This weekend, the competitive Halo community was geared to kick off the season. Accordingly, the Charlotte Major qualifiers were going to take place this weekend to start Halo Esports 2023. However, developers have pushed the start back by one week – read on to learn more!
Halo Esports 2023 – Fine-Tuning the Balancing
Indeed, in a frustrating move for the community, a member of the 343 Industries team revealed the change in plans on Twitter:
Overall, it seems 343 Industries are not ready to start hosting the qualifiers, claiming they want to ‘improve the experience’.
Moreover, this move is said to be timed with a balance update incoming in 15th February, which makes sense. In addition, this does provide further chance for teams to make changes and to settle in before competing again.
In response, the community is rather upset that such decisions are so late, with competitors especially affected.
Accordingly, this is part of a string of poor decisions from 343 Industries.
Indeed, last time, before Halo World Championship 2022, the prize pool was also adjusted at the last second.
We’ll be sure to keep you up to date in the coming days!
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