Halo Infinite has a new rapid melee trick that allows players to beat down their opponents faster than they can return the favor.
It seems like there’s always a new technique to learn to improve your game, where Halo Infinite is concerned.
Not only are people just now learning about the Halo Infinite Double Jump trick, but you can now melee much faster too!
On top of that, Halo players are using the AI Scan to see through walls mid-game and spot enemies early.
And finally, this new Halo Infinite Double Shot technique lets players fire twice as fast! Master all of these tricks and you’ll dominate any game you play – which is particularly handy in modes like the new Attrition!
Halo Infinite: How to Melee Faster Than Your Enemy
If you want to melee faster than your enemy can, this new trick will help you win any close-range encounter in Halo Infinite.
In order to improve your melee speed in Halo Infinite, you need to do one of two things:
- First, fire all the bullets in your magazine, preferable with the Sidekick.
- Then, after your first melee attack, hit reload, and immediately cancel the animation with another melee.
- If done correctly, players can chain melee into reload endlessly, for much faster attacks.
- This is fastest with the Sidekick but also works with other weapons too. However, you must have no ammo left in the magazine for the melee trick to work.
- After each melee attack, players can also swap weapons to their secondary.
- Switching weapons also shortens the window between melee attacks, and you don’t need to have no ammo for this technique!
Right now, Halo Infinite is getting massive Store changes and fans are finally happy!
Meanwhile, it’s looking as though Attrition could set the stage for a Halo Infinite Battle Royale.
And I hope you’re ready for a grind as Halo Infinite is currently heading into 6 weeks of constant events!
Check out the Halo Infinite fast melee trick in action, thanks to this new video by StandardAce below:
But while Halo Infinite cheaters are making one game mode unplayable right now, there’s a silver lining. A fix is coming to the Halo hacker issue very soon.