A lack of content shown is not proof of a lack of content. To state it another way: just because 343 hasn't shown us much doesn't mean they have nothing to show. And to be fair (I feel like I've been having to say that a lot lately lol), 343 has released more than just two trailers. They've done interviews, social streams, and a variety of other stuff talking about Infinite. That's how we know there will be microtransactions, split screen, etc in the game.Axiios wrote:People will read this and say - "The game is a year away...chill bro..." & although I complete agree and understand that stance...here is the reality - 343 has NOTHING to show for this game or the state that it's in...that should be a point of concern for the Halo community.
Furthermore, and has been mentioned before by myself and others, I think 343 learned some hard lessons with H5's marketing campaign and are taking a more conservative approach to releasing details about their game.
As far as building hype goes, just look at this thread... we're building all the hype ourselves with hardly any input from 343. It's quite a genius marketing strategy when you think about it. For very little comparative cost, we're doing all the marketing for them by speculating on the game, generating traffic on Halo-centric Youtube channels, and many other ways.Axiios wrote:IF they had a great game in the making, the would give us something to hold onto or to be hyped about. It's a shame how they have 0 to tell us or show us about this mysterious game that people are excited about.
If they don't release a VIDoc or info on the game, or gameplay soon...I can see people loosing interest.