on 08-03-2010 01:39 PM
Ok, so i reached lvl 60 yesterday and after a while i made the choice to vet to another PMC. I left Valor to join S.V.E.R. I wasnt planning on changing teams, it was just a knee-jerk reaction to losing a couple of games too quickly. So, after a few games with my new PMC i see that my K/D ratio is starting to creep up, and i'm starting to get used to actually winning more often. It almost feels like cheating, because ive spent time learning Valor's maps and weaknesses, now when im up against them i feel like i have the advantage! I am very glad i changed PMC after 60 lvl's with Valor, but do any of you guys regret vet'n to another PMC?
(unless your a Platinum hunter, which will mean you have to Veteran to another PMC no matter what)
on 08-03-2010 01:52 PM
I just wish one could make another character when you vet. I like playing as a raven and because the maps are different i would like to play as raven after I'm vetted. Not to mention when Zipper decides to nerf things or perhaps add some equipment you go like: "awww...that scope probably kicks ass on the ATAC 2000". Specially if the added items are like "tier 6" and you just vetted and have lvl1.
Me thinks...when you reach lvl60 it should unlock another character.
At the moment...when I hit lvl60 (soon) I'm going to make another account for Valor...too bad my pre-order code of Valor is on this account...great.
on 08-03-2010 01:55 PM
on 08-03-2010 04:16 PM
At first i regretted changing over from Valor to Raven because I was used to getting 30+ kills and 10-15 deaths, but was losing too many matches and when I joined Raven i was dying more than killing. But after awhile I learned how Raven playstyle and team work and back to my killing ways and better, Im able to get more kills and get tons of xp for working as a team, because Valor lacked teamwork. So so far Raven is better.
on 08-03-2010 11:11 PM
on 07-04-2010 10:49 AM
on 07-04-2010 09:10 PM
on 11-04-2010 10:22 AM
I vetted from Raven to Sver on the double points weekend and these matches are easy. You don't even need teamwork when defending. You just check your objective and stick to it. In most cases all these maps are pure massacre for the enemy. You like really dig yourself in and defend! You can put anti-vehicle mines without getting shot every single time, because the turrets control the crowds. Then when the enemy decides that the turrets are killers on foot...they use a APC and drive into the mines. Boom. Then, you repeat.
With Raven...resupplying was rare...mostly you died and got a resupply from that. With SVER...you actually need to use bunkers and resupply points because you run out of ammo!
Raven maps are nightmares and if there isn't teamwork...they lose. With SVER it's enough that people know how to pull the trigger and into what general direction they need to shoot. Accuracy doesn't really matter, because most of the maps are designed for crossfire. I've noticed this from a huge increase in ...aiding kills (not sure which term MAG uses because mine is localized for finnish).