no, I play games made for REAL men like Sakura Beach
i'm champ 1 but i have around 800 hours. it takes time
dont practice lol. i just started and im gold 3, idk maybe im lucky? or maybe im talented? who knows
grand champ 1, it takes a lot of effort and practice. It took me like 1000 hrs to get into champ and another 1000 to get out of champ, so just never give up trying ig
best tips I can give for new players are to play with people who are a little better than you, and to watch pro/tutorial vids on important mechanics/gamesense/positioning etc.
i used to play it...but everyone just hogs the ball in every game and i just gave up on it.
I have like 20 hours and yeah im pretty trash. My controller is also dog shit and the joysticks have like no traction on them
I was always curious about carsoccer but I'm tired of team games
How are you still that low rank with 100 hours? I have 50 hours and I've been diamond 2.
I are also play rocket leaague
used to be half decent. hate the game now 0 evolution forever other than a few car mechanics I cant be asked to waste time learning.
nothing different about maps which could generate some interest
I suck ass, but yeah I do play it. I recently learned how to do the half flip and fast kickoff
Fun game. You can play it with 0% of your brain and still make some goals and have fun. I'm stuck on platinum 1 I guess, but I don't play with friends, so I don't see any reason to learn how to play better in this game.
I have +500h and I'm Diamond III :D
I play since 2017 but I stopped playing it for a lot of time.
I am currently champ 1, playing a long time but this game gets boring after two or three games. Maps are all the same and cars all feel the same even though they vastly look very different (like 70 cars but only 6 different hitboxes)
Keep on training but above all, remember to always have fun while playing. Also what I like to do is playing free play in between every game to keep the good vibes up. But if you want to improve you should just boom the ball around in free play and try to recover from whatever moves you do as fast as you can. On top of that you just want to play as much games as you can to learn rotation and positioning Also if you know what good play looks like you can watch your replays and analyze what you could do differently.
Have been 1500-1700 mmr for a long while now
I am diamond somewhere, still struggle with air control.
Also, there is a lot of toxic people.
I used to play with my friends but they don't have time so I'm not playing atm
I reached platinum 2 or 3 but tbh I was carried, in reality I was gold 3 or platinum 1 at best, and now I'm rusty af so I'm basically gold.
used to, mouse+keyboard here, never practiced outside of matchmaking tho, literally never, was champ2-3 in trios, it just takes time