The same basically applies to Halo 3 and 4. Both also started anew and no one complains about them. Why is Reach suddenly a big deal?
How does it divide the community?Hey man sorry, just noticed this now. Very basically....you'll have one group playing og reach, the other on mcc.
Sorry, but im tired, lol.
Reach isn't "suddenly a big deal", people that worked hard to achieve their progression awards on Reach, put simply, would like to have it accessible in the MCC. Nobody is making a big deal of it. This is a just a forum, where people chat on a topic about things they'd like to see. Would I be happy if they somehow managed to transfer the Legacy stats to the MCC? Yes. Do I believe that they will be able to do so? No, but that isn't a reason to not hope
that this could change. As I've said in the past, I don't quite care about the progression. I'm in it for the game. As long as I receive a functioning game, which I will be, I'll be fine. I'm simply attempting to elaborate on other posts on this topic and hopefully bringing some form of understanding as to why they are confused about Legacy stats not transferring.
Also, your Halo 3 and Halo 4 comment isn't relevant. Halo: Reach was and is its own game. It had its own players and community. You're basing your point off of the idea that everybody that has played Reach has also played Halo 3 and Halo 4, which isn't true. Not saying that many
Reach players did not play Halo 3 or Halo 4.