Can you turn off AI voices in Halo Infinite?

Answered by Randy McIntyre

It is possible to mute the AI voices in Halo Infinite multiplayer on PC. Here is a step-by-step guide on how to do it:

Step 1: Go to the Halo Infinite folder
Navigate to the folder where Halo Infinite is installed on your PC. By default, it should be located in the “Program Files” or “Program Files (x86)” directory.

Step 2: Find the AI Model that you want to mute
Within the Halo Infinite folder, locate the directory that contains the AI voice models. These models are typically stored in a folder named “AI” or something similar. Open this folder to access the AI voice files.

Step 3: Transfer the sound packs to a different folder
To mute the AI voices, you will need to move or rename the sound packs associated with the AI models. Create a new folder in a different location (e.g., on your desktop) and copy the sound packs from the original AI folder to this new folder. This step ensures that the game cannot access the AI voice files.

Step 4: Launch the game and equip the “muted” AI Models
Start Halo Infinite multiplayer and navigate to the customization options. Find the section where you can select the AI model or voice for your character. Instead of choosing the default AI models, look for the ones that have been muted by transferring the sound packs. Equip these “muted” AI models to ensure that their voices are silenced during gameplay.

By following these steps, you should be able to turn off the AI voices in Halo Infinite multiplayer on PC. This can be particularly useful if you find the AI announcer’s voice distracting or if you prefer a quieter gameplay experience. Remember to keep a backup of the original AI voice files in case you decide to revert the changes in the future.

Note: It’s important to mention that modifying game files or muting certain aspects of the game may go against the terms of service or end-user license agreement of Halo Infinite. Always make sure to respect the game’s guidelines and consult official sources or forums for any additional information or updates on this topic.