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Best Halo Infinite controller settings

Here is a breakdown of the best controller settings that you can use when playing Halo Infinite on Xbox or PC.

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Halo Infinite is one of the most highly anticipated games of 2021, and we’ve gone over the best settings for you to try out when playing with a controller.

 Halo Infinite is one of 2021’s most highly-anticipated titles, and 343 Industries want to ensure that the multiplayer component works properly. Players can experience the gameplay early through the multiplayer beta.

When you engage in combat with your opponents, your aim and movement will determine your chances of success. So, we’ll go over the best controller settings for Halo Infinite on PC and consoles.

Best Halo Infinite controller settings

Halo Infinite default controller layout

As Halo has long been a console game, the vast majority of players will choose a controller when playing Halo Infinite. We’ve made a few changes to certain buttons that veteran players will be familiar with.

343 Industries introduced equipment in the game’s semi-open world campaign and this has taken the RB slot that’s usually reserved for meleeing in default controllers. We’ve included PlayStation controls because Halo Infinite is on PC too.

  • LT/L2: Zoom
  • RT/R2: Shoot
  • LB/L1: Throw Grenade
  • RB/R1: Melee
  • Left Stick: Sprint
  • Right Stick: Crouch/Slide
  • Y/Triangle: Switch Weapon (Hold) Switch Equipment
  • B/Cirlce: Use Equipment
  • X/Square: Reload/Vent/ (Hold) Interact
  • A/X: Jump
  • D-Pad Up: Mark/Helmet Light
  • D-Pad Left: Grenade Switcher
  • D-Pad Down: AI Scan
  • D-Pad Right: Drop Weapon

Best Halo Infinite Deadzone and sensitivity settings

Halo Infinite open world level

Deadzone determines the responsiveness of your analog sticks. You can lower this number to make them respond better, and increasing them will require you to move the sticks in stronger motions.

You can set the sensitivity at whichever level is more comfortable for you while playing, but we recommend trying a higher sensitivity due to the slight Aim Assist in the controller. That’s why we lowered the Deadzones slightly.

  • Move: Center Deadzone: -8
  • Look: Center Deadzone: -8
  • Move: Max Input Threshold: -0
  • Look: Max Input Threshold: -10
  • Move: Axial Deadzone: 8
  • Look: Axial Deadzone: – 0
  • Look Acceleration: 5
  • Look Sensitivity (Horizontal): -6.5
  • Look Sensitivity (Vertical): -6.5

Does FOV affect Aim Assist?

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Aim Assist helps controller players compete with those that use a mouse and keyboard. However, your FOV may affect you when using Aim Assist, as the game will shrink far-off player models to fit more information on-screen.

Read more: Dr Disrespect explains why Halo Infinite must have a battle royale

If you’re a skilled player then this may not be a big problem. However, we recommend adjusting the FOV so that you have some extra spatial awareness without the targets shrinking too much.

For this reason, we strongly recommend checking our guide on the best FOV settings in Halo Infinite.

How to find best Halo Infinite controller settings

Halo Infinite character fighting with energy sword

It’s worth keeping in mind that while these are our recommended settings, you’ll be able to find your own ideal settings by experimenting with the controller layout when playing the game.

The Halo Infinite multiplayer beta serves as a stress-free environment for you to mess around with your settings. Just spend some time playing until you find your preferred sensitivity.


For more on Halo, stay tuned to Charlie INTEL, and check out the Halo Infinite campaign gameplay and storyline.

Image credits: 343 Industries

Fortnite

How to get The Batman Who Laughs skin in Fortnite Season 8

In another DC crossover, The Batman Who Laughs skin arrives in Fortnite Season 8, so here’s how to get the creepy new bundle.

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The Batman Who Laughs in Fortnite Season 8

In a further collaboration with DC Comics, Fortnite will receive The Batman Who Laughed skin in Season 8, so here’s how to get your hands on it.

Fortnite is currently in collaboration with DC Comics, bringing across a ton of skins and characters from the Batman Universe. This is all tied into the Fortnite/Batman comic series, where the latest issue prominently features The Batman Who Laughs.

This Batman/Joker hybrid from another universe will soon be arriving in Fortnite, so here’s how to get the skin and associated cosmetics for yourself.

How to get The Batman Who Laughs Fortnite skin

Fortnite The Batman Who Laughs bundle

The Batman Who Laughs will arrive in Fortnite’s Item Shop on October 26 at 5 PM PT / 8 PT ET / 1 AM BST (October 27).

