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Halo Infinite Crashing on Respawn? 8 Ways to Fix

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Halo Infinite has been a great release for this Christmas. Microsoft recently launched the beta version of its multiplayer capabilities and most users seem to be having a blast. Sadly Halo Infinite is still far from perfect and a recent bug that seems to be affecting many users is the Respawn crash bug. If you too have been crashing out of the game at your first respawn, then here’s how you can fix it on your PC. 

Why does the game crash whenever I respawn?

The errors seem to vary but seem to be triggered by the Respawn animation which bugs on different setups due to different configurations. These issues can be fixed by lowering your screen effects or by disabling the optimization for Halo Infinite in the appropriate app. Follow the fixes below to get you started. 

Halo Infinite Crashing on Respawn: 8 Fixes

Here are all the fixes you can try to fix respawn crashes in Halo Infinite on your system. Let’s get started. 

Fix 1: For GTX 10 series users

If you have a GTX 10 series card from Nvidia and you are facing this crash then we recommend you Restart your PC, Launch Halo Infinite, Disable A-Sync Compute in Settings, and then join a match. In most cases, this should help fix respawn crashes for you. However, if you still end up facing crashes then we recommend continuing with the fixes below and try disabling effects to fix respawn crashes. 

Fix 2: Remove the game from optimization/RGB apps

Chances are that you are using an app like Aura Sync, Armory Crate, Razer Synapse, or more to control either the RGB or power mode of your PC. While these apps offer great help when it comes to customizing your experience, sadly they seem to cause Respawn crashes with Halo Infinite on many PCs. If you are using any such app then we recommend you remove Halo Infinite from any customizations and optimization lists. Some apps can identify and add installed games to the list by default so we recommend you give it a check even if you haven’t manually added it to the list on your own. 

Fix 3: Switch to ‘Windowed’ mode

Another reason for this crash especially on ultra-wide monitors seems to be the lack of a native full-screen mode within the game. By default, Halo Infinite uses the Windowed Borderless mode which mimics the full-screen mode. This, however, seems to be causing respawn crashes within the game on many PCs with a recent update, especially in the ranked mode. For now, in such cases, we recommend you switch to the proper ‘Windowed’ mode instead. This should fix the issue in most cases however, on some monitors you might need to edit the Program Properties to accommodate native windows behavior and DPI changes. 

Fix 4: Re-verify File integrity in Steam

Verifying your file integrity and fixing any corruptions seems to be another fix working well for many Steam users. You can verify the File integrity of any game by right-clicking on it > Properties > Local Files tab > Verify Integrity of Game Files. Let Steam do its thing and in case any corrupted files are found, Steam will automatically replace them with the appropriate ones. Once verified, try launching the game and joining a match again. Crashes should be fixed for you in case you had corrupted files on your system. 

Fix 5: Turn down Effects quality to Low

Effects quality is the main reason for many Respawn Crashes if your files and game seem to be intact on many PCs. If you are in the same boat then we recommend you turn down the Effects quality to low, regardless of your Graphics card in the Graphics Settings. This should help fix respawn crashes for you if the respawn animations were the cause of the issue for you. 

Fix 6: Disable Multiplayer High Res Textures DLC Pack and lock your frame rates

This is another fix that seems to be working for some users. If you are using the high res Texture Pack DLC then we recommend you remove it for now. Additionally, you should lock your minimum frame rates to 60 and maximum to 120. Multiples of 60 along with normal textures seem to fix this issue on many systems. A common factor among users seems to be the use of multi-monitor setups which could be the cause of this issue for you as well. 

Fix 7: Turn off Exposure and Screen Effects

If at this point you are still crashing out of the game every time you respawn we recommend you disable Exposure and Screen Effects in your Graphics Settings completely. Turning off both these effects seems to fix this issue for many users, albeit at the severe cost of graphical experience. You can create a support ticket at your end for this issue with Microsoft and it should help the devs release a fix soon. 

Fix 8: Update your graphics drivers

Lastly, you can try updating your Graphics drivers, especially if it has been a while or in case you are using Windows 11. Windows 11 kernel is quite different in the way in which it handles graphical load and a new driver update can help fix this issue for you. Simply visit the AMD or Nvidia Support site to download the appropriate drivers for your graphics card. 

We hope this post helped fix respawn crashes for you in Halo Infinite. If you face any issues or have any more questions for us, feel free to reach out using the comments section below. 


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