In this weeks bulletin Bravo covers the Halo 4 Global Championships that took place last weekend in Seattle, WA. He also touches on the newly announced Game of the Year edition of Halo 4 coming out this October. You can check out this weeks full bulletin here.
he tournament kickoff at RTX was the first time that the Halo 4 Global Championship came to life. Between the oversized Global Championship banners, the eagerness, anxiety and passion of the competitors, and the advancing of the first six finalists, we knew that the Global Championship was underway, and players all over the globe had now set their (perhaps lofty) sights on the title of Halo 4 Global Champion. The six finalists who emerged had earned a ticket straight to the finals, and also a target on their back as players who would compete in the online qualifier and beyond would know that they’d need to battle against Halo powerhouses such as StrongSide and Snip3down. There was still lots of Halo to be played, and hopefuls everywhere knew the road would likely not be easy.