What's the general consensus of people who use target finders?

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2 years ago#1
I stopped using it in December once I got comfortable with the controls. Are they known as bad players or do they just need a little help aiming and get a pass?
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2 years ago#2
They are fine. People who complain about them are just bad.
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2 years ago#3
The thing of it is, they aren't bad nor do they need help aiming. The target finder is an attachment and Cold Blooded is a counter to it, people just complain because they don't want to give up their precious Toughness perk in the tier 2 slot and they keep running headlong into the sights instead of flanking. So my consensus is TF users aren't bad, the people who refuse to adapt and make the circumstances work in their favor are the bad ones.
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2 years ago#4
They only really hurt strategies that rely on concealment (ironically traditional sniping), but I just take out my TF class and proceed to demolish the other team if there's too many people using them.
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2 years ago#5
they're easy to take out

I have a cold blooded class, so if I die, I would've died in any situation.
2 years ago#6
L4DMalus posted...
The thing of it is, they aren't bad nor do they need help aiming. The target finder is an attachment and Cold Blooded is a counter to it, people just complain because they don't want to give up their precious Toughness perk in the tier 2 slot and they keep running headlong into the sights instead of flanking.


Or, you know, they don't like how it's unbalancedd that you have to spend 2 slots on the pick 10 system to counter something that takes one slot.
2 years ago#7
I don't use target finder but I can see myself starting to for that playercard. Many players just want to unlock all achievements and beat as many challenges.
2 years ago#8
Kyle1022 posted...
L4DMalus posted...
The thing of it is, they aren't bad nor do they need help aiming. The target finder is an attachment and Cold Blooded is a counter to it, people just complain because they don't want to give up their precious Toughness perk in the tier 2 slot and they keep running headlong into the sights instead of flanking.


Or, you know, they don't like how it's unbalancedd that you have to spend 2 slots on the pick 10 system to counter something that takes one slot.


Don't want to spend the 3 points so you can have toughness and cold blooded? Then pick one or the other and quit your complaining. If you want to keep running headlong into my TF MK48, that's on you
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2 years ago#9
I play HC, so I don't use toughness. I don't use coldblooded that often either. But TF is dumb. It's either reflex or ironsights for me.
2 years ago#10
Lmao you use the target finder.
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