I feel most of us are on the same page when we say we want the tradition halo format to come back, Its kinds like windows Xp and 7 ... people loved those Operating Systems for a long time until Windows 8 came out making it the least favored OS. Until Windows Started from the old recipe, from their grassroots, and eventually created Windows 10, making it exactly like Windows 7 but more modern and traditional. So halo should be this way, to come back and construct a game that has these attributes. Halo must fall back to it's reasoning its called halo, what was the purpose of Halo CE, whats the purpose for Halo's 2 and 3... To tell what, a story, an adventure between species, religion, a prophecy that spanned hundreds of year. And an online system that connected everyone to share experiences, build grand marvelous structures, tracks, maps... in the forge, to play head to head competitive but for fun, to truly say it was the best series, that defined gaming, that defined Xbox exclusivity as well as The console itself. Halo was the go-to game at many parties, gatherings, storytellings. It was creative, complicated but simple, and was built by a developer that had dreams and response to feedback from its fan base. Halo was my favorite, it showed me that other games at the time didn't have the same storytelling, the same action sci-fi in space, cooperative gameplay and hours of fun during the weekends with the boys, and the family. Now The newest titles say Halo and are Branded as such, but it doesn't mean its an actual halo title. Kind like Coca-Cola back in the day the company changed their recipe and made a grievous mistake, people hated the taste of a beloved drink, cause they changed it to something that "They thought , it was a good Idea" in which they paid the price for that mistake, even though the can say Coca-Cola, that didn't mean it was the same drink everyone loved and remembered, eventually they changed the recipe to Coca-cola to its original state, making it popular again, knowing not to change something that wasn't broken, nor improve something that can't be improved... Some things must stay as it is, any change to it can potentially ruin the model of the product as well as consumers shunning it out. Halo is like Coca-cola , the orignal recipe was good, but then was altered making it worse losing it's name, the weight that came with the name and what it stands for. Thats what I believe to be true, What do you believe in?