looks like it won't be visible in game; only by checking people out on waypoint.
While it is inconvenient to have to check way point, for those who have lived through the ridiculous cheating and derankers on previous halos, if even some of them are deterred, it will be worth it.
>plays ranked without a team >is surprised when things go wrong
Man, you guys can be brutal. Unfortunately, my friends and I don't have the time to dedicate to Halo that we used to, so its very hard for us to coordinate having everyone on at the same time. Usually we are able to get 2, sometimes 3 of us together at once for a play session, but unfortunately getting 4 is very rare. That doesn't mean that we don't still enjoy the competitive aspect of Halo, or that we are no longer good enough to play competitively anymore though.
And if the other team has derankers or cheaters (although the likelihood of cheating on Halo 4 seems infinitely lower than that of Halo 2), that still ruins the experience. If I only have 30 min to play on a given day, I don't want to waste 10 of them facing a team who suicides and then quits.
"Its not the size of the dog in the fight, its the size of the fight in the dog." -Mark Twain