343 Industries team are back from Holiday and will start working on patches and updates to address some of the bigger issues like broken BTB mode and cheating.
Halo Infinite will be getting a patch in mid-February 2022 which aims to address the cheating problems that have been present in the game for the last couple of months. In the latest blog post, 343 Industries, the developer of Halo Infinite, confirmed that most of the Halo Infinite team is now back from Holiday and will focus on working on patches and updates to improve the current state of the game.
The details about the potential countermeasure for cheating are unknown but 343 did say they will have more details to share as we get closer to the release.
From the latest blog post:
"We know there are a number of other topics you’re eager to hear about - including some issues with instances of cheating. The team has been working on a patch for mid-Feb that looks to address this and other things, and we’ll have more details to come as we get closer to release. We are actively triaging and still working to get as much as we can into this Feb update while still ensuring no negative impacts or regressions to other parts of the game.
In addition to the cheating issue, 343 Industries also revealed that they are working on a fix for the Big Team Battle mode issues which surfaced a couple of weeks ago. The fix has been tested internally and luckily, it seems that the issue has been resolved but 343 say they will continue to test it before the certification and the official release.