Perfect Practice: How to Git Gud

How exactly does one “git gud”? Is it a certain gun, tactic, subclass? Is there a special key that suddenly propels an average player to the pinnacle of Crucible ability? Nope. Practice, patience, and the ability to acknowledge your mistakes – which is undoubtedly the most difficult – is how to become a better player. Practice doesn’t make perfect, perfect practice makes perfect. Reviewing Mistakes For this method to work, a large portion of time will need to be dedicated to film review. To start, record a few matches of your preferred game type in the Crucible. Play to the best

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Legendary Sidearm Reviews

Crow’s Eye Pros – Hitscan. Above average range. High aim assist. Neutral – Average stability. Cons – Very low reload speed. Low mag size. Recommended Perks: Linear Compensator Hand Loaded, Fitted Stock High Caliber Rounds/Quickdraw, Lightweight, Snapshot Rangefinder, Zen Moment, Crowd Control, Reactive Reload, Hot Swap, Battle Runner For this archetype, even though the damage per bullet is higher, the slower RoF means it’s harder to compete with the other sidearms. However, due to the sidearm changes that came with Rise of Iron, this is one of the best sidearms out there because Linear Compensator allows it to kill with

Legendary Pulse Rifle Reviews

Lyudmila-D Pros – Very high range and mag size. Above average recoil direction. Cons – Very low reload speed, stability, and aim assist. Recommended Perks: SC Holo Headseeker, Crowd Control, Glass Half Full Counterbalance, Unflinching Hand-laid Stock, Injection Mold, Fitted Stock, High Caliber Rounds It’s difficult to achieve a perfect two-burst with this pulse rifle, so Headseeker is great because you’re less dependent on hitting all headshots to achieve minimum TtK. Counterbalance is a massive help as well, preventing the gun from pulling as hard to the left as it normally does. Hand-laid Stock is by far the best choice for the last