NICKMERCS lashes out at “horrible” Halo development team as players anticipate Halo BR’s release

Popular streamer Nick ‘NICKMERCS’ Kolcheff has explained why Halo Infinite players shouldn’t be excited about the Halo BR, and gives his honest opinion about the upcoming mode.

While a Halo Infinite Battle Royale has yet to be made official, there have already been a number of leaks and insider reports pointing to an eventual revelation. So far, many Halo fans have expressed concerns about the game’s multiplayer experience.

In fact, the combination of rare updates and lack of content has led to a mass exodus of players. While Halo Infinite’s player base continues to dwindle, there’s still hope that the rumored BR mode will save the title from obscurity.

However, NICKMERCS believes that the Halo Infinite community should temper their expectations and not get too excited when it comes to the highly anticipated BR mode.

NICKMERCS thoughts on Halo BR

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Nick remains skeptical about the Halo BR mode.

“We can’t get excited for the Halo BR,” said Nick. “If we get excited about the Halo BR, shame on us. [343] are so bad. That dev team is terrible. Don’t get excited and expect the worst.”

Nick’s words may come across as harsh, but with Halo Infinite’s recent approach to multiplayer, he feels players have every right to be skeptical. Despite this view, the popular content creator noted that the Halo BR could have huge potential, especially if 343 gets it right.

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“Expect to be disappointed, but hope they make it happen… A good Halo BR would take it all,” the streamer explained. “It’s the middle ground, man. It’s like nostalgia and old-fashioned meets new and innovative. There is space bullsh*t and vehicles [combined] with BR it’s f*cking beautiful.”

While there’s still hope that the long-rumored Halo BR could save Halo Infinite, the developers have yet to officially reveal anything. It remains to be seen when this mode will arrive, but for now Nick and many other fans are tempering their expectations.

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