Nah, the guy was just mad and he took his loss on you. Specializations don't alter the game THAT much, especially one as little as rerolling ordinances. He only has himself to blame for his poor performance.
Nope I don't and I'm just SR 37, I was in a match against a rank 125 and thought he'd destroy us... he came last.
Unless you can actually play well, rank is just a number. And the extra perks, I've yet to see any real difference and I've been in a lot of matches against numbers above 50. To be honest having more Ammo and getting Ordnance faster seem more of an advantage than most of the Spec perks.
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No of course not. I'm a 42 and I'm not the best at pvp shooters like halo or cod but I know that it's because of my playing not because someone is a higher level than me and has a special perk that I don't. Besides ill eventually have that perk myself. People just get too worked up and jealous and can't deal with the fact that they don't have something someone else has. They act like 5 year olds.
This guy gets it. Pretty much exactly the same. I'm average at this game, but I don't blame perks or whatever. I blame me being bad at it sometimes. It's not hard to get to 50, and you should be rewarded for investing time in a game. I think I'd be more frustrated playing a game where I max out and get nothing for it.
I really don't see any of the specializations adding a huge benefit or putting lower ranked players at any kind of a disadvantage. Maybe rogue and stealth do just slightly, but the other not really. Who cares if you get to re-roll the ordinance drop for a better weapon or extra damage. They're really only good for a few more kills in the hand of a skilled player. With the exception of stealth and rogue the other specializations I don't see as affecting 1on1 battles at all.