We are in 2021, but the intro videos that cannot be skipped do not hint at retiring, and Halo Infinite decides to make fun of us with the new non-skip intro video present when starting the game. However, when you get to the thirtieth time you start the game, it is a bit cloying to have to see who produced the game and the various credits each time, but since this cannot be skipped, someone has decided to find a loophole to get around the problem.
To come to our rescue is Jason Lamb, who via Twitter communicates how it is actually possible remove the video entirely introductory of Halo Infinite. We specify that all this is possible only on the Steam version for PC, as there is no way to access game directories within consoles.
If we keep in mind that a video game is simply an environment where various graphic elements are present, we realize how an obstacle can be “overcome” simply by removing it. In this case, the introductory video can be deleted once found inside the folders of game. To do this, you need to:
- Enter Steam, right click on Halo Infinite and select Property
- To select Local Files
- To select Browse local files
- Look for the folder “videos“
- Delete the video named “intro“
Did you know the Halo Infinite loading screen is just a video? An easily replaceable video? pic.twitter.com/Rxgjf3mWYM
– Jason Lamb (@jasonlamb) November 23, 2021
By doing so, the video will be deleted and it will not be loaded when starting the game. In reality, the introductory videos are a “trick” by the developers to hide the loading of menus, game environments and so on, which take place in the background and are complete at the end of the video. Accessing the game folders is also the basic method used by cheaters, which already do not lack in popular multiplayer.
In Halo Infinite however, the introductory video lasts much longer than the time required to load the game, and even removing it you notice that the loading is almost immediate and there are no long waits that would justify it, with obviously everything changing between hard disk and SSD. every type. Incidentally, Jason Lamb enjoyed making fun of this system and replacing the introductory video instead of deleting it, since simply importing an .mp4 file with the name “intro”And the game will load it automatically.
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