This Halo 3 Player Doesn't Need Stairs, They've Got Hops
ClearlyMe shows that for some Halo 3 players, stairs are an option
With its addition to the Master Chief Collection, Halo 3 has been given a breath of fresh life. In 2020, players are packing lobbies for swat, big team battle and slayer at all times of the day. But past full lobbies, players are able to experiment with the game’s unique mechanics and do something that hasn’t been done in the game before.
That’s where YouTuber ClearlyMe, the founder of Halo trick jumping team Jump Voyage comes in. If that name sounds familiar, it’s likely because you’ve already seen one of their videos. Earlier this year, ClearlyMe showed off their jumping skills using a plasma grenade, a brute shot and a traffic cone.
While ClearlyMe hasn’t stopped performing insane jumps (you can check out their YouTube channel packed with trick jumping videos here), his most recent clip takes the cake.
Maps in Halo 3 usually come with a lot of verticalities, and only a few paths to reaching the next floor up if you’re on the ground. Ghost Town is one such map, being stuck on the ground here means being left out in the open with no easy way to move up to higher areas with more cover. Unless you’re ClearlyMe, in which case you just calculate some angles, grab a couple of plasma grenades, and do some magic.
The Most Useless Thing I’ve Done On Halo (Part 478) pic.twitter.com/zuf8Tb38p3
— ClearlyMe ® (@ClearIyMe) October 7, 2020
This is just some of the ingenuity and dedication players are putting into Halo 3. Across platforms, the game is reaching a new, creative player base that isn’t just enjoying one of the greatest games of the last generation but is constantly adding to it. Here’s hoping ClearlyMe continues performing their incredible leaps and bounds, showing people what this game still has to offer.