I started at a 5 with Halo 4 (the lowest it's ever been for a Halo game) and moved up to 7. Sometimes I swap between 7-8. --- What do I look like, Mr Frank-****-For-Free? No Doe, Hoe? You can't **** with me Thizz iz what it iz --GT-Spidux
I played on 2 since halo 3. I play on it because I rarely get in close quarters and I win most of my br/ dmr battles. It just makes my distance aim more accurate. In halo 3 though my friends were always baffled with how great I was at range but then up close I was just awful. Playing on 2 in that game definitely made me worse up close
4, but I am always beig tempted to go up to 5. I find that it suits my playstyle cuz I like to do Regicide with a Battle Rifle and 4 allows me to do 1v1 against most people (bar some good DMR users).
I have been wanting to go to 5 because I am frequently finding myself being bumrushed by Assault Rifle/Surressor users and I'd like to be able to jump over their head and do the quick mid-air turnaround assassination thing all those fancy ninjas on YouTube pull off in their montages. Just my thoughts...
Yeah I usually play on 10 so I can turn faster but I'm starting to think this affects my accuracy at range. But I hate how sluggish lower values feel. --- http://i46.tinypic.com/68tye8.jpg ~ ssj3blade || GT = finalfantastica