Have any of you guys ever thought that maybe you just aren’t as good of a player as the one that just beat you? Or maybe there were other factors in that particular game that led to your demise? For instance maybe you or one of your team mates made a mistake that cost you the game or as the monster you were caught in a really bad spot and just simply couldn’t mitigate.
You will not be able to win every game you play no matter how elite pro you think you are compared to everyone else. Chances are you just are not as good as you think you are.
So the next time a monster stage ones you or the hunters creep on your butt and walk you until you die, take that pause after the game to think about what happened. Ask yourself why you got beat. Could you have done something better? Did a team mate mess up and cost you the game? Perhaps you should politely give him/her some advice to better your team work.
Record your matches if you have too and re-watch them.
I consider myself to be one of the better hunters on the PS4 as far as map knowledge and general game theory and actual skill go but I still make mistakes and I can own up to them when I do. I know when I could have done something better.
So the next time a monster combos you down in three seconds ask yourself if its because it was OP or was it because you were caught off guard in a spot you probably shouldn’t have been standing in and you had no jetpack because you wasted all of it getting there.
PS: I’m not saying there isn’t balance issues. All games have them but over all the game feels relatively balanced.