Halo Infinite players discovered weird bug while browsing armor effects

A strange bug in Halo Infinite caused players to question whether they would time travel after viewing various armor effects for their Spartan.

Halo Infinite players discovered weird bug while browsing armor effects

Multiplayer for Halo Infinite has been out for over 2 months, giving players plenty of time to check out the game. Unfortunately, some bugs were discovered after the release. Recently, a player found a strange glitch while browsing armor customizations.

In a Reddit post, a user named ManiacalZManiac shared a strange discovery they made while playing Halo Infinite. According to Reddit users, they stumbled across a weird error while reviewing customize their Spartan armor. The glitch occurs when they select a locked armor effect and revert to equipment they already own. This results in text appearing on the screen stating that the cosmetic was purchased on 31/31/69. This date is obviously surprising for ManiacalZManiac, as that date is many years from when the armor effect was actually unlocked.


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Not surprisingly, this anomalous bug related to armor effects has attracted the attention of many members of the the Halo Infinite community on Reddit. With over 2,000 donations in just a few days, many people find the day fascinating. Some even joked that it was related to the lengthy development time for the title. “Halo Infinite been in development longer than we thought,” said one.

Also, some users give their best guess as to why the weird day appeared in Halo Infinite. According to one player, an irregular date signals something is wrong with the Unix timestamp. This shows that the date has been reset to the Unix epoch. Based on comments from Reddit users, this epoch date is January 1, 1970, 00:00:00 UTC. However, one user reasoned that the reason the date encountered by ManiacalZManiac was 12/31/69 was due to a different time zone. “If this customer lives in the United States, or indeed any time zone west of GMT, but before the international date line, that means the customer’s time will be converted to an earlier time,” said one. User explained.

Unfortunately, this is not the only bug affecting Halo Infinite. Several other bugs that had a much more detrimental effect on the gameplay experience caused problems for the players. Among the problems, gamers have encountered problems with desync causes Spartans to randomly teleport. Additionally, Big Team Battle matchmaking continues to experience connectivity difficulties even after a recent patch from 343 Industries was said to resolve the issues.

This incident serves as another reminder to many fans that Halo Infinite There are still some technical problems. It will be interesting to watch developers at 343 Industries address these issues in the future. Hopefully glitches like the one discovered by ManiacalZManiac can be fixed in the coming days.

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