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I've come across many players. There are plenty of players with 2:1 or 3:1 kill death ratios. But what about the ones with 6-1 kdr, where everything is a headshot, and every grenade is perfect? How do people get so good? Is there talent involved in Uncharted?
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Icebound1 wrote:
I've come across many players. There are plenty of players with 2:1 or 3:1 kill death ratios. But what about the ones with 6-1 kdr, where everything is a headshot, and every grenade is perfect? How do people get so good? Is there talent involved in Uncharted?

No, just lag. Smiley LOL







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Jan 3, 2014
See that button on your console with the green light above it?

Or, you know the circle button on your controller with the PlayStation logo on it? And how when you press it you can sign out of PSN?

Or alternatively, you know how stacked parties disappear when there's a chance they might loose?

In other words... They exploited their stats...


Grenades do have a slight learning curve, but it's not very hard once you get used to it. Lagging can help, it makes them harder for your opponents to throw back, and they will have a bigger radius (Well, on your opponents screen at least).

Some people are good at headshots, but it depends on what you mean. If they only get headshots throughout the entire match, you should check the cinema, if they appear be freezing at all, they are probably lag-switching.
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This game has a lot of exploits and people use it to boost their stats, and this game is extremely laggy, but let's not jump to conclusions, this community always claims a good player as being a hacker or lagger.
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lol it took me a while to get good at the game and as for those high KDs... i have a 2nd account that's around 2340 kills and 930 deaths and i havent recieved any lag hatemail so it can be done Smiley Very Happy
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^2340 and 930 is a totally reasonable (but good) KDR.

I think he means those guys you see who are like 1500 and 200. Or 100,000 and 15,000. Something is fishy about those guys. With my KDR roughly around 1.65 I shouldn't be beating those guys during 1v1's most of the time. But I do, at least in Plunder or TO. If I beat them in TDM they usually sign out. Or I don't beat them due to lag or some other very strange things happening during those games lol.
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Jan 3, 2014

exactly kdr isnt every thing nationm04 is really good and have low kill and death . there is aguy name a wycliff_12 has not very good kdr even my kdr is higher but he is more pro than me by 10 times and its no way i can won against him

 

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Jan 3, 2014

Last time I remember a 5:1 ratio isn't even hard to get in this game lol

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Jan 3, 2014

lol its if yr kdr is negative and you hace more than 40000 death

 

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Jan 3, 2014
As long as you don't play like an idiot it's incredibly easy to get a 5+ KD.
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