Yes Halo 4 is on the decline. That's what happens with the crowd 343 is trying to cater to with Halo 4. They want the CoD audience and now a lot of the people who play the game for just a bit are growing tired of it. The longevity of Halo 3 came from the fact it was a competitive arena shooter, which Halo 4 definitely isn't.
1.) Finals 2.) It'll get higher after the Christmas noobs come in 3.) Back Ops II came out and unfortunately, people are still hooked on CoD. 4.) People are playing other games
Honestly, 150k+ people is a lot and enough. Especially for me coming from a shooter with a very small population.
This is truth, a couple of my buddies are playing Blops2 and/or getting halo4 for christmas...im currently jumping between this and the new skyrim dlc that just came out, its hard to gauge a game like this when so many other good games are coming out at the same time
Gust of Wind Da...*cough* *cough* I really need to stop smoking
Meh. I'm still in mourning from a game TRULY dying when Bungie hit the Kill switch on the Halo 2 Xbox Live Servers. The Series has died in increments. It died when Halo 2's multiplayer was shut off. It died a tiny tiny bit between the Halo 3 Beta and it's Retail Version. Then came the big increment that was ODST...that was when the cash cow couldn't stop lactating... In my opinion, the series recieved the nail in the coffin with Reach with its load-outs and armor abilities. I'm ok with games making changes, but when they make changes to pander to the COD fans, and thus give the finger to the original fanbase, I die a little inside... Halo 1 is my FAVORITE FPS campaign. I've played it with my friends SOOOO many times.... Halo 2 is my FAVORITE Multiplayer Experience to this day... Halo 3 was great, but not quite the same. Then it died. So any Halo (other than Combat Evolved Anniversary Campaign) that is still around now, is a Flood-like zombie of the True Halo... RIP Halo. You've been gone for years, but you haven't left our hearts.