In the beta version of the new multiplayer Halo, there are already problems with users of Aimbot or Wallhack on PC.
Halo Infinite’s multiplayer isn’t long in the free trial yet the top cheats are on their way. Some clips have appeared on Twitter that show various exploits and exploits that are already being used in the beta version.
For example, this reaction video from the DougisRaw stream shows a person apparently using a Wallhack and a target. The latter can already be seen in several clips, for example on Reddit or in other Twitter posts, so it seems that very few Schumler on the way to be. As always: the harmless fun of teamwork is often short-lived.
Here are some examples of what the Halo cheats have looked like so far:
So I tried 10 positions on M + K for Halo….. pic.twitter.com/yV3hIqNBZh
Doug (@DougisRaw) November 22 2021
I came across my first cheater on Halo today, I asked him if he was cheating and he said he has a LOL console. Tweet embed Tweet embed HCS Tweet embed Tweet embed #cheater # Hahaha #HaloInfinitemultiplayer #HaloInfiniteMP pic.twitter.com/4wxARhoEB8
– With? (@ZlepOfficial) November 17, 2021
There appears to be Aimbot users after only two weeks. It seems that cheaters are usually a bigger problem on PC. This is why there are already many voices on the part of the Xbox community who would like Studio 343 to have the option to turn off Crossplay.
This option does not exist yet. So far, you can only choose whether to play with the keyboard or the console in order to take on opponents with essentially the same input devices. This can also protect a bit from PC cheaters.
This isn’t the first time something like this has happened in the multiplayer shooter space. In Call of Duty: Warzone, for example, there were already many people in the past year who preferred to start off with broken cross-play to get past the number of cheaters on PC.