Dragonfire hit detection...

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3 years ago#1
Is it me or does shooting people who are moving give no hit markers?
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3 years ago#2
I aim at people's knees. Seems to work better for me.
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3 years ago#3
hold LT to zoom and try to not move when at a decent distance, helps a ton.
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3 years ago#4
its dependant on lag.

Its either amazing and its the best streak ever, or you shoot them square in the chest and you don't get anything. If that happens I just spray around them and I usually get them.
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3 years ago#5
it feels like if you're too close to people the bullets do nothing so i try to stay at a decent range from enemies
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3 years ago#6
Killstreak bullets are coded differently than regular bullets. I can't remember if its hit detection, lag comp or whatever. But it goes back to the BO1 Chopper Gunner at least. if you're host you can look at someone and melt them, otherwise you better be a psychic and lead your bullets accordingly
http://i.imgur.com/zYPEYhl.png
3 years ago#7
DF bullets are kinda slow so aim in the area they are running to not directly at the running enemy
3 years ago#8
Its because killstreak bullets have travel time. ie not hitscan like everything else.
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