Shoot while sprinting (weird solution)

A decent amount of people have proposed allowing players to sprint and shoot simultaneously in Halo 6. What if players could shoot and sprint, but their reticle would have less of an optimal range (meaning that it would not be red for as long). Players wouldn’t be able to scope either. Do you guys think this might work.

This is not a sprint vs no sprint argument. Assume sprint is going to be in Halo 6.

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> A decent amount of people have proposed allowing players to sprint and shoot simultaneously in Halo 6. What if players could shoot and sprint, but their reticle would have less of an optimal range (meaning that it would not be red for as long). Players wouldn’t be able to scope either. Do you guys think this might work.
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> This is not a sprint vs no sprint argument. Assume sprint is going to be in Halo 6.

The ability not to sprint and shoot at the same time is part of the balancing. You gain a higher movement speed but aren’t able to defend yourself (Spartan charge aside). If you really want to be able to sprint and fire at the same time it should be like real life. No sane person would run while trying to aim a weapon. So let’s make the shot completely wild with an equal chance of hitting a nearby rock as your target.

By a number of people do you mean two?

It could work but you would be able to do it for small weapons such as Magnum, SMG, Plasma Pistol/Rifle (The Brute one not the big rifle) but it would be so inacurate I would’nt even do it.

Maybe as an armor mod for warzone, but it wouldn’t bode well in arena.

Solution doesn’t actually fix anything wrong with sprint. Well, not much anyways.

how about no

Being able to shoot while sprinting solves one problem. However, we still have less focus on vehicles because sprinting gets you around too fast, we still have the lessened penalty for dying because you can get back to the action quicker, we still have the stretched out maps with the messed up sightlines, we still have the shorter killtimes, etc.

The sprint debate goes much deeper than just taking away our ability to shoot while getting around the map.