Viral Halo Infinite TikTok reveals UI settings you need to change

Liam Mackay
Halo Infinite spartan fighting with commando

Finding the best Halo Infinite settings is extremely important to improving your game, and a viral TikTok has revealed a UI setting that might’ve flown under the radar, but you have to use.

343 Industries and Xbox surprised the world by dropping Halo Infinite’s multiplayer almost a month early, it has been extremely well-received by veterans and new players alike.

Call of Duty: Vanguard players have been jealous of its audio settings, but a viral TikTok has revealed another UI setting that will massively improve your gameplay.

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Halo Infinite offers a varied selection of weapons to pick up and master, but unfortunately, some of the best weapons have their drawbacks. Large weapons such as the M41 SPNKR will take up half your screen, limiting your visibility and spatial awareness.

However, TikTok creator tazamlive has found an incredibly useful UI setting that will move weapons out of your vision, giving you a much better field of view.

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Halo Infinite UI setting to increase visibility

tazamlive revealed that using Halo Infinite’s Weapon Offsets settings will allow you to move weapons out of your way. This will move the gun further down in the right corner, taking up much less of your screen.

Here’s everything you need to do:

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  1. Launch Halo Infinite
  2. Open up ‘Settings’
  3. Navigate to the ‘UI’ tab
  4. Scroll down the ‘Weapon Offsets’ section
  5. Select the weapon you wish to change
  6. Lower the sliders until the weapon is taking up less of your screen

While it may look odd, the crosshair will still be the exact same, so you’ll remain as accurate as before but with the ability to spot enemies on the right-hand side of your screen much easier. But if you like, you can only do this for launchers and keep smaller weapons such as Pistols the same.

The only downside is that you won’t be able to see your camos, stickers, and charms as well.

For more Halo Infinite tips and guides, you can check out where to find Loot Caves on fragmentation.

Image Credit: 343 Industries

About The Author

Liam is CharlieIntel's Editor who focuses on Call of Duty but also plays lots of fantasy RPGs or anything else in his massive gaming backlog. After graduating in Journalism from Edinburgh Napier University, Liam freelanced in games journalism before joining CharlieIntel in November 2020. You can contact Liam at [email protected].