It will also be available for those who purchase the upcoming Batman/Fortnite: Foundation comic.

The Batman Who Laughs bundle is set to arrive with:

  • The Batman Who Laughs Outfit
  • Robin’s Perch Backbling
  • Dark Multiverse Set Pickaxe and Glider

The Batman/Fortnite: Foundation comic is set to also release on October 26 and will include a unique code that allows players to redeem the Outfit, Backbling, and a Loading Screen. The code will expire on November 12, 2025 – so there’s plenty of time to get the comic.

Also, as an exclusive bonus for purchasing the comic, you can also get The Dark Days Loading Screen that depicts The Batman Who Laughs perched on the Battle Bus.

Who is The Batman Who Laughs?

Fortnite the batman who laughs skin and comic book

The Batman Who Laughs is Bruce Wayne from Earth -22 of the Dark Multiverse, who has been fused with his arch-enemy, The Joker.

This version of Bruce Wayne became infected with the Joker toxin, turning him into a violent supervillain.

He first appeared in the Batman/Fortnite Zero Point Issue 6 and is sure to be a terrifying addition to Season 8’s roster of characters.

For more Fortnite, you can check out the Spider-Man crossover that HYPEX claims will arrive later this year.

Image Credit: Epic Games

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Is Battlefield 2042 free to play?

There were some rumors floating around that some of Battlefield 2042’s modes may be free-to-play, but we now have the official information.

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Is Battlefield 2042 free to play? We have all the information you need to know about the cost of DICE’s upcoming installment to the Battlefield franchise, including the rumors surrounding Hazard Zone.

Battlefield 2042 is set to release on November 19, after being delayed from its original October release.

With that being said, we now have loads of information on the game and players being able to get to grips with gameplay during the Open Beta.

One thing that some in the community have been slightly unsure about is whether Battlefield 2042 is free to play, especially as there have been free-to-play rumors surrounding the Hazard Zone mode.

Is Battlefield 2042 free to play?

battlefield 2042

As of right now, we can confirm that Battlefield 2042 as a whole will not be free to play but instead cost the usual full game price of around $69.99.

There were some rumors floating around that suggested the game’s new Hazard Zone mode, which features similar gameplay to Hunt: Showdown and Escape from Tarkov, would be free-to-play.

However, these rumors have now been shot down, and the developers have confirmed the game will be part of the Battlefield 2042 package rather than being downloadable on its own.

battlefield 2042 art

Of course, DICE will be offering players a lot of content when the game launches, such as the Portal mode, a brand new Campaign, and the classic Multiplayer mode.

However, some were disappointed to hear that Hazard Zone wouldn’t be free to play and believed it would have been a perfect free mode to help draw newer players in, such as Warzone and the Call of Duty franchise.

Perhaps if the demand is there, the developers may consider something like making one of the modes free to play, but for now, the game will cost to access all the modes it has to offer.

For more Battlefield 2042, here’s our tier list for all of the Battlefield 2042 Specialists and why popular content creator Dr Disrespect prefers Battlefield 2042 to “forgettable” Halo Infinite.

Image Credits: DICE

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FIFA 22

FIFA 22 Ultimate Team packs guide: Names, value and, contents

There’s a whole of different packs to open in FIFA 22 Ultimate Team, so here’s our guide on each ones value and contents.

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FIFA 22 Ultimate Team packs

FIFA 22 Ultimate Team is stuffed full of different packs to open in the hope of bagging a Ronaldo or Messi, but it can be hard to know which pack is which. Here’s our full guide of every FUT pack’s name, value, and contents.

FIFA 22’s Ultimate Team mode is all about earning packs to try and get one of the game’s top-rated superstars.

Whether you’re playing Squad Battles or FUT Champs, earning packs is the way to improve your squad and earn valuable coins.

But so many packs to be earned, it’s not always clear what’s inside the rewards you are working towards. Here’s our complete guide on every FIFA 22 pack’s name, value, and contents.

Table of contents

FIFA 22 Ultimate Team packs

FUT 22 bronze packs

fifa 22 ultimate team packs

The cheapest packs in FIFA 22 Ultimate Team are the packs containing bronze items, with players up to 64 rated.

While these may seem like they have little value, EA included them as a great way to make a small, gradual profit.

Here’s what’s inside each bronze, as well as their values:

  • Bronze Pack (400)
    • 12 items, 1 rare
  • Premium Bronze Pack (750)
    • 12 items, 3 rares

FUT 22 silver packs

Joao Felix in FIFA 22

Next up are packs featuring silver items. Players found in these packs can be rated anywhere up to 74.

