5 Reasons Halo: Reach Will Require More Skill Than Any Other Halo Game

AC: Halo: Reach is set to be a kickass Halo game and will feature lots of new in-game features that weren't available in any other Halo game, but it very well may be the hardest Halo game yet. Following are 5 features that'll make Halo: Reach require more skill than any other Halo game.

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DasBunker3986d ago (Edited 3986d ago )

kewl... i like the MP in halo, but the guns in the game put me off completely idk why...

DNAgent3986d ago (Edited 3986d ago )

Surely, they mean Trueskill as in ranking and not skill in general cause a mindless run & gun like Halo (and even CoD for that matter) don't take any skill at all. Just constantly run at people while firing and then whoever melees first wins.

003986d ago (Edited 3986d ago )

there are some truly insane players that show the difference between the average halo gamer and someone who knows the tricks of the trade.

SixZeroFour3985d ago

try (especially in reach with the weapons bloom) and run and gun in a halo match and come out on top like you would in a cod game...its only mindless run&gun if you want to have fun, but if you want to win, youll have to play differently and choose the right weapon to pick up

BiggCMan3986d ago

@ 2 guys above me, DNAgent and ps4
u guys are idiots. halo takes major skills to get good at. ive learned the hard way that shooting at the torso and legs just doesnt work, and i end up getting killed almost instantly cuz of the pros getting headshots on me.

The BS Police3986d ago

It's not just how you aim and shoot though that makes Halo take skill, it's also team movement, planning and communication that plays a big part in what makes Halo take skill to play, espeically in Objective gametypes.

Take a look at this video which proves my point.

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