Errors are not something new to Halo Infinite. Lately, several players have complained that they are unable to install Halo Infinite (Campaign) using their Xbox app. They received an Error Code 0x80070424 saying “Something unexpected happened” on the screen. Following this, frustrated players turn to all digital platforms for credible solutions to the same error.

If there is something wrong with the Xbox app or Xbox Gaming services, then you might receive the Error Code 0x80070424, and you won’t download Halo Infinite (Campaign). The issue seems to be simple, but it is very frustrating for users who try to download the latest Halo Infinite game on their system. Anyway, in this article, we have gathered a few solutions to tackle the same issue. So let’s go to the detailed fixes given below.

Fix 1: Ensure you Use the Same Account on Microsoft Store and Xbox:

There are several fixes for the Halo Infinite (Campaign) Not Installing Error Code 0x80070424 issue, but first, you need to make sure you are using the same account in the Xbox app and Microsoft Store. If not, you will need to sign out of the Xbox app and the Microsoft Store and log in with the same account. After that, try to install Halo Infinite (Campaign) on your system using the Xbox app.

If your PC date and time are set incorrectly, then you will get the Error Code 0x80070424 on the screen, and you won’t allow to install Halo Infinite (Campaign) on your Windows. To check your date and time, you can follow these steps,

  • Firstly, right-click on the Time and date option from the right side of your Taskbar.
  • Then you need to select Adjust date and time option from the list.
  • Now turn On the toggle beside the Set time automatically.
  • And set Time Zone and click on Sync now. (in Windows 11)
  • Once done, restart the system and try to install the game again.
  • If the same issue persists, then you need to set the Country correctly.

Fix 3: Run Wsreset in Windows:

Another solution to tackle the Error Code 0x80070424 is running the Wsreset command on your Windows. The same solution has helped in the case of many distressed users. To do so,

  • Firstly, type Wsreset in the Windows search box and open the first search result.
  • Now a Black Screen window will appear before you.
  • Never close the black screen; after a few seconds, it will lead you to the Microsoft Store app.
  • Inside Microsoft, go to the Xbox app and now try to install Halo Infinite (Campaign).

Fix 4: Check for Updates:

As per some suffered users, checking for updates in Microsoft Store helped them resolve the Halo Infinite (Campaign) Not Installing Error Code 0x80070424 issue quickly. To do so,

  • Firstly, go to the Microsoft Store and click on the three horizontal dots.
  • Then select Library from the left pane menu and check for updates.
  • You need to check Gaming Services option is up to date.
  • As well as ensure the Microsoft Store app is also up to date.
  • Once done, restart the system and try to install the latest Halo version and see the result.

Fix 5: Reset and Repair Xbox app, Halo Infinite, Microsoft Store and Gaming Services:

Sometimes simply repairing and resetting the Xbox app, Halo Infinite and Microsoft Store might help you install Halo Infinite (Campaign) using the Xbox app on your Windows PC. To do so,

  • Firstly, press Windows + I to launch the Settings app.
  • Then select Apps from the left pane of the screen, and click on Apps & features option.
  • In the list of apps, choose the Xbox app and click on Advanced options. (In Windows 11, click on the three dots beside the app and select Advanced options).
  • Now scroll down and click on Repair and then Reset buttonThis process may take a while.
  • Repeat the same process for Halo Infinite, Microsoft Store app and Gaming Services.
  • Once done, restart the system and try to install the game again using the Xbox app.

Fix 6: Update Xbox app:

At times updating the Xbox app might help you to install the latest Halo Infinite game quickly on your system. To do so,

  • Firstly, open Microsoft Store and in the search box type Xbox app.
  • Then open the Xbox app and check any updates available; if yes, then update it to the latest version.
  • Once done, try to install the game and see the result.

Fix 7: Reinstall Gaming Services:

Some suffered users finally managed to escape from the Halo Infinite (Campaign) Not Installing Error Code 0x80070424 issue by uninstalling and reinstalling Gaming services. So we strongly recommend the same. To do so,

  • Firstly, type PowerShell in the search box and open the relevant search result.
  • Make sure to open the PowerShell window with administrative privilege.
  • Inside the PowerShell window, type or copy then paste the following command and press Enter to uninstall the gaming services,

get-appxpackage Microsoft.GamingServices | remove-AppxPackage -allusers

  • Once done, now you can type or copy then paste the following command again, and press Enter to reinstall the gaming services,

start ms-windows-store://pdp/?productid=9MWPM2CQNLHN

  • After executing all the commands, restart the system and try to install Halo Infinite (Campaign) again.

Fix 8: Run Windows Store Troubleshooter:

Sometimes running the Windows built-in troubleshooter tool helps you to escape from the Halo Infinite (Campaign) Not Installing Error Code 0x80070424 issue. To do so,

  • Firstly, press Windows + I altogether to launch the Settings app.
  • Then select the Update & Security option from the left pane menu.
  • Now click on Troubleshoot and choose the Additional troubleshooters option.
  • On the next window, scroll down and select Windows Store troubleshooter and click on the Run button.
  • Once done, restart the system and try to install the game again.

Fix 9: Run PowerShell Command:

While running a command in the PowerShell window helped most of the suffered users to escape from the Halo Infinite (Campaign) Not Installing Error Code 0x80070424 issue. So you can try the same trick in your case also. To do so,

  • Firstly, type PowerShell in the Search box and open the PowerShell window with Administrative access.
  • Inside the PowerShell window, type or copy then paste the following command and then press Enter,

Get-AppxPackage -AllUsers| Foreach {Add-AppxPackage -DisableDevelopmentMode -Register “$($_.InstallLocation)\AppXManifest.xml”}

  • Lets the process complete on its own so be patient.
  • Once done, open Xbox app and try to install the game again.

Fix 10: Reinstall Xbox app:

If any of the above solutions do not help you, then you need to uninstall and reinstall the Xbox app on your system. This might help you to resolve the Error Code 0x80070424 in the Xbox app. To do so,

  • Firstly, press Windows + I to launch the Settings app.
  • Then select Apps from the left pane of the screen, and click on Apps & features option.
  • In the list of apps, select and right-click on the Xbox app, then select Uninstall option to remove the app from your system.
  • Then restart the system and reinstall the Xbox app from Microsoft Store.
  • Once done, open the Xbox app and try to install the game again.

So these are the fixes for the Halo Infinite (Campaign) Not Installing Error Code 0x80070424 issue. However, if you have any queries or doubts after reading this article, then please leave a comment in the below-given comment box.