The Halo Infinite campaign is just around the corner, and while players have already been diving into its free-to-play multiplayer for a few weeks, it’s the campaign that serves as the focus in many players' minds. With the Halo campaign drawing nearer, you may be wondering which console presentation mode for Halo Infinite, quality versus performance, is right for you. That is, of course, a matter of opinion, but as the game doesn’t expressly say what each mode allows for, we’re here to fill in the details. Here’s everything you need to know about Halo Infinite presentation, the latest in the years-long conundrum of quality versus performance modes.

Halo Infinite quality mode

If you plan on taking on the Banished in quality mode, your results will vary according to the platform on which you’re playing the game. On Xbox Series X, quality mode will get you up 60 frames per second and a dynamic 4K resolution. If you’re on Series S, however, your visual experience will take a dip in both regards. There you’ll max out around 1080p and 30 frames per second according to Digital Foundry's tech tests.

Halo Infinite performance mode

If you’d rather play on performance mode, you’ll sacrifice a bit of resolution, with the game dropping to 1080p, in favor of a crisper 120 frames per second on Series X. Keep in mind, though, that your TV must also support 120 frames per second gameplay in order for you to experience it. Series S performance mode does manage to hit 60 frames per second too, so you’ll still have the option for that smoother experience on the small white speaker-looking console.

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