Some players are reporting facing a DirectX 12 error when running Halo Infinite on PC, so here’s a guide to fix it.
Whenever a game is freshly launched or released it always comes with certain errors and glitches which can be frustrating for players. Nothing can be done when it comes to new releases because of flooding server issues where a quick fix or complete absence of errors can’t be achieved completely, but rather some ways or solutions can help it lessen the overall error effect.
The same is the case with Halo Infinite if you’re playing it on PC then there is an error that will pop up on your screen that says “Could not find compatible Graphics Device due to following missing feature: Hardware Tiled Resources Tier 2”.
How To Fix DirectX 12 Error In Halo Infinite
This guide will assist you in finding a solution in case you encounter such a glitch on your PC hardware.
Here is what you need to do to fix it.
- Turn off Steam from running in the background
- Clear out all the game caches and junk files by using Temp, %Temp%, prefetch commands.
- Update your drivers by using a driver identifier. Get a new version of outdated drivers.
Steps That Can Fix DirectX 12 Error:
Method 1: Up to date Drivers by downloading the latest drivers. Depending on your GPU, you can try AMD or Nvidia.
Method 2: Install the latest version of DirectX 12, the same as for your GPU drivers.
Method 3: if your hardware is not compatible with Halo infinite based on the minimum system requirements, then there would be a need for upgraded hardware. In that case, upgrade your PC.