Halo Infinite Season 4: Infection Introduces Raytraced Sun Shadows for Xbox Series X|S

Halo Infinite Season 4: Infection is now live, bringing a plethora of changes and new additions to the game. One of the most prominent updates is the introduction of the new progression system called Career Rank.

In addition to the progression system, Season 4 also introduces new weapons, equipment, and armor, allowing players to further customize their gameplay experience. Two new multiplayer maps, Scarr and Forest, have been added, providing fresh and exciting battlegrounds for players to explore.

To enhance the overall experience, a new Premium Battle Pass with 100 tiers is now available. Fans of the beloved multiplayer mode, Infection, will be happy to know that it has made a comeback and been added to Halo Infinite in Season 4.

The update also addresses several bugs and issues, and includes menu improvements to streamline navigation and enhance usability. However, it’s worth noting that the update size is quite substantial, with 54.19GB for Xbox Series X and 42.81GB for Xbox Series S. Players should ensure they have sufficient storage space to accommodate the update.

Halo Infinite Season 4: Infection | 343 Industries

While all the new additions and contents are impressive, one particular setting has caught our attention, the ability to toggle on Raytraced Sun shadows for Xbox Series X|S. This feature adds a new level of visual fidelity to multiplayer gameplay by enhancing the detail of shadows cast by the sun.

Players on Xbox Series S and Xbox Series X can enable Raytraced Sun Shadows from the Settings menu. However, it’s important to exercise caution, as enabling this option may cause the framerate to dip below the selected Target Frame Rate value in certain situations. 

To toggle this feature on, follow these simple steps:

  1. Navigate to Settings. The default bindings for this are the Menu button on the controller and F1 on the keyboard.
  2. Go to the Video tab.
  3. Scroll down to the Raytracing header and adjust the Raytraced Sun Shadows option to your preferred setting.
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With the launch of Halo Infinite Season 4: Infection, players have plenty of new content and features to explore. You can read the complete patch notes for this update here and check in detail what has been added to the game. What are your thoughts about Halo Infinite Season 4: Infection update? Are you excited to hop into the battleground? Let us know in the comments section below.


Abdullah Amin

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