Yes, even us old folks can compete with the younger set on Call Of Duty multiplayer games, in spite of the fact that our reflexes aren't quite as finely tuned. Here's how.
Weak... Weak... Useless article. All bad advice. It has to be a joke topic but there's no actual joke. I'm an old lame dude and i encourage you to do the opposite of everything this guy suggests. Really, I have not read such a garbage article in a long time.
I out-camp and out-kill most of these young punks today. When you see me going 32-2, you know how I'm roll'n on these suckas. My avatar in Black Ops was some dude warming his hands by the fire.
Very poorly written article with some pretty poor advice. As long as your younger than 60 your reactions should be within capable ranges. You can still build muscle memory like anyone else, you can still get good. Resigning yourself to camping and rushing at kill confirmed tags all day is just weak. Might as well just play singleplayer games if you can't compete at even the lowest level lol
It's not that hard to out gun someone in CoD considering all you get is kids 5-10.
meh.. I know my problem, I like to aim.. I'm used to games with little to no aim assist. Console wise I've decided to just drop online play. Traded sold all my multiplayer games except for Bad Company 2 and single player games that come with online (uncharted series/etc)
I'm 30 and don't really want to spent most of my time competing with younger (presumably) gamers every night. Maybe now and then when I'm in the mood for some online action. Of course, I've seen how I fare against those gamers so why bother. I just want to sit back, realx and enjoy the story....oh, wait... Unfortunately now there's a lot of games going free to play so that's NOT a bright future to forward to. No singleplayer, no campaign mod...just constant online matches every night. I'm being forced to compete every night in my favorite franchises.
Then compete. On Call of Duty particularly it's about knowing the map / where to go / stand / kill. Avoid the killzones, kill people as they pass through them. Traverse only through low traffic areas. It's not about your reactions, it's about playing in a certain way that puts every encounter naturally in your favour, and no, that doesn't mean camping.
I can compete, just that I'm not in the mood for competing anymore. Maybe I'm bored or something. I have been playing games constantly for the last several months (trying to finish the elusive back logs) but mostly in singleplayer.
Then just do what you're doing and play singleplayer. F2P doesn't mean there won't be AAA singleplayer games. It might mean that the singleplayer games need to try harder to keep our attention as the multiplayer components they use to hook people will have less value as the number of f2p games increase.
Playing COD is not like playing in the NBA is not like if you turn 33 all of sudden you going to be less good let be honest here if you suck on COD it got nothing to do with age it just mean you suck
try a real game
go ahead and do everything in this article it will not make u better lol i can promise u that. U can get better by playing straight up and start rushing more not being afraid of getting killed, that will develop your reflexes and gun skill/accuracy. If u camp all the time that wont do anything for u ive never seen a good player that just camps all the time to get kills.
Ridiculous aim-assist and a good connection?
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