I have been trying to learn German
Some troll friend told me it was easy because English was Germanic in nature. Now some of my teachers think I actually understand it, despite me not even knowing how to pronounce umlauts, let alone construct a grammatically correct sentence that won't send a Bavarian in a hissy fit.
a - aw (like tAll)
ä - ay (like sAY)
o - oh (like phOne)
ö - ur (like fURther)
u - oo (like fOOd)
ü - ue (like grUEl. Tür = TUER)
Grammar is mostly identical to english with some small changes sometimes, like keine negating a noun or negating a sentence depending on where you put it. Most of the time you can just build the sentence identical to english and get away with it.
The change doesn't adress the problem with aimpunch at all.
i.e. the violent screen shaking which looks really jarring and disruptive (that'll be even worse now), it being more effective close range while being touted as a sniper counter and the general stacking of rng mechanics which amplify each other to the point of unfun gunplay.
It would've been easier to say "One down, many more to go. Could you please address the violent screen shaking and general stacking of rng mechanics that amplify each other to the point of unfun gameplay too? I hope this is coming in the future. Thanks!"
It gets the same point across and doesn't make you look like a gobbledeguk fuckwit, and broadens community help with positive criticism.
Personally, I'm extra happy to hear the devs are making changes and now have a good telemetry system so they can properly address these issues.
Keep up the good work devs!
It was pretty bad before too
But remember they're balancing this stuff for pro 5v5 so they're assuming the majority of shots are headshots anyway
Joke's on you
The unwritten rules are now written rules.
I thought Anubis is a dog?
Technically he's an egyptian golden wolf, but jackal is a more direct translation and was what the egyptians called those creatures. Modern day gene testing showed it's closer to a wolf, but he's still referred to as a jackal.