Popular Twitch streamer Jaryd ‘summit1g’ Lazar hilariously uninstalled Halo Reach on PC, slamming the game as a failure and claiming it “sucks huge wiener”.
Summit1g is one of the most passionate members of the streaming community, never afraid to share his opinion or criticize a game where he thinks necessary. He has already criticized Halo Reach’s re-release on PC, explaining that it has been a failure.
December 3 saw Halo Reach transition over to PC, as Microsoft cemented their efforts to reincarnate Bungie’s 2010 title. It was released as part of Halo: The Master Chief Collection, but has received mixed reviews from the community.
On December 20, summit stepped up his criticism of Halo: Reach on PC, ultimately uninstalling the game, much to the amusement of his watching audience.
“Listen, I’m done with this sh*t,” Lazar told his watching audience. “It’s over, sh*t sucks. How do you f*cking uninstall this thing? I’m done with it. It’s done-zoed. This game sucks huge wiener. I’m super f*cking over it.”
He then uninstalled the game, just over two weeks since it made the unprecedented switch to PC.
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While uninstalling the game sent a clear message to both Bungie and Microsoft, Lazar expanded on his views, explaining that he wants to play a ‘real game’ instead.
“It should never be mouse and keyboard,” he said. “It should f*cking never… I’m gonna be coming back to GTA real soon based on all this sh*t.”
Summit has spent much of this holiday period playing Halo and Sea of Thieves, but many fans want to see him make a return to Grand Theft Auto RP, a game in which he has delighted fans regularly.
Whether or not the streamer will change his mind about Halo in the near future remains to be seen, but it looks increasingly likely that we’ll see him make a return to GTA RP as Halo has plummeted out of favor with the 32-year-old.