Halo Infinite Multiplayer Beta is already released and breaking records. However, many PC players are experiencing crashing issues. Players are worrying as they already have the minimum and even recommended system requirements and still, they are having such issues. If you are also facing this annoying problem, there may be a problem with the Async Compute setting and you can fix it easily. Here is a quick guide to turn off or disable Async Compute in Halo Infinite to prevent crashing.
Turning Off or Disabling Async Compute in Halo Infinite to Prevent Crashing
Crashing is a common issue within the multiplayer beta. Even developers have confirmed, if you have an AMD graphics card specifically Radeon RX 500 Series GPU, then you may experience a crashing issue if Async Compute is turned on. So, here is how you can disable it so you can play the game seamlessly.
1. In Halo Infinite, open the main screen and click on the Settings. Also, you can press F1 to open the Settings tab.
2. Select the Video tab
3. Scroll down and you will find Async Compute
4. Ensure the box is not checked. If it is checked, then you need to uncheck it
5. Once done, close the game and relaunch it and the issue should be resolved
With these simple and basic steps, you can disable Async Compute in Halo Infinite to prevent crashing.
After performing these steps, if your game is still crashing, don’t worry – Check out this exclusive guide on how to fix Halo Infinite crashing at startup or crash mid-game, stuck on loading screen, long load times.