Halo Infinite system requirements for Windows PCs

If you plan to play Halo Infinite on Windows 11 or Windows 10, the PC must meet the minimum system requirements.

Halo Infinite hardware requirements
Halo Infinite hardware requirements (Source: 343 Industries)

The Halo Infinite game is officially expected to release on December 8 for Xbox One, S, X, and PC. However, if you plan to get the game on Windows 11 or Windows 10, the computer needs to meet the minimum system requirements for an optimal experience.

At the minimum, according to 343 Industries, you would need an AMD Ryzen 5 or Intel Core I5 (4th Gen) processor to play in Low settings. Or a Ryzen 6 5900x or Intel Core I9 (11th Gen), or a better processor to play the game in Ultra settings. You will also need 8GB or 16GB (for High or Ultra settings) and more than 50GB of available storage.

Halo Infinite PC hardware requirements

OSWindows 10 1809
Windows 11
Windows 10 19H2
Windows 11
Windows 10 19H2
Windows 11
Windows 10 19H2
Windows 11
CPUAMD Ryzen 5 1800
Intel i5-4440
AMD Ryzen 5 2600
Intel i5-9500
AMD Ryzen 7 3700X
Intel i7-9700k
AMD Ryzen 6 5900X
Intel i9-11900k
Nvidia GTX 1050 Ti
AMD RX 5500 XT (8GB)
Nvidia GTX 1660 (8GB)
AMD RX 2070
Nvidia RTX 2070
AMD RX 6800 XT
Nvidia RTX 3080

Ahead of the official launch, Microsoft and 343 Industries have released the Halo Infinite’s multiplayer game early as a beta for PCs and Xbox consoles. You are getting season one, which includes the Academy training mode, 4v4 Arena, and 12v12 Big Team Battle. The best part is that your progress will carry over to the final release of the game.

You can also preorder Halo Infinite now at the Microsoft Store. If you have a Game Pass subscription, you will get the game at no extra cost on day one. If you are not a Game Pass subscriber, at the time of this writing, Microsoft is offering the first three months for only $1 each. 

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