Options

343 should give us the option to decide what we want to use/do in future halo games. Keep the new and refreshing ideas, but give the option for people who want the classics, to have their cake and eat it too. This includes from above, announcer, sprint, medals/armor, weapons/vehicles. Let the player toggle what they want or play a certain playlist that suits them best.

To implement this correctly it would take twice the work and essentially be making two games at once, which will end up playing like two half finished games.

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> To implement this correctly it would take twice the work and essentially be making two games at once, which will end up playing like two half finished games.

How would this take twice the work or be like making two games at once? They already have the old medals and the old announcer voice. Adding a option for which one to pick does not sound so difficult, the same goes for the rest, they have everything that is old, it is not like they are creating brand new options. Also, it is not like every single one of these has to be implemented.

It would take up to twice the space on the disc/hdd to have two of all of that, and manpower would be divided to make sure each game mechanic plays properly. Most importantly it would divide the community where too many playlists would have very few people in each.

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> It would take up to twice the space on the disc/hdd to have two of all of that, and manpower would be divided to make sure each game mechanic plays properly. Most importantly it would divide the community where too many playlists would have very few people in each.

Twice the space?? Haha the MCC runs two halo 2 engines at once and has all 4 halos with every multiplayer map on one disc! Dont even try to say that there isnt enough space or manpower to make some of this possible. Divide the community? No it wouldnt, it would only strengthen the number of people who play the game consistently for multiplayer. Halo 4’s low level of people playing multiplayer and most of the people played slayer or big team is a testament to people not liking the multiplayer and the already imbalanced number of people in each playlist. Why would that matter anyways? No halo game has ever had a equal share of players in each playlist and if the majority of people will play a certain playlist, why not put it in the game?