Microsoft surprise-launched Halo Infinite’s free-to-play multiplayer beta on Monday, however in case you’re having bother leaping into the sport, you’re not the one one.

In keeping with Brian Jarrard, Halo group director at 343 Industries, some gamers taking part in on Xbox or from the Home windows retailer are “likely hitting some blue screens / errors” whereas attempting to launch the sport. “The build is still publishing and rolling out, expected to resolve in due time,” he said.

The Xbox assist Twitter account additionally acknowledged points in a now-deleted tweet, saying that some folks is likely to be having bother downloading and launching the sport. In that tweet, the corporate steered rebooting your console to attempt to repair the issue.

A screenshot I took from Tweetdeck of Xbox assist’s deleted tweet.

I had been operating into the blue display drawback whereas attempting to play on my Xbox Sequence X. However as I used to be writing this text, I attempted to open the Halo Infinite once more, and it lastly kicked off the replace that appears to be putting in the total multiplayer. The replace is available in at 25.90GB for me.

And that is smart, as Jarrard mentioned in a tweet shortly after we printed this text that “we’re getting reports this issue should be mostly resolved.” He equally beneficial restarting your Xbox or relaunching Xbox Recreation Go for PC in case you are nonetheless seeing the blue display on Halo Infinite. The Halo assist Twitter account has additionally shared excellent news, saying that you just should be able to download the beta.

Two Verge editors have been in a position to play on PC through Steam with out difficulty.

Replace November fifteenth, 2:50PM ET: Added data from Jarrard and from the Halo assist Twitter account.

Correction November fifteenth, 2:50PM ET: We misspelled Brian Jarrard’s final title in a earlier model of this text. We remorse the error.


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