How To Skip Intro Videos in Halo 4 (Steam/Xbox Game Pass Windows)

Last Updated on November 20, 2020

The new DLC for Halo just dropped and is selling like Hotcakes on Steam. The game has a massive fanbase and there’s no denying that. The game is created by Bungie and published by Xbox Game Studios. Halo 4 is the remastered version which comes with better graphics and optimization. You can buy the game from Steam or Game Pass, the game will cost very less if you try it with the game pass.

Intro Videos can become irritating since they are repetitive and no one likes watching things way too many times. In this article, we will find out how to disable intro videos in Halo 4. This will work for both Steam and Xbox Game Pass version.

How To Skip Intro Videos in Halo 4

  • Head to the installation folder of Halo 4, if you are on Steam then go to your Steam Local Installation Folder.
  • Once you are inside the Installation Folder, head to > MCC > Content > Movies
  • Here you will find a file named “FMS_logo_microsoft_7_1_.bk2”, rename or delete this file
  • You’re done.

Keep in mind that this file will be reported missing if you try to repair or update your game. If there’s an update from the developer you will have to follow these steps again.

Do comment below if this helped you out. Also, share this guide with your friends so they can get rid of the annoying and repetitive videos.

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Written by Vikas

Hey, I am Vikas. I have been writing about computing and gaming since I was 16. My work has been featured on IGN, Kotaku, MSN, and Forbes, to name a few. I love playing PC games (especially online multiplayer ones). Professionally, I have worked as a Brand Enabler and hold a computer science degree. In my spare time, I read books and play with my cats. You can read more about me here.

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