Although most Halo fans havefound some sort of satisfaction playing Halo 5, this unfortunately can’t be said forall. Many fans have not been able to adapt to the newer mechanicsforcing them to get left in the dust playing their older Halogames. A person by the name of Cody Dragonbelieves that he may be able to help out these old school Halofans.
WIthin the past few days, Codyhas reached out to several notable Halo players and personalitiesattempting to get the word out of his new idea. With the financialhelp of a small company by the name of Weedmaps, Cody is attemptingto create a Halo League that will host online and LAN tournamentsfor Halo 1, 2 and 3. Within these tweets, Cody talked about howevery week, $2,000 would be up for grabs which would be more thanany online tournament hosted for Halo 5. He also talked about amajor finals event that would be located in California.
Many may believe that doingsomething like this for older Halo games may be a major stepbackwards but others may argue that this will bring back the olderand significantly larger Halo community that has been away from thescene for years. One thing that all of us can agree on is that whatCody is attempting to do will require a lot of dedication andsupport from not only himself, but from the entire community. Weare not 100% certain if he is serious about this idea, but if youwould like to see this idea become a reality, I would highlyrecommend that you look more into this and potentially show somesupport.
What do you think about CodyDragon’s idea to bring back the old school Halo community?Let me know in the comments section below.