Like I said I dont mind losing competitively its when you go up against players 15 times better than you just makes the experience horrible.I agree. I been playing multiplayer for mouth. I.a does help but jump in to early. if still feel hard because I match with player twice my skill level most of the time.
04/30/2014 06:53 AMPosted by AguricThe game is complex and the average skill level is pretty high amongst players.
A suggestion is that you watch some vods or streams of pro players playing to see prime examples how to play the game in 1v1. Good sites are: http://wcs.battle.net/sc2/en/videos and http://www.teamliquid.net/. Most players that you probably feel "knows exactly what to do", probably get their inspiration from games like these.
Since you're new to the game, I suggest you practise in your own pace against the computer AI difficulties. If you can beat the insane difficulty, I'm confident you can handle standard bronze league players. Don't bother with the campaign as it does a poor job preparing you for multiplayer.
If you get annoyed by brats bad mannering you, which I perfectly understand, you can turn on "only recieve messages from friends" in the social options until you start kicking their asses.
05/28/2014 12:48 AMPosted by DraculPlay 4v4.
That's got to be the dumbest advice ever - 4v4 is completely broken, all he'll get is higher ranked players smurfing or cheese fests, blizz has completely abandoned the leagues so they can play with tournaments, the rest of the online experience is stuffed.
05/16/2014 04:38 AMPosted by Dracul
No, its a broken game with a random number generator making the matches - give up and play anything else until blizz actually bothers to fix this mess.
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