Originally Posted by She
you might see it in s3, and idk if you actually played halo 3 but that is a bad example to use... some playlists were left completely in the dust and deserted
I am a 50 in h3....i wouldn't compare it if i hadn't played. i mean come on, think before you type.
when i said...
6-7 ranked playlists
5-6 social playlists
i did NOT count the playlists that were deleted, or you could not find a match in.
these are the playlists that i counted.
1 - Lone Wolves
2 - Team Slayer
3 - Team Swat
4 - Team Doubles
5 - MLG
6 - Squad Battle (although at rank 40+ matches were hard to find.)
7 - Team throwback (could find matches in easily first couple months before it got low again)
[at rank 35+ in that playlist you could still find matches when the population got low, i think the lowest i matched with was a 30 something, so they were finding matches, albeit not fair matches]
1 - Rumble Pit
2 - Skirmish
3 - Slayer
4 - Multi Team
5 - Social big team [took the longest to find a match in]
6 - Mythic
halo - 13 playlists
league - 6 playlists.
halo overall - 2 billion + hours played since 2004
league - 1 billion per month since Q3 2012.
H3 is a perfect example.