Bruh r u a boomer or something?
it's ok, i haven;t played this game for a month and i'm alive
Just don’t play competitively. I felt like that, now I play only maps out of active duty, cs 1.6 and source. Not worth your time feeling that way, go and have fun!
i feel you men))) just play for fun
maybe you are talented at competitive burger eating.
Shift to editing for the majority of your time
Btw it'll take a lot of time to adjust to 144
Just tweak your settings or smthng but don't give up easily
Dude, I got a tip for you.
There's only so much you can do with a good aim, but in order to be able to hit your opponent first, you need to have an advantage (peek him first or be in a better angle than him).
So, my advice is: work on your movement/positioning. If you're losing most of your duels you're doing one of the two wrong at least 90% of the time.
Find videos from voo, n0thing or other pro/expro/semipro with tips because you might think you know how to do it, but they will always add something (for example, i knew about peekers advantage, but on voo's video i've learned how to counter it.. )
there's also good content for solo plays you can execute mid round, like one-way smokes, pop flashes, how to lurk, how to get info without getting killed, etc.
edit: also, don't pay attention to ranks, specially your enemie's (rank or level, whatever). play FIRST and then, if you want, check their ranks. Sometimes you tilt when the game hasn't even began because you see they have higher level or your team has lower level.
Go r6 siege
Full brain no aim
1st: you are a noob.
2nd: dont give up
Just chill lol, you can improve and play at high level without becoming a pro player.
Just keep the fun in mind
you try aim trainers man? use Aimer7's paper (google for that) and go through his click timing routine. Pirate Kovaak's (comment under me for info on how) Try that for one month and get to intermediate beginner routine then give up. It's very fun to rack up the averages if you put them in an excel and format them so you can see progress. (but regardless average scores /=/ progress, mouse feel = progress). Plus it fuckin works.
Maybe practice instead of buying new equipment?
I play CS: GO only for fun and with my brother.
We're both Agency trolls who know all the boosts :P
yep this game is now trash. many smurfs, aimers, cheaters and trolls. Just play for fun :) and practice.
Trolling on public servers is alot of fun. I play alot competitively but playing on public servers is the fun part for me. That's how I fell in love with the game in the first place: dedicated pubs.
Try Valorant. Everyone else who is bad at CSGO plays it.
Try VALORANT. It's more entertaining if you will play seriously. Learn some tricks and get good at it)
Just practice and play for fun, you can also have some fun on public servers, surf is pretty fun, you dont even have to talk with others but can listen to others making some jokes etc.