The final technical test of Halo Infinite before its release in Dec is currently undergoing for players on PC and Xbox. And while there have been fewer issues with the game than previous flight tests, a lot of users who attempted to log in to the game were met with the Halo Infinite Error Code -101. The error appears when you log into the game. Once the error occurs there is no way to interact with the game but to force close. If you have encountered the -101 error, we have some solutions you can try.
How to Fix Halo Infinite Error Code -101
If you are seeing the -101 error code, it’s most likely due to the fact that the game is not live yet. You may be attempting to play when the servers are down. It could occur before the start of the flight test, after the flight test, or when you are trying to play and the game’s not released.
But, that’s one of many reasons when users encountered the error. Some users have reported that the error occurs even when the servers are live. A user of Halowaypoint has suggested that rebooting all Steam and Xbox-related tasks fixed the issue for him. Do not just reboot the normal way, force close all steam and Xbox-related apps, then attempt again, that’s what seems to work.
If the above solution did not work, we suggest that you clear the Steam Download cache. More often than not, the Steam download cache is to blame when a game is not starting or downloading. To delete the cache, follow the below steps:
- Launch Steam and click on Steam in the top-left corner
- Choose Settings and go to the Download tab
- Click on Clear Download Cache
Do this and the Halo Infinite Error Code -101 should not prevent you from playing the game. However, if the Xbox App services are disabled on your PC, you may still get the error. So, in order to fix ensure that the Xbox App Services are running and not disabled.
That’s all we have in this guide, hope you were able to fix the problem with Halo Infinite. If the issue is still unresolved or you have a better solution, share them in the comments.