That changes my POV. Next time, ill reconsider before asking someone to leave
Well I've been asked to leave before, and it wasn't politely. I was having a bad game, and this idiot started shouting "noob leave". The moron hadn't given any callouts all game, but suddenly found his mic just to moan at me. But I don't take kindly to that sort of behaviour, and by the end of the game, he regretted speaking to me like that.
Leaving one game wont ban you and there is always warzone to play
So you'd get banned from playing Arena just because some random stranger asked you to?
To this day I regret having HCS in my name lol. It was a phase.
It seems every time I play super fiesta, there is always one person on the team that is simply not good. I noticed he had -1 points and 11 deaths. I politely asked him to leave messaging him "leave plz" and he responded "if you like playing to win get off a casual mode"Well it must have been an honour for him to play with an HCS pro such as yourself. It's great that you've never gone negative in a game, you must practice a lot?
Thoughts on situation?
And if I was going extremely neg and someone asked me to leave I would.
I've been asked to leave by the other team before too, when my entire team quit out and I was trying to win 1 vs 4. My response to their message was "no, you leave". I don't quit out for anyone, and I'll go out fighting.
Even when you're having a bad game, you can turn it around. I've done it loads of times before. Giving up is weak and won't make you a better player. If you're playing badly, take a break after the game. But always finish the game, you never know what might happen. I had a terrible game today, went 5-15 and we still won, it happens.
Cool. I often find that it's worth having that extra player in too, even if they're doing badly. They're still putting shots on the enemy, and acting as a distraction so you don't get shot as much.
Sometimes the person doing badly will quit out by themselves, and I find that this can make the game tougher as you're now outnumbered 4 to 3. The enemy get more power weapons, better map control, and end up team shooting you a lot more.
Plus KD isn't the only stat, the guy going negative may have had a lot of assists and been doing a fair amount of damage. You won't see those stats until after the game.
It does suck when you have a bad team, but I get round that by accepting that if I play solo, I'm taking a gamble. And in social modes, I don't really care if I lose, it's just a fun mode to play. But in ranked Slayer I like to have a full team, as I don't like losing rank due to bad luck.