When i said ur ratio is negative i was talking to star because he was making fun of some1 who just started playing the game when he has more experience and he sux
dude i dont suck
your K/D begs to differ
I don't think anyone's mentioned this yet: Don't forget that all your matches are recorded, so if you meet a player who totally dominates a match go to cinema mode and see what techniques they use.
My own personal tips:
Stay near the edges of the maps to begin with, it means you'll be exposed from less angles.
Use your camera to look all around you, especially round corners.
Get to know the weapon placements so you know where to pick up your favorite weapons
Be cautious when running for a good weapon as players from the other team will be doing the same
The pistole and shotgun are great for close quarters, especially on the smaller maps. Don't bother aiming, just run and gun and shoot the enemies at point blank range.
Don't expose yourself to long range fire when equipping these close range weapons
use grenades often either by aiming with r1 and r2 or just dropping them with r2 if someone is persuing you. Don't just throw them miles away and hope for the best.
The FAL is a great weapon for large long maps like Train Wreck and Fort.
Thats all for now