Halo Infinite’s full version is going to be released on 8th December 2021 but the multiplayer mode of the game is already live and fans are jumping into it to enjoy the gameplay of the multiplayer mode of Halo Infinite. But, as usual, the game is showing bugs and errors from the beginning and players are getting annoyed. Besides the server issues and blue screen bug, now the game is showing DirectX 12 error which is preventing PC players from launching the game.
In this article, we’ll try to provide you with some possible fixes to this DirectX 12 error.
Fix Halo Infinite DirectX 12 Error
If you get the error message “Could not find compatible Graphics Device due to the following missing feature: Hardware Tiled Resources Tier 2. Please ensure you have a DirectX 12 compatible graphics adapter and have installed the latest drivers provided by the manufacturer” don’t worry, you are not the only one to get this error message. Players all over the world are getting this message while trying to launch the Halo Infinite multiplayer mode. Here we’ll suggest some fixes that may solve your problem.
Check your GPU Drivers
Make sure you have your GPU Drivers updated. Visit your GPU apps to see if your drivers are the updated ones or not. Visit either Nvidia or AMD’s website to check if your graphic card id updated. If there is any new update to install, then install the update.
Check your DirectX 12
Make sure you have the latest version of DirectX 12 installed on your system. If your DirectX 12 version is not compatible then, you’ll face this error message again and again.
If both of these methods won’t work for you then either your CPU or your GPU is not compatible with the game. You have to replace them. Getting an error while trying to play is indeed annoying and if want to avoid it, check out our guide to get the possible fixes to this DirectX 12 error.