How to Fix Challenges Not Tracking on Halo Infinite

Can’t collect rewards since your challenges are not tracking on Halo Infinite?

Most games go through a tedious process before making their way to the market. This is particularly true for most triple-A games. Having a game that is highly anticipated, it’s crucial for the devs to get everything right at launch to live up to the hype. 

However, this is close to impossible to achieve. At launch, some things are uncontrollable, and errors may occur in the game at any moment. 

Sadly, this is also the case for Halo Infinite

Since its release in December 2021, fans have encountered numerous errors in the game. Fortunately, Halo’s team is quick to act, and most problems on the platform are resolved in less than a day. 

Now, there are persistent bugs that don’t seem to go away even after several patches. 

If you’re here, your challenges are probably not tracking on Halo Infinite. This can be annoying, especially if you want to obtain limited-time items from weekly or daily challenges. 

Today, we will show you what to do if your challenges are not tracking on Halo Infinite. 

Let’s get started!

1. Check Halo Infinite Servers. 

Like any issue on Halo Infinite, challenges that are not tracking on the game are usually caused by server-related issues. For this particular problem, Halo has already acknowledged that it is caused by technical issues on their end. 

If you notice that your progress is not getting updated, you can use third-party tools like Downdetector to check the game servers. 

Halo Infinite Status

Sadly, server-related issues can’t be resolved on your end. This means that the best thing you can do if the servers are down is to wait. 

On the other hand, you can proceed to the following solutions below if there’s nothing wrong with the servers. 

2. Restart the Game. 

If you’ve just completed a task and it did not reflect on your progress bar, the game might just need a refresh to reload your data. In this case, we recommend restarting the game to see if your progress will reflect. 

If not, proceed to the next method below. 

3. Restart Your PC. 

While this might sound simple, restarting your PC actually does more things than you might think. When you restart your system, it allows your device to reload its resources, which eliminates temporary bugs and resets your system cache and data. 

If your challenges are not tracking on Halo Infinite, check out the guide below to restart your Windows PC: 

  1. First, click on the Windows icon on your Taskbar to open the Start Menu
  2. After that, go to the Power Options tab. 
  3. Lastly, click on Restart to reboot your computer. 
Restart your PC

Once done, go back to Halo Infinite to check if the problem is solved. 

4. Verify Your Game Files. 

You can also try checking Halo Infinite’s game files if your challenges are not updating. You can use Steam’s built-in tool, which scans Halo Infinite’s installation package and fix corrupted or missing files. 

Follow the steps below to use Steam’s scan tool: 

  1. On your computer, launch Steam and access your account. 
  2. In your Library, right-click on Halo Infinite and choose Properties
  3. Finally, go to Local Files and click on Verify Integrity of Game Files.
Verify Game Files

Restart your computer afterward and check if the problem is solved. 

5. Reinstall Halo Infinite. 

At this point, the last thing you can do is reinstall the game on your computer. This way, you can ensure that there are no broken or missing game files on your system and you have the latest working version of Halo Infinite. 

Check out the steps below to remove Halo Infinite from your PC: 

  1. First, go to your Steam Library
  2. After that, right-click on Halo Infinite and click on Manage
  3. Lastly, choose Uninstall and follow the prompts. 
black screen issues on Halo Infinite

After deleting Halo Infinite, access the Steam Store on your PC and reinstall the game. 

That ends our guide for fixing your challenges if it’s not tracking on Halo Infinite. If you have questions or any other concerns, leave a comment below, and we’ll get back to you as soon as possible. 

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  • John Sixto

    John is a staff writer at Saint and comes from a SAP ABAP development background. He has a Bachelors in IT and has been writing since 2018, with over 500 posts published. He loves to build PCs and has a deep curiosity in understanding how different components and configurations work. John spends hundreds of hours at a time, researching and testing the software and apps, before he proceeds to write about it. LinkedIn X (Twitter)

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