Crossplay is possible in Halo Infinite, covering all of the game's platforms. Players on Xbox One, Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S, and PC can all play multiplayer together. Unfortunately, though, not everyone likes this feature.
Currently, the Halo Infinite servers are one large meeting place of players from all these platforms. Some players may want to disable this feature, and if you're looking to do that, here's what we know:
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Halo Infinite: How To Stop Crossplay Feature
Where To Change Crossplay Settings
As of now, players can't change crossplay in Halo Infinite. In most crossplay titles, players are given the option to toggle this feature on and off. Even with this breakthrough feature, many players opt to not use it to avoid any disparity between controller and keyboard players.
In First Person Shooters, the controller/keyboard scheme of players are often a point of conflict. To avoid this, players often turn off Crossplay so they'll only meet players of the same control scheme, ensuring an even playing field.
It's Doable in Ranked
There is one scenario in which you can disable crossplay. In Halo Infinite's ranked modes, players can lock themselves to be matched with controller or keyboard players only. Therefore, you can skirt around this issue to ensure that even playing field.