jdreyer wrote on Sep 9, 2017, 03:38:LaxerFL wrote on Sep 9, 2017, 03:33:jdreyer wrote on Sep 8, 2017, 19:44:
This new title is much better. It much more completely and accurately describes the content of the game.
Can't tell if smart ass or just really in to this game...
Heh. Of course I'm taking the piss.
Numinar wrote on Sep 9, 2017, 02:35:Flo wrote on Sep 9, 2017, 02:20:DangerDog wrote on Sep 8, 2017, 21:03:Same goes for Quake Champions
Hey guys, Lawbreakers is going to gain players any day now.
I returned PUBG after 2 hours since it felt too random for me. In Quake Champions I know that I suck when I get fragged
You need more than 2 hours in this game. It's not as random as it seems. Did you play Arma/Operaption Flashpoint? Same techniques apply. You can mitigate risks. Use ridges, hedgerows to keep a low profile. Avoid buildings unless fairly certain they are clear. Watch the circle, don't ever let yourself be forced to move. Be patient.
Don't open fire unless you can complete the kill or want enemy to go to ground while you make a move. I suck at this as well but you buildup a toolset of good practices that will get you to top 10 no worries, and eventually a win.
Also start each round spicy, land where others land and try and get into some early fights (A 2 barreled shotty and 10 rounds is enough to ruin 3-4 peoples game). It's good practice and warm up and will help you feel like you don't need to break cover unnecessary later on. You start losing most but will end up winning most very quickly, which gets you a good headstart. Early game is best time for fights as you have a lot of time before circle becomes an issue. Later on you want assassinations, not gun-battles.
This is just me though, I'm no pro, and rarely win fights when scopes are involved, but this style of play gets me long, rewarding games with a handful of kills so I don't feel like I wasted 30 minutes hiding only to give someone else a win.
Also there is 100 players. Until you've lost 101 games in a row no need to feel too bad.