I know everyone is screaming about the battle pass progression and such, but I wanted to take the time to talk about the future of halo.
I was recently playing rocket league and decided to get in on one of those tournaments they have going on every day/so often. Then I had a thought.
Halo would thrive with this type of tournament system.
I think it would keep halo fresh and competitive. It would also make it much more fun for people who can’t get in on the big tournaments because of job/time related issues. Rewards could be simple as in large sums of XP or boosts or possibly even armor or coatings for weapons/armor in the future.
This is just a thought of mine, but I know I would LOVE to hop on with 3 other friends and be able to play in a small tournament that we could finish within just a couple hours. Maybe 343 will see this and consider it!
HCS has a huge roadmap in place.
You might need to describe what this rocket league system is for those of us that don’t know, and how it’s different from the HCS stuff.
True, my bad. I figured rocket league was so big at one point, basically everyone knew lol.
So basically they just hold tournaments you can enter online, either with a team or you can solo queue and it’ll randomly put you with people. It’ll generate a bracket of I believe 8 teams to each side and, well, you play (obviously). The higher you place the more points/better rewards you can get. Not sure of you get anything special if you win, the highest I’ve placed in like 3rd or 4th.
These tournaments happen once or twice a day and there’s usually one late at night. I’ve only just started doing the tournaments so I’m a little short on exact details of how it works and I apologize for that. But I still think Halo would benefit from this.
Sounds truly awesome, let’s hope 343 introduce this.
It does seem odd, most multiplayer games have the functionality to host a tournament and there is definitely demand but the game devs don’t implement tournaments.
Surely it would be too hard to set it up and the. It would just run itself.