Halo Anticheat 2 [HAC 2] Ultimate Guide!

Halo anti-cheat 2 does not have any anti-cheat in it as the name implies but it does add many useful features to your Halo game that you would otherwise not have.
  • Map Downloading :

To help promote custom maps, HAC 2 boasts an in-game map downloading system. If a player attempts to join a server running a map they don't have, HAC 2 will intervene and download the map for you from a network of map mirrors and then continue connecting you to the game. Currently the system grants access to around 1,000 maps and growing.

  • Server Bookmarking/Favourites List :

Pressing F4 in a game will allow you to add (or remove with another press) a server to a list of bookmarks. Pressing F5 will allow you to view this list, including live status information to help you pick a game to play in. To quick join a bookmarked server, simply press alt and the corresponding number. To join bookmarks with a number higher than 10, hold the control key down (e.g., alt + ctrl + 5 is 15).

Bookmark controls:

  • F4 – Add current server to your bookmakers / favourites list.
  • F5 – View your bookmakers / favourites list.
  • ALT + Bookmark number – Join bookmarked server.
  • DEL + Bookmark number – Delete bookmarked server.
  • CTRL + ALT/DEL + Bookmark number – Selects bookmarks in the range 11-20 (example, ctrl + alt + 4 will join bookmark 14).

  • FOV (Field Of View) Editor :

Fairly standard feature but an important one to have. Pressing F6 in-game will allow you to adjust the field of view to your liking. If you're a console command kind of person, you can just type the value directly into the console with 'fov degrees'. Your preferences will be saved so you only need to do it once.

  • Automated Version Changing :

Having a community split between game versions necessitated a version changer to grant players a wider choice of games to choose from. HAC 2 takes this idea one step further by detecting the version of the server you're attempting to join and silently switching your game to the correct version, ensuring you can join any game, regardless of version differences.

  • Unified Server List : 

Another problem, related to the version changing, was only being able to see the server list for a single version of the game. HAC 2 solves this by showing you servers from all versions of the game. Combined with the automated version changer, you needn't worry about which version of the game you're using again.

  • Optic Integration :

Optic integration brings the announcements and medals from newer titles to your Halo 1 multiplayer experience. By having Optic as a feature built-in to HAC 2, bring you a wider variety of announcements and medals. As it stands, you can choose medals From Halo 3, Halo 4 & Halo Reach.

How To Install Medals?!? -

To install a medal pack, simply download it to your HAC folder under the ‘packs’ directory (create it if it doesn’t exist) but do not extract it. For example:

Halo PC: C:\Users\Your_Username\Documents\My Games\Halo\hac\packs
Halo CE: C:\Users\Your_Username\Documents\My Games\Halo CE\hac\packs

If we installed the Halo Reach pack to our CE HAC folder, it’d look like this:

C:\Users\Your_Username\Documents\My Games\Halo CE\hac\packs\haloreach.zip

You can then use the following commands:

optic – display all available medal packs.
optic load <pack name> – load a medal pack. For example, optic load halo4.
optic unload - stop the medal system. You do not need to use unload to simply load another pack.

The optic load command only needs to be used once. HAC will remember your preference for the next time you start the game.

  • Custom Chat ( Reach Style Chat )

  • HUD (Heads Up Display) Editor
  • Sightjacker
  • And Maymore!.................

Speacial Thanks To Btcc22 For This Awesome Stuff :)
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  1. How can I make my own medal pack?

    I need all the callbacks that hac2 supports