Last night in a conversation with CouRageJD, the Halo esports and viewership lead hinted at significant changes or something new in the Halo Infinite coming soon.
The Twitter thread was started by the co-owner of a well-known esports organization, 100T, Jack “CouRage” Dunlop. He posted a series of tweets explaining his disappointment with Halo Infinite. How frustrating it is to see a game franchise going down that he always loved and played from childhood.
Dunlop compared Halo Infinite with Halo 3 and that Halo 3, developed in 2007, was ahead of its time. People could do way more things in Halo 3, but there’s nothing in Halo Infinite.
In response to CouRage’s tweet, Tashi said, “Stay tuned – big stuff on the way.” Followed Dunlop’s reply stating that he was sorry to post these tweets and that he understands how hard developers of Halo work for the game. But some decisions and approaches from the franchises’ upper-level people need to be looked at.
“As near 20-year fan of Halo, my heart just hurts. I think about it so much,” added Dunlop.
Tashi commented that he could understand, and this studio also wanted more. He is super bullish on this game and franchise. He thinks Forge is going to change the game forever. He also mentioned that Halo Infinite will have more maps, modes, weapons, and other in-game equipment coming on the way.
The game publishers will announce these changes soon, and Tashi added, “lots to be excited for – we gotta deliver.“
We now have a fair idea of what’s coming to the game. These new changes will be in the form of new weapons, modes, and other unknown items. We’re not sure whether the general public could also create their own modes or they are just provided by the franchise or its pre-approved developers. Let’s see what it takes to make this game align with the same standards set by the franchise in Halo 3.
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