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Halo Infinite crashes when deleting save file

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After waiting patiently Halo Infinite Over the past six years, Master Chief is back and better than ever. However, even though it glowing review and countless players mesmerized by Infinite’s multiplayer, a new save glitch has begun to ruin the fun. Reported by players on Resetera and Halo Waypoint forums, the issue seems to cause players to reload the game in third-person, before eventually going on to completely lose their save files.

Xbox and PC players both seem to be affected, it looks like there’s a sign-in issue that completely deleted your save file. According to Resetera user 99humanity, after respawning in third person mode and gliding across the floor or hovering like the ghost of past Christmas, an Xbox login prompt will appear. It will then prompt the player to click “Get Started” to log in. There’s only one problem – you’re already logged in. If you find this box appealing to you, avoid it altogether. Once you’re signed in, clicking the prompt forces the sign-in process to appear again so your login goes wrong, corrupting the save file.

Interestingly, the same user did some digging and managed to reproduce the glitch by doing the following on a PC:

  • Plugging in a second controller.
  • Your controller is disconnecting.
  • Switch from a wired connection to Bluetooth for the controller.
  • Stay signed in on Xbox while playing on PC or vice versa.
  • Use quick resume on Xbox while playing another game with multiple people signed in to the same account.

In addition to disrupting the Halo Infinite campaign, it looks like this bug may also affect Multiplayer too. During matches, clicking the same login prompt can cause the player to appear in the middle of the game. Thankfully, the same user uploaded a helpful video that will help the player avoid bugs that could crash the game.

Microsoft and 343 Industries have yet to acknowledge the problem.

https://www.vg247.com/halo-infinite-corrupt-save-xbox-live-login Halo Infinite crashes when deleting save file

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