The field of view of Halo Infinite makes the legs of the Master Chiefs disappear

This new lore may explain Master Chief's new armor in Halo Infinite If you've ever played a Halo Infinite Match online, have tried to slide in cover and dodge sticky nades, and have opened down, you may have thought about the idea: Why did Master Chief have no legs? Master Chief has legs, you just have to know how and where you are looking for.

In a reddit post, user, blazkowicz01 'has recorded a video of the phenomenon of the vanishing leg, which plagues the lower half of the Master Chief. It turns out that this has everything to do with the field settings in the menu of the game. When navigating the video options in the video, Blazkowicz01 lowers his FOV while looking at the floor, and suddenly the legs of the Chief appear. It turns out that 79 is the magical FOV number that makes the legs of the green guy appear. Once you have reached 80 - PUH. Gone.

Visual field is a setting that changes the perspective of the camera in the game. It affects how much of the vicinity of the player is captured, most clearly left and right. Increasing this setting gives the player a better view of his periphery, at the expense that everything in the middle of the screen looks quenched and smaller.

And it's this setting that causes the camera no longer captured the legs of Master Chief's character model when set too high. This means that the players who are looking for a competitive advantage in Ranklist Mode of Halo Infinite probably not even knew that Spartan 117 has legs at all, as their offer has led to the top spot that they have increased their field of view on the maximum Before you started playing.

If you are still playing the ranking mode of Halo Infinite, you will be glad to know that Season 2 comes 3. May. However, there was a delay in the campaign coeP mode, which is now added later in the Timeline of Season 2. This happened after Esports professionals had gone to Twitter to publicly increase the state of the game and the lack of 343 industries communication.

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