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How to be better at Multiplayer Games?

Multiplayer gaming has taken a whole new level after the release of Pubg. The gaming community is now growing stronger. Multiplayer games like CSGO and PUBG require certain skills and cannot be mastered in a day. So today in this topic we will discuss how to become better at multiplayer games and what makes somebody a pro player?

1.Aim

Yes, the first thing you need to improve is your aim. If you have a better and faster aim then it will be very helpful. For that, you need to have a quick reaction time and it comes with practice. Play training maps or deathmatch online to practice. Your mind and hand will work in coordination and you will know exactly how much to move your mouse to get that headshot. And this results in great flick shots like in the game CS: GO. If your aim is good then automatically your game will improve. Learn to shoot targets which is moving and know your weapon recoils too.

 

2. Gameplay Strategies

When you play any game you cannot just go and start shooting your enemies. You need to read your enemies. Just rushing towards the location will get you killed in a higher rank game. Using utilities to your advantage is a very important part of game sense. Know your map and learn about peek angles. Use sounds at your own advantage. Don’t throw your utilities like grenades or flashbangs unnecessarily. Those utilities can change the whole game. Watch pro players gameplay and don’t be afraid to play with people who are at a higher rank than you. They can teach you a lot of skills and strategies. Know what you are good at, let it be sniping, assaulting, lurking or camping. Learn new tricks from youtube. Everyone is good at something.

3. Play at optimal Brightness and settings

Yes, this is an important point too. Playing at comfortable brightness will improve the visibility. It will be easier to spot enemies but don’t play at the very highest brightness. It may strain your eyes. Adjust your brightness according to ambient light. But don’t play at very low and dark brightness also. Your eyes will struggle to spot enemies and that will actually affect your eyes. Adjust your graphics which suits best for you. Some may like high contrast and some may like high saturation but don’t make the visibility poor. Play at settings which gives maximum fps on your PC. Playing at higher graphics that your pc is not supporting won’t help you in a multiplayer game. You need more frames and better visibility.

4. Use a comfortable mouse and Chair

Having a good mouse is also necessary. A cheap mouse comes with a poor sensor and doesn’t respond properly with fast movements. And the biggest compromise with a cheap mouse is the poor design. They are not at all ergonomic. Using a mouse which is comfortable for your hand and wrist is important. Rather than buying a cheap mouse at local shop invest some money on a branded gaming mouse. It will work fine for years and will be safe for your wrist too. A better mouse will define your gaming style and can make a big difference in playing. Sitting on a good chair will ensure that your body posture is good. We know gaming chair costs a lot but hard work and patience will get you one. Earn money and save for yourself to get one.

 

5. Pay attention to your health

There are many gamers who play games more than 8 hours a day and then get sleep deprived. Playing for too long especially at night will affect your sleep. Get some natural light and drink plenty of water. If you are sleep deprived or tired and playing games, then it will directly affect your gameplay. In a long run, you will lose your attention and focus. It will make you frustrating and eventually you will start raging. You should take a walk and sleep for a couple of hours before getting into any competitive gaming. Do some stretching exercises and try to avoid caffeine and alcohol. Your muscle memory will be highly affected. Just like you are maintaining the health of your game character, you need to maintain your own in real life!

6. Be a good teammate

Last but not the least, you need to be a good teammate. Don’t try to be bossy and be a friendly teammate. Multiplayer game is a team based game and not a solo game. Sometimes you are queued with a shitty player and you start raging. Give proper callouts where your enemy is and appreciate them if he or she gets the enemy killed. Learn from your deaths and learn from others too. Don’t keep your ego too high. Keep it simple and talk efficiently. And most importantly get a good microphone. No one wants to hear poor voice quality and it is irritating.

Hope you will take some tips from here also let us know in the comments below if you know some tips too.

Battlefield V Open Beta PC System Requirements Officially Revealed


Battlefield V or the Battlefield 5 is an upcoming first-person shooter video game developed by EA DICE and published by Electronic Arts. Battlefield V is the sixteenth installment in the Battlefield series.
Electronic Arts and DICE have revealed the official PC system requirements for the upcoming open beta phase of Battlefield 5.
To run the Open Beta, you’ll need the following specifications;
Minimum

  • OS: 64-bit Windows 7, Windows 8.1, and Windows 10
  • CPU: Intel Core i5 6600K, AMD FX-6350
  • RAM: 8GB
  • Graphics Card: Nvidia GeForce GTX 660 2GB, AMD Radeon HD 7850 2GB
  • HDD Space: 50GB
  • DirectX: 11.0 Compatible Video Card or equivalent
  • Online Connection: 512 KBPS or faster Internet connection

Recommended Specs

  • OS: 64-bit Windows 10 or later
  • CPU: Intel Core i7 4790 or equivalent, AMD FX 8350 Wraith
  • RAM: 16GB
  • Graphics Card: Nvidia GeForce GTX 1060 3GB, AMD Radeon RX 480 4GB
  • HDD Space: 50GB
  • DirectX: 11.0 Compatible Video Card or equivalent
  • Online Connection: 512 KBPS or faster Internet connection

Battlefield 5’s open beta phase begins on September 6th and pre-load will begin on September 3rd. It is scheduled to launch worldwide on November 20. It was previously set to arrive on retail shelves on October 26 but got delayed because the development team needed an extra time to make some improvements to the core gameplay.

