Halo Infinite players learn to put aside their differences and communicate in one of the world's most sacred languages: tea bag dance
In a clip posted by Reddit user Local_Floridian (as spotted on Twitter by Gene Park, Washington Post games reporter), we can see the player exchanging weapons with an enemy player during a match While normally we would advise a more cautious approach when fraternizing with the enemy, it seems that this reckless soldier was able to communicate through the power of the teabag dance in order to successfully facilitate a weapons exchange with an opposing Spartan.
After a tense period of repetitive squatting, which looked somewhat like an animal mating ritual you might find in a nature documentary, both players were happy to lie down and trade their weapons in a short period of ceasefire though Local_Floridian parted ways with a trusty combat rifle, they walked away with a gravity hammer and all parties seemed satisfied
Although non-verbal communication with enemy players in the form of teabag dances is more often than not a sensation. (i will show myself), we applaud anyone who has the courage to enter into negotiations
While the tea bag swap might not be the most serious news to come from the game lately., it offers a welcome view over player reports detailing cheaters entering multiplayer mode as players expressed their frustrations with cheating in the game, the community leader 343, John Junyszek, explained that the developer had “anticipated” the problem and adopted a “game-wide anti-cheat approach” in order to minimize the number of delinquents flocking into Infinite
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