Log-in packs and win packs are fine since they don't unlock anything permanent. Weapons for warzone and vehicles are fine. It's armor, weapon skins, stances, emblems, (and maybe armor mods I'm not sure) that are the problem.ZippySkippy wrote:Op I had a hunch a long time ago that this maybe causing some of this. Thank you so much for sharing this. And this totally makes sense to me. Are you saying don't open any packs what so ever? Like your daily log in packs and daily win packs? Just don't open anything? Again thanks so much for sharing this info. Just the other night I was thinking on doing this just to see how the game played.IWI IUI wrote:I'm back after taking a break from this game and attending to some stuff IRL. I've decided to release what I previously stated I would never tell anyone since it appears this issue is never going to get fixed.
If you want to make the aiming a bit better, make a smurf and make that your new tag for halo. Don't Open any packs that give you permanent unlocks. Eg. Emblems, Weapon skins, Armor pieces. The more you have unlocked the heavier your aim is going to get. I assume this is because every permanent item you unlock gets loaded into the ram when your player profile loads and there simply isn't enough or some other issue exists. Every time you purchase one of those new content packs, it will get worse.
Heavy Aim caused by netcode
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