Battlefield 5 derailing before launch?

When Dice said the next entry in the Battlefield franchise is going to shake up the long-running series, the entire battlefield community already started boarding the hype train, Although the previous entry to the franchise, Battlefield 1 despite being a success had its fair share of problems. Battlefield players weren’t happy about it, then too while reaching the end cycle of updates to Battlefield 1 it was seen that it lost about 60% of the player base in its 2 years of  update cycle.
Then came DICE with the tease of the next Battlefield game. EA was already surrounded by the negative aura from all the backlash of the Battlefront 2 loot boxes controversy. Then came the time where the first trailer for Battlefield V was to be shown off at E3 2018, “oh boy, a massive disaster it was” the community rained down on EA for its poor presentation and a very pathetic trailer.
Community forums were already being filled with all sorts of topic regarding the new game and the direction it’s going. Not to forget the outrage about the overly portrayed female soldier from the trailer with a prosthetic arm, the single player trailer dropped after this made situation a little better but it wasn’t enough to patch the damage that has been done to Battlefield as a whole. Keeping in mind “the first impression is always the best impression“, following up with this divisive topic and EA facing pressure from every possible direction including the community from the media, they launched the Gamescom trailer for Battlefield V. After seeing the trailer instantly almost everyone got the thought that “this should’ve been the E3 trailer which instead of all the flashy hinting to all the possible cosmetics in the experience of the game to the gritty, grim and grounded experience for which Battlefield is known for”. But it was a little too late as analyst from the industry already marking Battlefield V to have pre-orders far lesser than the likes of Call of Duty Black Ops 4 and Red Dead Redemption 2.

Leading up to all this let’s recall how the EA executive Patrick Soderlund responded to all the outrage from the community “I think those people who don’t understand it, well, you can either accept it and buy the game or don’t.” This response was the perfect fuel needed to the already waging wildfire from the players, forward to a later date it is known that Patrick Soderlund has left EA.
According to the information from Sarah.E.Needleman from The Wall Street Journal, pre-order sales for Battlefield V has been weak. The main reasons being that the release window of the game is sandwiched between other 2 juggernauts from the competition and the most dominant one being Red Dead Redemption 2 which is a much-anticipated game than Battlefield 5 and Black Ops 4. This doesn’t mean that Battlefield 5 is dead upon release and looking at the worst case scenario EA will make back the money spend on the game through micro transactions which is going to be all over the game.
However, Battlefield 5 is not to be written off completely, with making all the DLC’s for the game down the line free unlike Black Ops 4 which is still following an outdated and straight up horrendous map pack. The inclusion of the Battle Royale mode too in the game also has been getting divisive response from the community, “as the mainstream giant of a shooter Battlefield is it is not supposed to chase sudden trends and should be making tides within the genre by making changes and adding other mechanics.”  Not to ignore the subtle building mechanics in the game which is inspired straight up from Fortnite, Call of Duty being the abominable cash cow which stopped innovating in games long ago the BR mode is not even worth a talk.
From the gameplay experiences from the alpha phases of Battlefield 5, it is of no short a fun shooter. But the core experience can be stomped on by the wrong decisions EA makes. They can’t afford to take such a damage since the community is already divisive about the game and the release window is such a choke. On an ending note there’s not much time left for DICE to turn things dramatically. What they can do is shape the game up into a solid experience.
Battlefield 5 is all set to release on October 21 across all platforms.
Also read: EA rolls out new Battlefield 5 trailer ahead of Gamescom ‘18

Just Cause 4 Gameplay World Premier Date Announced

It’s still summer and gamers will have to bear with the heat a little longer before the next hot thing arrives this week. Squire Enix today announces Just Cause 4’s gameplay date, August 30, for its world premiere gameplay showcase.
After announcing the release date of Just Cause with a trailer at E3 presentation, Squire Enix is moving on to a gameplay premier just a day before Gamescom. With a new teaser trailer released today along with a tweet about the news, the team promises that this next trailer will indeed be the world premiere of Just Cause 4 gameplay.
Developer Avalanche Studios takes Twitter to shows off the shortest video to tease it’s fan.
Check the tweet.
The forth game in the series brings back the protagonist, Rico Rodrigiuez. He’s packing some heat and bringing players to the fictional South American country, Solis to hunt down the truth about his past.
“Welcome to Solis, a huge South American world home of conflict, oppression and extreme weather conditions,” Squire Enix said about the series. “Just Cause 4 sees rogue agent Rico Rodriguez land in Solis to hunt down the truth about his past, at any cost. Strap into your wingsuit, equip your fully customizable grappling hook, and get ready to bring the thunder!”
Just Cause fans can expect to hear more about the game from the Gamescom event that will take place from 21st August.
Pre-order here.