- Sep 11, 2017
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Again, reaching out for help on this. I think I'm getting better when it's clear I'm not. Can anyone give me advice? Coaching? Anything?
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Also do I just do Turf War to practice for now with this? I have been with the Nautilus so I don't risk my rank.The best way to improve is by asking yourself questions about your gameplay. Typically, dying is your greatest teacher. If you can ask yourself "why did I die?" every time you die, it'll probably help you improve a lot and fix mistakes. I assume that you're a newer player, so I also recommend to get really good at aiming. Use motion controls and practice shooting the dummies in the practice range.
let me know if you got any more specific questions
Yes, that's the point. Those weapons are suppose to be uncomfortable for you and go against your play-style. These are weapons you can not just sit in your base and play "goalie." Your preferred weapons, or rather how you're using them, are enabling passive play. You're not playing to win games, you are playing to not lose games. And the problem with that is that winning the game relies on your teammates to secure a winning position at some point for you (which is good way to remove all blame on your part and never improve)Update:
I don't like how these weapons feel. The Splash-o-Matic and Splattershot I mean. It goes completely against how I play and I don't like this at all.