aint reading all that but
happy for you! or
sorry that happened :(
If you only have 50 hours, just play for fun the first 200-300 hours because you will learn fast anyway. Do deathmatch, bots later.
feels too long to be bait but i just wanna say to other people, if u have good trust factor and prime, you wont see many cheaters if any at all. valve has been doing quite a good job when it comes to cheaters in the past year or two
csgo isnt playable if u dont play on faceit on MM eaither if u are silver or global ppl barely try to win and force every single round
Not gonna read something so long from a gold nova LMAO
How to practice spraying:
1- Aim at a wall.
2- Shoot the whole magazine to the wall without moving the mouse, just press m1
3-Look at the pattern
4-Do the opposite movement of the pattern shown on wall next to it while shooting another mag
5-Repeat 1 to 4 for 3k hours
keep enjoying it my bro
there is always a light for casual player like you and me
Weird, you shouldn't be playing against people with 3khours. Did you already receive your rank? I think it takes 10 matches to calibrate your skill level in the beginning, did you play those 10 matches yet?
Work through the yprac maps to get a feeling for angles, preaim, etc.
Try some spray control map from time to time.
Learn some nades that help YOU and are not designed to only help others.
Try not to tilt in mm/faceit.
you start at lvl 3 at faceit cuz you should never play it before you reach atleast mge/dmg lvl.
happy for you bro
sad that happened, itll get over soon
good luck man I feel like I’m hard stuck nova 3-4 :(
tldr = get prime and good trust factor
There is no shortcut, just grind and grind and you will become better.
Don't force yourself to constantly play to improve cause then if you mess up you're more likely to get frustrated and not actually enjoy the game. In my experience (started playing beginning 2018) I always thought I was so much better than I was for 2 years, and then when I stopped solely focusing on improving and winning and instead having fun playing the game, thats when i got alot better - just naturally improved slowly over time to an extent where now If I grinded faceit for a month I could probably rank up a few levels but that isn't always fun, espesically since most of my friends don't play cs.
Check my P90 series to global and lvl10. That will help u
"but how in Valve's plans are new players going to stay in this game after first matches?"
they don't care /closed
You are gonna need like, 20-50 times that amount of hours to be anywhere
Biggest brainless move from valve is that u can be ion mm with full on randoms vs 5 stack premade, it is so annoying, 5 stack should play vs 5 stack, its simple.
I feel you, we 30 y/o old talents don't have the same amount of time anymore
50 hours too little to play mm - start with dm and aim bots just to learn the mechanics of shooting
just keep playing, csgo is a marathon game that requires hundreds if not thousands of hours before you can even think about doing good, some people have been playing this shit since they were born, the odds are really stacked against new players
I felt like it was a pasta but if it wasn't....
Sound cues are very easy, it just sounds like you're so new that you haven't actually internalized the map structures yet. All of the ground tiles in specific locations have pretty unique boots-hitting-ground sound effects, so if you recognize them, you can tell where people are going.
For example, in T side apartments on Mirage, the sandy apartment ground has a different sound than the stairs to underpass and the tiles of the floor in kitchen. So depending which of those three cues you end up hearing the most you can deliberate on what the play might be, but at least comm where you hear people going to, whether or not it's a true execute. The information is still valuable, because a player (or multiple) here means there is much less a chance for a player there, so your team has more latitude to peek angles for info and advance on map control, and will also keep them from possibly wasting utility dumps on locations where the enemies aren't.
It's probably best that you don't take the game as seriously for now, and play for a couple hundred hours just taking in the design of the maps, the sounds, the angles, the timings, and even utility lineups. The knowledge game of CS is something you have to exercise through routine as much as the mechanical game of CS, but whereas you can (roughly) earn mechanics through solo play in special modes like yprac and aim maps, knowledge kind of has to be labbed through in-game action against people who already know better than you, so you can reasonably see what you can and can't get away with, in more than a purely theoretical sense. It's just field practice, and you need a lot of it.
Why would you even take the game serious, play for fun