Final Settings for Halo Summer 2017 Pro League Announced

HCS Daytona is less than two weeks away, and the final settings for Summer 2017 have been revealed.

We're less than two weeks away from Halo Championship Series Daytona on May 12-14, and HCS has officially released the final settings for the Summer 2017 Championship. After a heated battle at Worlds back in March, many Halo eSports fans are excited to see what this season holds. It's always interesting to see the new changes in settings from season to season, and we're all looking forward to seeing how this changes the game for our favorite players.

Summer 2017 Kicks off at HCS Daytona

HCS Daytona marks the start of the Summer 2017 season for HCS, where teams will compete for an opportunity to win $75,000 in open 4v4.

In case you missed it, these are the seven teams slated to compete in HSC Summer this year:

  • OpTic Gaming
  • Team EnVyUs
  • Team Liquid
  • Str8 Rippin
  • Luminosity Gaming
  • TMMT Crowd Pleasers
  • Evil Geniuses

The last team will be decided at the NA Last Chance Qualifier in light of Team Allegiance disbanding and losing their spot.

Final Summer 2017 Settings

To see the full list of changes, click here

One notable change is the reduction of ammo in the Railgun on Rig by one clip. Many players have wondered if its level of devastation caused an unfair advantage. Apparently, the people at Halo thought so. And while this may not cause a huge change in the type of plays we see on Rig, it will undoubtedly reduce the weapon's power. It'll be interesting to see how this plays out at HCS Daytona.


Are you looking forward to Summer 2017? Who do you want to see win the LCQ? Let us know in the comments below! 


Published Apr. 30th 2017

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