With Call of Duty being the fast-paced shooter that it is, you need all the help you can get to stay ahead of the game. That’s where perks come in. Take a look at this list of the top 5 most useful perks to assist you in battle.
its a great game. Love it.
wow... disagrees for liking a game... what exactly happened to gamers anymore. imagine how silly clicking the disagree button would have been in the nes days...
somebody: I LIKE MEGAMAN!!!
you: you mainstream loser, megaman never innovates, its the same stuff every game! its STAGNANT!!!
people used to say: yea its cool, but im tired of it right now... LOL not no more!
ps. play what you like!
So you want people to agree even if they disagree? I played Ghosts (rented, able to put in about 6 hours over 2 nights), its not a great game by any stretch of the imagination. It just passes for OK. And I don't love it, in fact I'm passing this iteration. Therefore, I disagree. dieforgame is allowed their opinion, but again, I disagree with it.
I've noticed that for each COD all of the best perks are always the same and that even when they change the name or market it as something brand new its still just a rehash of the old one with some pazazz. I'm not buying this game seems like a piece of trash and even if its not its going to be dropped by everyone by next year.
Perks and camping are why this game takes zero skill whatsoever.
Bull. It takes tons of skill to anticipate where your target is because of the built-in lag mechanism. *lined up... MISS* *180 quick scope... HIT*
Close quarters combat... I've walked around everymap for 5 mins before I've run into people. Maps are far too big for 6v6.
The off the radar one, the one that stops the flinching, slight of hands, quick draw,dead silence , amplify if you're one of them noobs with the headsets that camps, and the Gambler perk. The rest are not that important. Stalker is nice but 3 points is too much.
Add me, psn: bombardier63 I also think it's a fun game.
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