Jared Moore is a freelance writer for IGN. You can follow him on Twitter.
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