The newest replace for Halo Infinite on PC launched earlier this month, but it surely’s rendering the sport unplayable for some as a result of their graphics card does not have sufficient VRAM.
As DSO Gaming experiences(Opens in a brand new window), earlier than the Season 3: Echoes Inside(Opens in a brand new window) replace it was doable to play Halo Infinite on some graphics playing cards that had been above the minimal spec by way of uncooked efficiency, however had lower than 4GB of VRAM. After the patch, in case your card does not have at the least 4GB of VRAM, you possibly can’t play anymore. Undecided what graphics card you could have? It is easy to verify.
The minimal spec for the sport as listed on Steam(Opens in a brand new window) requires both an AMD RX 570 or Nvidia GTX GeForce 1050 Ti graphics card. Each playing cards embody 4GB of VRAM as customary. Nonetheless, there are higher-spec playing cards such because the Nvidia GeForce GTX 1060, which solely have 3GB of VRAM however provide extra efficiency(Opens in a brand new window) than a 1050 Ti. Even so, after the replace that 1060 card cannot run the sport anymore, however the 1050 Ti will.
When Halo Infinite launched again in 2021, it supplied a brand new Grasp Chief marketing campaign alongside a free multiplayer expertise. The newest patch features a vary of recent content material, together with new multiplayer recreation modes and maps, but it surely additionally introduces assist for ray tracing. The patch notes(Opens in a brand new window) make no point out of the arduous 4GB VRAM requirement, although.
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Anybody hit by the VRAM limitation is more likely to be pissed off, but it surely’s additionally a possibility/excuse to improve your graphics card and within the course of have the ability to benefit from the brand new ray tracing assist.
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