Now, I’m not one to be a reactionary, like so many pro players nowadays, but after using the charge shotgun for a couple hours, I was finally able to get a grasp on the ins and outs of this weapon, and it’s not pretty. Let me explain.
The charge shotgun is a weapon that is by design, flawed for fortnite. In any other BR, the charge shotgun would do just fine, but Fortnite’s core mechanic, (building) causes a huge problem. Fortnite’s meta involves making quick edits and taking quick peek shots at opponents. The charge mechanic fully throws this idea away, forcing you to have to hold your shoot button to even have a chance at dealing damage. This means that quick edits are entirely out of the picture, and you have to shoot without doing anything else. From my experience, this replaces boxfighting with a horribly boring game of cat and mouse, each player waiting for their opponent to edit so they can pre-fire, because realistically, that’s all you can do. You can’t shoot p... keep reading on reddit ➡
How hard can it be? All I wanna do is practice with that stupid gun but epic says no for whatever reason
i don't want to play real games so just let me practice with it so i can do something
Many people would be familiar with Rock Paper Shotgun. In its heyday it had the best writing about PC games on the internet and took a genuinely independent approach to covering PC gaming, often focusing on the personal relationship between games and gamers or aspects of the gaming industry not being examined by mainstream gaming sites.
Sadly, the site isn't what it was. Virtually all of the best writers have moved on and (perhaps not coincidentally) the content has gone off a cliff. Today the a decent chunk of the content is advertorials pushing hardware deals (with referral links), although these masquerade as hardware 'news'. There is also a hell of a lot of filler content that didn't used to be there, such as endless news stories about minor updates to games - stuff that used to be the domain of sites like Kotaku, while RPS wrote interesting long form stuff about the experience of gaming. They have also been doing hardware reviews for a co... keep reading on reddit ➡
i can’t even begin to explain how mad i am because like 4 times i’ve died off of spawn because my grey tac does 68 to the head and the other guy somehow finds a p90 and beams me into another dimension good lord this gun is dogshit
Everyone's going on about cheesing strength skill, but what about cheesing traders? There is no fucking way to spend 750k on Jaeger LL1 in any reasonable timeframe without just buying 150 axion cobra mounts and selling them to mechanic or some shit, he doesn't even buy them back. I know you can cheese it easily, but you shouldn't have to cheese it at all
thank you for coming to my ted talk
20-year-old Sharon Pope Dejesus and her younger sister, 18-year-old Lillian Pope, were last seen alive on the evening of December 13th, 1973.
Sharon lived in Gary, Indiana and Lillian lived in nearby Portage, but their places of employment were very near each other, and often times they would wait for one another after work.
On the night of the 13th, Lillian met Sharon after Sharon finished her shift at Calvin's Grill, a drive-in restaurant, located at 4701 E. Dunes Highway in Gary, Indiana.
Coworkers of Sharons reported to police that the two sisters left the restaurant to go to 12-20 Bowl, which was within walking distance of the restaurant.
They were last seen walking down Dunes Highway towards the bowling alley.
The following morning, a highway worker in Lake Station, Indiana doing routine checks on a sewage lift station, discovered the sisters laying side by side near the gravel road that led to the secluded area. The area was wooded, and a common place for people to ille... keep reading on reddit ➡
Today I found out this family exist. Yes, FAMILY. I have no words.
I have 600+ hours of siege and there’s many things things that only noobs do. Some have actual reason behind them others I think don’t have reason. Some of my R6 friends say that reflex on shotguns are nooby and bad but I don’t really see why so I came here to ask people who have more experience than me and my friends.
This loadout is all about speed. The greatest benefit using this over felwinter is the ADS and slide speed. It basically forced me to do a melee after every shot though, which is something one should do even with felwinters but it put it down my muscle memory with this loadout.
Does it work in comp? Well kinda, not high level comp but this loadout enhances so much your speed that if played correctly your positioning on the map is always top notch around the map.
I also snapped a monte carlo onto it too for more projectile melees... because why not???
Ok, so after they vaulted the combat, you had two very strong options for a shotgun: green-blue pump and grey-gold tac. Pumps were very strong in season x, with the blue version being able to hit for 200. Tacs were also really strong, with the gold version being able to hit for 195.
It’s slightly more consistent because of shot package. That’s it. This isn’t the “Felwinter’s Reach” of D1. Not even close. It consistently kills at 7-8 meters which is exactly what god rolled Astral Horizons and Mindbender’s do.
This weapon being released is simply a balancing act so that ALL players can have a viable shotgun for the crucible without the mindless grinding some of us have done for godrolled versions of other shotguns.
So before you start crying that this weapon is “broken”, check yourself. It’s just another good shotgun. There might be an uptick in use since it’s new, but that doesn’t mean it’s the best or needs to get “nErFeD”.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
May 05, 2020
The Canadian Sporting Arms and Ammunition Association (CSAAA) and the Canadian Shooting Sports Association (CSSA) demand the immediate withdrawal of the flawed Order in Council. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Minister Bill Blair looked Canadian gun owners in the eye last Friday and said they would not take guns suitable for hunting away from us.
Minister Blair is either too inept to comprehend the scope of his regulations…or he lied to the Government and Canadians.
In the legal opinion of our firearms legal team – headed by Edward Burlew L.L.B., one of the foremost experts in Canadian firearms law – Blair banned almost every modern 12-gauge and 10-gauge shotgun in Canada with removable chokes because they exceed the maximum bore diameter of 20 mm as defined in SOR/2020-96.
It is estimated there 1.5 – 2 million of these common hunting firearms in Canada.
As well, many large bore hunting rifles – some more than 100 years old and valued at more... keep reading on reddit ➡