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Although 343 Industries has had to drop seasonal narrative cutscenes in Halo Infinite multiplayer, Season 4 is still a massive update with all sorts of new content, features and improvements.

Perhaps one of the most exciting parts of this update is that Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S now support raytraced sun shadows. When this is enabled, all shadows cast by the sun in multiplayer gameplay will appear more detailed.

This feature was previously added to the PC version of the game earlier this year. Unfortunately, though, it does not support the Halo Infinite campaign. 343 also mentions how "in some situations" this option may result in frame dips below the target FPS.

Here's how to activate it:

- Launch Halo Infinite.

- Navigate to Settings. The default bindings for which are the Menu button on controller and F1 on keyboard.

- Navigate to the Video tab.

- Scroll down to the Raytracing header and set the Raytraced Sun Shadows option to the preferred setting.

Halo Infinite
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Will you be enabling this setting or would you rather keep a consistent FPS? Comment below.

[source support.halowaypoint.com]