That_Damn_Kid posted...I wonder how many people will buy Xbox One just for this game, like what happened with Halo 3.
That why Halo 3, Reach and 4 all sold over 9 million copies each. They don't stray too far from the formula.
But each one is different enough to introduce slightly different play styles.
Halo 3 was big on the dual wielding, portables and the ability to carry 3 different grenades.
Halo Reach was big on armor abilities.
Halo 4 expanded armor abilities, classes and added custom load outs and new vehicles.
All 3 games don't share every weapon either which shakes things up a bit much like CoD.
My dream for Halo 5 is everything from 4 with all the missing weapons from Halo 3, and Reach added in. Plus portables.
I hope there is matchmaking for campaign. I only buy Halo to play the co-op campaign, and get a little into the pvp.
Finding the weapons on the map encouraged map control. In halo 3 a team could not just camp one area Cod style because the other team would gain the power weapons and take control. It was good for competitive play. They need to find a balance between loadouts and power weapons. I know some were placed on the map but the main focus was earning power weapons through ordinance drops which greatly altered how halo was played.
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Rome218 posted...I hope there is matchmaking for campaign. I only buy Halo to play the co-op campaign, and get a little into the pvp.
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I wonder how many people will buy Xbox One just for this game, like what happened with Halo 3.
It's going to be very tempting for me, I'll tell you that. Between Halo, Titanfall, and Forza I just might cave and get one.