No longer accommodates the game as he did in his time with other deliveries of Halo, is and will be my favorite player
Why did Ninja retire in H5?
Maybe it did not stand out as much as in other titles, I hope to see it again in Halo infinityTeeJaY ChArMs wrote:He saw an opportunity with Fortnite and took it. Halo just wasn't bringing in the viewers and revenue he wanted. Plus I don't think he was very fond of H5 in the first place judging from his comments.
If the truth does not taste at all Halo 5 I hope that the return is Halo InfinityLUKEPOWA wrote:I think the last straw was because he didn't like how things were being run with the tournaments. This was before MLG came back onto the scene and I don't think he liked the game very much. When he wasn't scrimming, he was playing H1Z1 and then of course he moved on to other BR games when they came out.
It has nothing to do with his lack of appreciation for H5. If you can look me in the eyes and tell me H4 was a better game, which he probably would, he is a liar. It comes down to what he saw as an opportunity with Fortnite and took it.TeeJaY ChArMs wrote:He saw an opportunity with Fortnite and took it. Halo just wasn't bringing in the viewers and revenue he wanted. Plus I don't think he was very fond of H5 in the first place judging from his comments.
No, but even if Infinite is somewhat successful, it's highly doubtful that he's ever gonna come back to Halo in a competitive way like trying to be on a pro team for example. Probably wouldn't be worth it anyway since he was mainly a 5th-8th player in Halo. He'll likely stream it for fun on occasion, but he's basically a Twitch celebrity so he needs to keep his viewer count high and he's not gonna do that playing Halo.Cmacaveli wrote:did he ever officially retire? Don't remember a statement or anything.