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Hully

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  1. Tim Longo, Infinite's creative director, has apparently left 343... https://kotaku.com/halo-infinite-creative-director-leaves-company-1837312778
  2. I was really hoping this Grassroots thing was going to keep Roy and LBX around until Infinite, and then a miracle would happen, the game would be decent, and they'd continue competing. Unfortunately I really don't see that happening now. It's cool to see Snipedown playing Apex though, and on a controller no less.
  3. You can't show sprint if you don't show gameplay. 343 is playing 3d chess.
  4. Apparently the meeting is happening today. I hope Optic comes back to Halo. I also really like what TOX did after being released from Optic. I'll always have a soft spot for old school console shooter teams, so whether it's with the old roster, or Hecz signs some new players, I'd love to see that brand back in the HCS when Infinite gets here.
  5. Have you guys been keeping up with the Optic news? Apparently there's a bidding war over the Optic brand, and Hecz is one of the three major parties trying to buy. I'm wondering if Hecz regains control of the organization, will he try and get TOX to rejoin Optic? Or will he try to get Optic back into Halo at all?
  6. Why would anyone bother with Reach when Halo 2 is just sitting there in all its glory?
  7. If Halo 2 BTB makes its way to the main stage I'll lose my fucking mind.
  8. I'm so happy for the REC boys. Roybox, Snipedown and Ola played amazing all event.
  9. I love Tox but man I really hope REC takes this home.
  10. It's crazy how I can go from initially thinking that game was super boring, to thinking it was one of the most intense Pit TS games I've ever seen.
  11. Halo 2 is such an amazing game. I'd love to see the next event with even more showmatches like this, and even some H2 BTB as well.
  12. A lot of players in the Overwatch League end up moving to the city of the team they're playing for. I don't necessarily mind the city based branding, but it does seem somewhat superfluous without home and away games. In traditional sports you get home ice or home field advantage, and to play in front of a crowd of your supporters. That doesn't really happen with esports, at least not yet. And then you get teams based in a city, when all of the players are not only not from that city, but not even from that country. Take the Shanghai Dragons of the OWL for example, a Chinese city with a roster of mostly Korean players. And again, this happens in traditional sports as well, but without the brick and mortar arenas.
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