it is kind of you to say, but I remember getting my A$$ getting handed to me quite a bit at Halo 3, and I did not play Halo in about three years...
maybe I did get better but I kinda doubt it --- "My ship works better when I kick it", Spike Spiegel
RayzerTagPosted 11/19/2012 2:01:57 PM
Everytime a new batch of inexperienced players enter, somewhat reseting the skill level. Meanwhile, you have been gaining experience since 2. --- #teambrad http://i.minus.com/iAXtLWueScaM0.gif
domesplitter13Posted 11/19/2012 2:03:05 PM
Get off the meds buddy.
xBiophagexPosted 11/19/2012 2:03:23 PM
It's easier to get high rankings occasionally when your shots don't actually have to hit near your opponent to do damage
NatedPosted 11/19/2012 2:04:04 PM
this argument makes no sense
The multiplayer is easier because I am coming in first more often...
What about the guys that are, obviously, not coming in first?
matchmaking is random, so you are getting randomly matched against less experienced/worse players. --- http://us.battle.net/d3/en/profile/nated-1581/ GT: Nated
Red01MustangGTPosted 11/19/2012 2:06:47 PM
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AnderZx202Posted 11/19/2012 2:08:07 PM
plus, you played most of the halo games..i can tell you that there are lots of people on halo that never even played halo 3, i know a few that just got an xbox and halo. also a lot of "young" players are getting the game, i've been in numerous games where there is one or a bunch of 9-10 year olds just camping around vehicle spawns and trash talking teammates. So basically there are more new players and younger players so the skill level might be lower. my 2 cents.