There are those on the internet that have voiced their own opinions on the newest game from 343 Industries. They make calls such as:
Nope! Halo is over, you should probably play something else.
Halo is shit, 343 doesn’t listen to its fans.
The people that are saying these things are clearly not paying attention to the solid facts that are right in front of their faces, 343 Industries has been listening to their requests and implementing them slowly into the game. They’re trying to please all the players in the community while trying not to lose the ones that like it the way it is. Ever since the release of Halo 5: Guardians on the Xbox One, 343 has always paid attention to what the gamers want.
For god sakes, they’ve just started implementing new req system changes so that those ‘more expensive’ weapons are cheaper for players. Meaning we will be able to see more players using weapons such as the Carbine, Suppressor and the Saw. Not to mention that when the fan-base demanded the addition of a Firefight system that they got it. The gamers that are complaining about the changes to Halo have brought bad vibes to the community and are ruining it for everyone else. I am a long time fan of Halo, and I have been since the release of Halo: Combat Evolved back on the original Xbox console.
While I can admit there have been ups and downs throughout the ages, Halo has always remained a great game in my eyes. The story comes and goes, gets better or worse, it improves dramatically and things evolve so much further. Like the plot to Halo 5, there is two sides to every story, even if one is seen as a traitor. Gamers around the world who take part in Halo’s community, it is time that you realise that your game is no longer owned by Bungie, Bungie left us behind to move on. They gave their legacy to another company that has done some great things to the series, such as bringing us the Master Chief Collection, Halo 4 and now Halo 5. The efforts of 343 Industries are to be commended, they are steering this series into a newer, greater direction and I am happy to be onboard with them, every step of the way.