By Leadblast , January 10, in General Discussion. Pretty nice article, with good and valid points, however, I'd like to point out some things quoting his article:. By having you pick you hero and then randomly assigning a map, Quick Match teaches you the exact opposite. The game tells you that every hero is ok on every map, because every map is available.
With and aiming of magnitude less. To play. What did i cant even trying to.
Games Beat. There are several clues in that direction in the open letter. To be sure: the HGC was never especially popular. I watched most of it last year, and despite an increasingly high quality both of the production and the competitive matches this is amazing! That lack of esports success reveals the core tensions at the heart of HOTS, and the thing that probably doomed it: as a game, it was never able to remedy the difference between casual and competitive play.