Halo Infinite received its Season 2 multiplayer update yesterday, and it's bringing back the 120hz refresh rate that was available to players on Xbox Series S during the beta, but not the original release.
The increased refresh rate will allow players with a 120hz monitor to hit 120 fps while playing online multiplayer, a welcome update for a game that has had a bit of a tumultuous release. Desync, connectivity issues, and the game not registering hits were among the issues plaguing the game on release in addition to complaints about the in-game shop.
Halo Infinite Season 2 Update Brings Back Lost Beta Features
The Season 2 update as a whole looks to continue to move the game forward to a better state post-release. The full patch notes can be read here. Highlights include a new Battle Pass with new rewards, and new events coming to the game soon. Players on Xbox Series X will also be able to turn their graphic down to 30 fps to get the most out of the game's graphics, although per the patch notes there is still a bug or two with this feature.
Halo Infinite will receive new game modes, new maps, and new playlists for players to enjoy online. With the changes coming to Halo Infinite in the Season 2 update, fans hope the game's state continues to improve.