Halo Infinite

Fix Halo Infinite Memory Leak Issue Causes Low Performance or Crashing the Game

Fix Halo Infinite Memory Leak Issue Causes Low Performance or Crashing the Game

Halo Infinite is the popular free-to-play multiplayer game released on 08th December. This game has been around a few weeks but the issues and glitches are racking up with the game release. Players have been reporting several issues such as Big Team Battle not working or many other players are complaining, weekly challenges not tracking, or working. One of the latest problems many players are reporting is the memory leak issues where they notice massive FPS drops and that causes the Halo Infinite to crash which is frustrating. This issue starts mostly after a while of playing the game. Fortunately, there are two temporary workarounds you can try to fix this problem.

How to Fix Halo Infinite Memory Leak Issue Causes Low Performance or Crashing the Game

Because of this bug, players keep getting FPS-related issues when their games drop from 120 FPS to 20 FPS and force them to restart the game. However, some of the players have shared the best workaround on Reddit. Here is how you can fix Halo Infinite memory leak issue that causes low performance or crashes the game.

To fix this issue temporarily, simply modify the RAM clock speeds. Try to either raise or lower them and the issue should be resolved. Likewise, restarting the game periodically as it will also help to lessen the performance issue.  

According to one report, one player has already complained to the developer team but they have not yet officially released the issue regarding this problem.

Hopefully, we will have its solution in the upcoming patch. Meanwhile, you can try the above solutions to fix Halo Infinite memory leak issue that causes low performance or crashes the game.

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Anika
I am a mechanical engineer in a day job and my passion for gaming led to this website. I enjoy games that have bit of a story depth and mostly single player. One of my favorites is Horizon Zero Dawn. I also dabble in multiplayer, but not battle royals, mostly because I am not good at it. Occasionally, I do enjoy trending survival games such as the latest Valheim and Muck. I have another website where I write more often VGNerdsAtWork.

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