NS Halo Infinite The “Offline” bug is particularly frustrating for players in the latest multiplayer installment of the Halo game, made a surprise release this month in beta, as it’s very non-specific and completely prevents them from playing. It’s simply a little “offline” message at the top right of the screen where it would normally say the player’s name and location, so the game thinks the player is offline even when they are not offline. This is the “offline” fix of Halo Infinite.
How to Fix Halo Infinite ‘Offline’
To fix Halo Infinite’s “offline” error message:
- Restart the game and if that fails, reboot the system.
- Check to make sure that the system is definitely online in another application or web portal.
- Check the profile icon on Xbox or Steam to make sure it’s not set to appear offline.
- Make sure the country and date/time are correct by going to Xbox or Windows Settings and choosing to have it automatically set the time and time zone.
- On PC, try removing the Xbox device key. Type “Credentials Manager” in the search box then scroll to and delete “Xbl | DeviceKey” and “XblGrts | DeviceKey”, then restart the PC.
- Enable multiplayer gaming in your Xbox account’s Privacy Settings. This can be done through the control panel or by go to this page. All “online safety” options must be set to “allow”.
- Turn off the manual proxy option by going to settings and Network and Internet then go to Proxy and disable “Use proxy server” if enabled.
Hopefully one of these fixes will work and all players will give it a try Halo Infinite’s Early Access Multiplayer before the game’s official release next month. For more help with Halo Infinite, here’s what to do if the game is taking an oddly long load time, this how to arrange FPS drops and annoying stuttering, and here it is how to sort out the blue screen problem on Xbox Series X.
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