It's not my main concern, but it should still be in peoples mindsGHOST101010101 wrote:Nothing lasts forever, I suggest not worrying about it and playing what you want rather than worrying about how popular your favorite game franchise is.How is the decline not going to last forever? Halo was at it's most popular with the classic gameplay and since they've drifted away from that it will continue to decline or maintain the numbers they have right nowYour point?Been on the decline for like 6 years thoughIt is in a decline, sure. But that doesn't mean its dying, Halo is doing fine, if not great for most games. Halo isn't in any danger, even if it has lost some of its luster. The series has been bringing people back in thanks to Infinite, MCC's updates and great support for the series from Microsoft. This "Decline" won't last forever.How does it make no sense? Halo 4 lost 90 percent of its playerbase within 3 months and halo 5 was if I remember correctly the lowest selling mainline halo game.This game has at most 30 thousand people playing it Compare that to how well halo 2 and 3 and even reach did when it came to a consistent population.This franchise has unfortunately been on the decline for awhile now,this franchise used to have hundreds of thousands of players online at one time and cant even get past a tenth of that nowThat makes no sense, the series is dying because its not pulling the numbers it used to pull? So, lets say, a game is doing as well as Halo 5 is right now. But it never had high highs like Halo 3, its just a normal game that's doing very well. Its next game in its series becomes really popular for a short time, then it goes back down again. The game is dying now because its not currently as popular even though it was doing just fine before...like what?Compared to the numbers halo used to pull it isSo? Its still on the list, does that mean that any game that isn't on the list is completely dead?Yeah,but it's very low on that listActually, no it doesn't. Halo 5 is on that list of most played games (unless my eyes aren't screwed on tight).ShotAces wrote:Ok, I would’ve quoted the link you gave me if I was able to find it, but that link proves my point even more.tuhin94 wrote:You shouldn’t be looking at streaming numbers to determine a game’s population period. Games are first and foremost meant to be played. Streamers will always choose the most popular games to get more viewership, but that definitely doesn’t determine whether or not other games have enough players. Look at relevant sources like this.
Apex killing Halo even more?!