SegmentNext - "If you are new to Call of Duty franchise or an average FPS fan, you can read the following Call of Duty: Black Ops Multiplayer Strategy Guide to get your basics right".
Just know if any of you attempt to use Training Ground and have the AI set to Veteran, you'll see some of the most BS aiming ever. Aimbot doesn't even begin to describe how the AI pulls crap off haha. They're still beatable however, you just have to be extremely cautious when playing against them. There are also two #6s in that list. I'm sure they'll catch it though. #6 is actually very good advice, of which I should use more often lol, but sometimes you've just got to get your revenge. Also looks like this article is a copy paste from MW2 with some changes. Oh well, it's good information for pretty much any COD game so I guess it works. My style is a mix of Run-and-Gun as well as Stealth (so I suppose my style would be called Ninja/Assassin?) I'm always seeking out the enemy but also use Silenced weapons and Ghost/Pro. Either way, it's really effective for me, but is quite risky at the same time (which is likely the reason I usually have more deaths then the rest of my friends, but my kills make up for it.)
Strategy?... *looks at headline again* Strategy?!?!.. in Call of Duty games? O.o
I've been playing FPS on PC's from the start so I feel at home with the Mouse and Keyboard... Yesterday I had the urge to branch out to console FPS - I've been wanting to do this for a long time and I thought Black Ops would fit the bill because of Combat Training, which will help me stay out of the real multiplayer (but I still jumped in on multiplayer anyways - I could not help it). I'm such a newbie with the stick... I almost always over compensate LOL. And seeing the killcams on the real multiplayer I don't know how the people who have been console gamers for so long aim so quickly and precisely. I'm not even sure if they use Aim Assist or not because it is not readily apparent. I'm still learning how aim assist works, because my reticle does not seem to stick on a target, and sometimes it does. Combat Training is a good idea from Treyarch for those who are just starting to play COD, or played with a console who want to try out PC FPS gaming (or vice versa).
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