Halo Infinite Championship Series Gets a Surprise Visit From an Exciting AEW Superstar

Published 12/19/2021, 11:11 AM EST


The Big Team Battle of the Halo franchise is a major attraction for fans of Esports. This game mode thrusts a massive team of players onto a massive map with certain objectives that need to be achieved. 343 Industries has managed to retain the same magic within Halo Infinite as the kick-off of Halo Championship Series brought two old rivals back.

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Team Goldenboy and Walshy once have found themselves in each other’s crosshair as the franchise picks up the new title. This magical world of Esports league has once again found new life with 2021’s release. However, there was a massive surprise waiting for the community.

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AEW Superstar makes a surprise appearance at Halo Infinite event

Budding professional wrestling promotion All Elite Wrestling has cemented its place in the industry with surprising acquisitions. Among those acquisitions are Chris Jericho, CM Punk, Bryan Danielson, Adam Cole, and many more. Each star has amplified the promotion’s presence significantly.

In the latest. BTB clash between HCS team Glodenboy and Walshy, AEW Superstar Adam Cole ‘BayBay’ made a surprise appearance.

Goldenboy once again defended their title against arch-rivals Walshy. Fans are calling it the biggest moment in the HCS history as the teams put an amazing performance. In the end, it was Goldenboy who came out on top and managed to secure an easy win.

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Halo Infinite has brought the competitive side of Esports back into the limelight, and it is a great sight for any Halo fan or any gamer in general. The franchise had longed for another iteration since 2015 and Xbox finally answered that call. The title has only received positive reviews from the community, as the game stays true to the source material and harnesses all the key points that made the franchise successful in the first place.

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The decision to take the multiplayer of the game free-to-play was indeed groundbreaking. However, its positive impacts will soon be felt as the title continues to pick up heat and a new fanbase.

What did you think about the kickoff of the Halo champions series? Are you looking for more such events in 2022? Be sure to share your thoughts in the comment section below.

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Ayank Chourasia

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Ayank Chourasia is an eSports author at EssentiallySports. He has been writing since 2016 across various fields, having done his BBA from T.I.

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