The best graphics settings for Halo Infinite multiplayer on PC

Mahirul Alam Chowdhury
By Mahirul Alam Chowdhury
7 Min Read

Struggling to keep a stable FPS in Halo Infinite multiplayer? Check out our suggested best graphics settings for Halo Infinite Multiplayer on PC.

Halo Infinite multiplayer may be one of the best gaming experiences of this year and for many years to come as well. Halo Infinite is one of the few Halo games that was released on day one on PC. Hence, many new and old fans are eager to try this out on their PCs.

A lot of gamers may find it difficult or confusing to run the game at a stable performance balanced with good enough graphical settings. Enough to perform well at a multiplayer match. That is why we bring you the best graphical settings for Halo Infinite multiplayer on PC.

Before tweaking your graphic settings always remember to update to the latest graphics drivers from Nvidia or AMD. This is to ensure the most stable performance is given.

Halo Infinite System Requirements

Before you head on to your graphics settings for Halo Infinite on your shiny PC. Always make sure to check out the system requirements so that you know what your PC can handle.

Minimum System Requirements

  • CPU: AMD FX-8370 or Intel i5-4440
  • RAM: 8 GB
  • OS: Windows 10 RS3 x64
  • VIDEO CARD: AMD Radeon RX 570 or Nvidia GeForce GTX 1050 Ti
  • PIXEL SHADER: 5.1
  • VERTEX SHADER: 5.1
  • FREE DISK SPACE: 50 GB
  • DEDICATED VIDEO RAM: 4096 MB

Recommended System Requirements

  • CPU: AMD Ryzen 7 3700X or Intel i7-9700k
  • RAM: 16 MB
  • OS: Windows 10 19H2 x64
  • VIDEO CARD: Radeon RX 5700 XT or Nvidia RTX 2070
  • PIXEL SHADER: 5.1
  • VERTEX SHADER: 5.1
  • FREE DISK SPACE: 50 GB
  • DEDICATED VIDEO RAM: 8192 MB

If either of these checks out, you are it is good to enjoy the chaotic online matchmaking of Halo Infinite. Remember that for minimum system requirements stands for 60Fps minimum and recommended means you will hit 80+.

Best Graphical settings for Halo Infinite multiplayer on PC

Best graphics settings for low-end PCs

  • Borderless Fullscreen – On
  • Resolution – 1920×1080
  • Resolution Scale – 100%
  • UI Resolution Scale – 100%
  • Minimum Framerate – 60
  • Maximum Frame Rate – The maximum refresh rate of the monitor in use
  • V-Sync – Off
  • Limit Framerate on Loss of Focus – Off
  • Anti-Aliasing – Off
  • Texture Filtering – Off
  • Ambient Occlusion – Low
  • Texture Quality – medium
  • Geometry Quality – low
  • Reflections – Off
  • Depth of Field – low
  • Shadow Quality – Off
  • Dynamic Lighting – low
  • Sky Quality – low
  • Dynamic Wind – low
  • Volumetric Fog Quality: 
  • Decorator Quality – low
  • Effects Quality – low
  • Decals Quality – low
  • Animation Quality – high
  • Terrain Quality – medium
  • Simulation Quality – medium
  • Flocks Quality – medium
  • Async Compute – Off
  • Shader Quality – Low
  • Motion Blur – Off
  • Screen Shake – Off
  • Full-Screen Effects – Off
  • Speed Lines – Off

If your PC is on the lower end side these settings would be fine enough for a good FPS to visual quality balance. Halo Infinite is not too flashy or photorealistic with its graphics so it looks great at almost all settings. Enough for some killing frenzy.

Best graphics settings for medium-ranged PCs

  • Borderless Fullscreen – On
  • Resolution – 1920×1080
  • Resolution Scale – 100%
  • UI Resolution Scale – 100%
  • Minimum Framerate – 60
  • Maximum Frame Rate – The maximum refresh rate of the monitor in use
  • V-Sync – Off
  • Limit Framerate on Loss of Focus – Off
  • Anti-Aliasing – On
  • Texture Filtering – Off
  • Ambient Occlusion – Medium
  • Texture Quality – Medium
  • Geometry Quality – Medium
  • Reflections – On
  • Depth of Field – Medium
  • Shadow Quality – Medium
  • Dynamic Lighting – Medium
  • Sky Quality – Medium
  • Dynamic Wind – Medium
  • Decorator Quality – Medium
  • Volumetric Fog Quality: Medium
  • Effects Quality – Medium
  • Decals Quality – Low
  • Animation Quality – Medium
  • Terrain Quality – High
  • Simulation Quality – High
  • Flocks Quality – Medium
  • Async Compute – Off
  • Shader Quality – Low
  • Motion Blur – Off
  • Screen Shake – Off
  • Full-Screen Effects – On
  • Speed Lines – Off

This graphics setting would be perfect for anyone with a PC build that is considered to be mid-range. Hence, not overkill or not too weak either. If yours fall in this category then you can try this combination out. Moreover, FPS may vary depending on PC components. So do not hesitate to change here and there. You can easily dish out frame rates around 60 to 80. Maybe more

best graphics settings Halo Infinite
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  • Field of View: 95-100
  • Borderless Fullscreen: On
  • Resolution Scale: 100%
  • Minimum Frame Rate: Off
  • Maximum Frame Rate: 120
  • VSync: Off
  • Limit Inactive Frame Limit: Off
  • Anti-Aliasing: high
  • Texture Filtering: high
  • Ambient Occlusion: medium-high
  • Texture Quality: medium-high
  • Geometry Quality: high
  • Reflections: low
  • Depth of Field: high
  • Shadow Quality: high
  • Lighting Quality: high
  • Volumetric Fog Quality: medium-high
  • Cloud Quality: medium-high
  • Dynamic Wind: medium
  • Ground Cover Quality: high
  • Effects Quality: medium-high
  • Decal Quality: high
  • Animation Quality: Auto
  • Terrain Quality: high
  • Simulation Quality: medium
  • Flocking Quality: medium
  • ASync Compute: off

If you’re blessed enough to own a monster/ high-end gaming PC, then this graphics settings is perfect or 100+ or even 120+ fps with good-looking visual feedback. On the other hand, you may just crank these settings up to ultra. If your rig supports it. But we would recommend against it, as you may face sudden drops in frames that can be annoying during multiplayer matches. Especially competitive.

Anyways, you can go ahead with the maximum settings if you’re playing just the campaign.

Finally, we will always advise you to keep settings between medium to high if you are on the beefier side. And low to mid settings if not. Otherwise, your game may not ensure locked framerates. Then again depends on the PC hardware. Hence, it is better to avoid this risk if you are a serious Halo Infinite competitive player.

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Mahirul Alam Chowdhury is a writer and HR Manager at GameRiv.