Last week Halo Infinite received a new patch to coincide with the start of the new season, and this update added a bunch of problems to the game. Many gamers complain about bugs, jamming weapons and the removal of some exploits.
One of those dissatisfied was Tyler “Spartan” Ganza, an esports player and member of the eUnited team. In his tweet, he criticized the new patch without choosing any expressions:
My weapon constantly jams, my character moves awry, and I can’t turn off the speed lanes. Who the fuck approved this update?
My God. I love this game but this is the worst update ever. Removed things that no one asked to be removed, added things that no one asked to be added. It’s just one big misunderstanding. I really can’t defend 343 Industries on this issue, it’s just a huge f**k.
A little later, Tyler said that the developers fined him for these words, as the esportsman violated the Halo Championship Series code of conduct. Ganza’s lawyer declined to name the amount of the fine, but said that it was comparable to the participation fee in HCS Kansas City – then the gamer had to pay $ 1,600.
Tyler himself does not repent of his act at all:
I got fined, kek. I would like to take this opportunity to apologize to… absolutely no one. I fully support everything that was said earlier.
Other esports players mostly supported Tyler and condemned 343 Industries, despite the fact that the gamer deserved this fine. Ganza’s lawyer said that his client is not going to apologize and has every right to express his opinion in any expressions available to him, because by doing so he demonstrates that he is not indifferent to the game.