try using the built in LFG feature on xbox live to find a group to play with, or even post here for people to play with so you can communicate.SilentRebel38 wrote:I know exaclty how Truth is designed, yet I was ALWAYS flanked.Motion Man wrote:sorry man I cant really give your complaints much merrit. its coming off like a guy walking into the gym and pissed off at the gym because he cant lift 250 pounds right away.SilentRebel38 wrote:AND I'm completely disappointed and let down. I LOVE every Halo and I'm a great player of Reach. Some 2 days ago, I ended an Invasion game with 30 kills and 10 deaths. Now, my first game of Halo 5, I carried my team... but afterwards, I was met with problems and more problems that gave me an undesirable taste for it's multiplayer. First off, the camera is weird for me and I have absolutely no idea why 343 had to complicate simple things that in turn made me harder to aim. Then, it's my opponents and team. Remember those memes where your team is always playing around while the enemy team seems like they're coordinating? That's exactly what I felt. I died more than I killed and most of my deaths were from enemies that flanked me. And I was ALWAYS flanked. Meanwhile, my team seemed like they couldn't do anything and that I had to do everything myself, but I couldn't help myself, let alone my team. In a Elimination game I had, my team won 0 ROUNDS.
This is my unfortunate take: I was super excited to try out Halo 5 multiplayer, but these 1st few matches let me VERY down almost, if not, making me give up on it. If I can't even aim, how can I improve? And how is it possible that I find the campaign more enjoyable than multiplayer? I'm open to any suggestions to help me improve, but otherwise I'm avoiding playing it.
EDIT: Yes, you can also say that I made this thread to relief some frustration.
you are getting flanked because you dont know the maps
you might have trouble adjusting to 60 fps? i dont know what you mean about the camera
there is no auto aim on the last shot, it does take more skill so you will need practice to get kills.
If you dont want to put the time in to get good at the game then dont complain that you are not good at the game. When I first started playing halo back in CE i went to a land party and got destroyed, I kept playing and eventually got better. that is my suggestion.
No trouble whatsoever, it felt floaty. I think I resolved that issue now.
These first matches got me very frustrated. I expected to have some difficulty, but not the kind I have experienced. I'm now working myself into getting better at it. Also, the edit.
a large portion of the playerbase that is remaining are pretty skilled players so it could be tough.
If you play your placement matches in any ranked playlist you will get ranked according to your skill and then only play against similarly ranked players, that could help.