How to fix DirectX 12 errors in Halo Infinite

With most new games coming out, there is bound to be a day when something goes wrong—Halo Infinite is no different.

Currently, some PC players have encountered an error code that says the game “Cannot find a Compatible Graphics Device due to the lack of the following feature: Hardware Tiled Resources Tier 2”.

This may come as a surprise to users especially if they regularly play PC games but don’t get scared, there are some simple steps that can be taken to fix things and get the game running in a few minutes.

How to fix DirectX 12 errors in Halo Infinite

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The first step to troubleshooting this DirectX 12 problem is to make sure that all your drivers are up to date. This can be done in a number of ways but for NVIDIA users this is the best place to download your latest drivers and along with AMD users.

If you have installed the latest drivers for your graphics card, the next step to fix this problem is to make sure that you have DirectX 12 installed at its latest version. Same with your GPU driver, you can download the latest version here.

After making sure everything is up to date if the problem persists, your hardware may not be compatible with Halo Infinite right away. If that’s the case, you’ll probably need to purchase some upgraded hardware if you want to play the game. You check Minimum specs for the game are here. | How to fix DirectX 12 errors in Halo Infinite


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