Are you ready, Spartans? Halo Infinite’s full launch is finally here! If we can count on the massive success that the free-to-play Multiplayer has achieved since its release a few weeks ago, it looks like Halo Infinite will become one of the main shooters for players and streamers as we go into the new year.
At Streamloots, we’ve seen incredible ideas from streamers in creating brand new cards for viewers to interact during streams when Halo Infinite (or other Halo games) is on. So today, we’re sharing with you 3 ways to use Streamloots when streaming Halo Infinite and create a session in which your viewers will be able to help you finish the fight!
These are some card ideas you can easily replicate in your collection and also can help you get inspired to create your own set of cards for viewers.
1. Getting By With a Little Help From Your Friends
You’ll know how chaotic battles can become if you’ve been playing Halo games on multiplayer for a while. Team-mates lose track of the match objective, your base gets unguarded for sneak attacks from opponents, you name it – we’ve all been there. Match types in Halo Infinite are diverse, and they often mean that in every match, you’ll need to adapt to a player role that will help your team succeed. So why not let your viewers help you strategize?
A great idea to let your community feel part of the experience is to create several cards that allow them to dictate your role in the match, no matter the match type at hand. Make 5 to 10 of these to cover many options, give them a rarity like Epic to make sure they feel valuable, and encourage them to play them at several points in the match, adapting your objectives! You may find you’ll even be able to win some more games…
2. Getting those Style Points
Halo Infinite has impressed players with how many options they have to pull incredible stunts in the game: have you seen some of the grappling hook clips around?! Even if you’re not trying hard to get them, chances are you’ve performed some moments that leave you and viewers proud of how stylish and clean they looked.
Add some cards that can make you feel like an action hero if you pull what your viewers want to see…or at least you’ll try! Then, ask viewers about what they’d like to see you try and turn those requests into cards, and don’t forget to incorporate Halo Infinite’s diverse arsenal of weaponry, vehicles, and other tools to push the limits. Remember: it’s also about sending a (very stylish) message.
3. Choosing the Match Type
Sitting down for a multiplayer session in Halo Infinite requires some planning right from the start. Do you and your viewers want to go through the explosive warfare of a Big Team Battle? Or would they rather see you play until you achieve ten wins in Quickplay Arena? Or…is it time to go full focus and enter the Ranked mode?
Provide viewers with the chance of impacting what type of games you’ll play next. And you don’t have to make just simple “Play X Game Mode” cards: you can throw in some additional challenges and goals to be achieved before you try something different. For example, you can take some ideas you’ve seen in Streamathons, apply them to Halo Infinite, and create some rankings & progress bars that add new games to each Streamloots pack purchased. But, wait…did we just invent a Halothon?
We want to know your ideas!
Have you been streaming Halo Infinite? How will you make viewers an active part of your adventures? Did the perfect Streamloots moment happen on your stream? Join the conversation with the community! Would you mind sharing with us your collections or clips on our Discord?