ok so i was playing s+d on rundown and killed the last guy on their team with a hardscope and the second he died, all of the other team started saying "oh i bet that was a hardscope" then when they saw the kc, they were all like "omg what a s**t hardscope noob" well there were 2 or 3 snipers on their team and they were both like 2-4 and 3-4 where as i was like 10-2. seriously? do people really think quickscoping is the best way to use a sniper? i mean quickscoping can be handy if you have no other choice but all the time??? i'd prefer to have a better kdr and hardscope than get an amazing quickscope from across the map and have a really bad kdr :/
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The fad of Quick-Scoping has basically convinced people that if you don't try to R&G with a Sniper Rifle, you aren't sniping right. Personally, I enjoy "HardScoping" (why is it even called that anyway, it should just be Sniping), its much more satisfying lining up that headshot, than relying on the game's aim-assist to get me a kill.
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its much more satisfying lining up that headshot, than relying on the game's aim-assist to get me a kill.
No doubt. This is the best thing I've read on the forums all day. I'm baffled by why many people think exploiting the aim-assist takes more skill than sniping. Then again, the CoD community consist mainly of pre-teens (mentally, at least).