Yes, I'm more of a "social" player, than an "arena/competitive" player, thanks. :)Chimera30 wrote:I think the term you're looking for is "social".Vblownaf95 wrote:I say team as a more friendly way, not competitive, if you know what I mean.Chimera30 wrote:You play on a team in both Swat and Slayer. In fact the only playlist where you don't play on a team is FFA (and to an extent Infection).Vblownaf95 wrote:I don't even play swat... or slayer... I like team modes. :)
Halo 5 swat was a blast. Swat used to be my favorite gametype across halo. But in my opinion they have to many guns in the sand box. Too much of a variety isn't always a good thing, if it went to br starts and h5 magnum only again I would be on as much as possible.
Halo 5 didn't kill SWAT. In fact, SWAT is pretty much the only PvP game mode I play in Halo 5. While I will admit, it may not be as good as...let's say Halo Reach's SWAT which allowed you to carry a DMR and Magnum at the same time...Halo 5 far from killed it. Play though enough rounds and you will get the verities with Magnum SWAT or H1 BR SWAT. It kinda makes it a bit more of a challenge because now you have to use that set weapon for that set gametype and therefore have to improve your skills with that weapon (if you favor a different one) But no...I honestly feel you are wrong by saying that Halo 5 killed SWAT. If anything, it just changed the formula.