If you have some coins to spare, opening these might offer up an obscure player who becomes important for an SBC later in the year.

Find every silver pack and its value below:

  • Silver Pack (2,500)
    • 12 items, 1 rare
  • Premium Silver Pack (3,750)
    • 12 items, 3 rares

FUT 22 gold packs

fifa 22 ultimate team packs player

These are the standard FUT packs containing items that will be invaluable in the early stages of Ultimate Team but still have the chance to produce walkouts.

Although they become less appealing as the year goes on, they’re a cheap way of securing rare Chemistry Styles and Manager Leagues.

Here’s every standard gold pack you can find on the FUT store:

  • Gold pack (5,000)
    • 12 items, 1 rare
  • Premium Gold Pack (7,500)
    • 12 items, 3 rare

FUT 22 promo packs

Theo Hernandez dribbling the ball in FIFA 22

Some more valuable FIFA 22 Ultimate Team packs land on the store regularly during promotional events or serve as rewards to SBCs.

These often contain far more rare gold players than the standard lineup and have higher probabilities of pricing walkouts or special cards.

Here’s every promo pack that could show up on the FUT store:

  • Gold 13 Pack (5,000)
    • 13 items, 1 rare
  • Jumbo Gold Pack (12,500)
    • 24 items, 3 rare
  • Gold Player Pack (12,500)
    • 12 players, 1 rare
  • Premium Electrum Players Pack (12,500)
    • 6 gold players, 6 silver players, 3 rares
  • Jumbo Premium Gold Pack (15,000)
    • 24 items, 7 rares
  • Prime Electrum Players Pack (20,000)
    • 6 gold players, 6 silver players, 6 rares
  • Premium Gold Players Pack (25,000)
    • 12 gold players, 3 rares
  • Rare Gold Pack (25,000)
    • 12 items, 12 rares
  • Gold Upgrade Pack (30,000)
    • 12 gold players, no rares
  • Rare Electrum Players Pack (30,000)
    • 6 gold players, 6 silver, 12 rares
  • Mega Pack (35,000)
    • 30 items, 18 rares
  • Prime Gold Players Pack (45,000)
    • 12 players, 6 rares
  • Jumbo Premium Gold Players Pack (50,000)
    • 24 players, 7 rares
  • Rare Players Pack (50,000)
    • 12 gold players, 12 rares
  • Rare Mega Pack (55,000)
    • 30 gold items, 30 rares
  • Jumbo Rare Players Pack (100,000)
    • 24 gold players, 24 rares
  • Ultimate Pack (125,000)
    • 30 gold players, 30 rares

FUT 22 reward packs

Chelsea players in FIFA 22

Certain FIFA 22 Ultimate Team packs never make their way onto the FUT store and can only be earned by completing SBCs or objectives.

These range in terms of quality, but they have no assigned coin value because they cannot be bought.

Here is every other valuable pack that can be earned on FIFA 22 Ultimate Team:

  • Small Mixed Player Pack
    • 2 gold players, 2 silver players, 2 bronze players, 1 rare
  • Small Electrum Players Pack
    • 3 gold players, 3 silver players, 1 rares
  • Mixed Players Pack
    • 4 gold players, silver players, 4 bronze players, 1 rare
  • Small Gold Players Pack
    • 6 players, 1 rare
  • Small Prime Mixed Players Pack
    • 2 gold players, 2 silver players, 2 bronze players, 3 rares
  • Small Prime Electrum Players Pack
    • 3 gold players, 3 silver players, 3 rares
  • Small Rare Mixed Players Pack
    • 2 gold players, 2 silver players, 2 bronze players, 6 rares
  • Rare Mixed Players Pack
    • 4 gold players, 4 silver players, 4 bronze players, 12 rares
  • Small Rare Electrum Players Pack
    • 3 gold players, 3 silver players, 6 rares
  • Small Rare Gold Players Pack
    • 6 players, 6 rares
  • Jumbo Premium Gold 26 Pack
    • 26 players, 7 rares
  • Electrum Players Pack
    • 6 gold players, 6 silver players, 1 rare
  • Prime Mixed Players Pack
    • 4 gold, 4 silver, 4 bronze players, 6 rares
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That was our guide on all of the FIFA 22 Ultimate Team packs. EA will likely add more FIFA 22 Ultimate Team packs throughout the year, so be sure to check back here for the latest updates.

For more on FIFA 22, check out our guides on the best tactics you should use, as well as the latest patch notes.

Image credits: EA

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