I still dont get it even when someone is good on more then 1 pmc
It's got nothing to do with how good one person is, it's how much easier on average it is for that one person to play well on SVER due to the other players in the game. When someone on Valor or Raven groups up with 8+ competant killers in a Sabo it usually automatically turns from a constant fight for the objectives and most likely a loss in the first 10 minutes into a redline game and the more killers your grouped with the easier the game becomes.
The server doesn't match up players based on their level or their skill and since the day MAG launched SVER has attracted a much higher proportion of high level veterans, grouped clans, and just your everyday tryhards that can't stand losing, being outkilled and real competition while Valor and Raven attracted a lot more new low level players, non-tryhards, and demo noobs, which results in three totally different balanced PMC's. If MAG was a single player shooter with only AI teammates and opponents then selecting SVER would be no different than picking the easiest setting to play on.
The only time this changes is when you get put in a game against a decent size group of skilled players that collectively outnumber your side in skill and as we all know that only happens a fraction of the time for Valor and Raven which is why SVER has been able to control both contracts for each game mode the majority of the time for 3 years.
Reputable / Impeccable SVER XbLaZer_62
It seems like ur more concerned about a win now..then join SVER.....crazy u call it EZ BECAUSE we WIN more NOT TO LONG AGO I THOUGHT YOU SAID IT WAS BECAUSE OF SVER WEAPONS.....so why is it ez pick 1 WEAPONS are WINS TOHOT?
It's always been both. The weapons just make far less difference than the unbalanced player base does.
If we lose both letters in 3min n sabo im not goin to stay its POINTLESSSSS
This statement reminds me of RazorPump^ when i use to play with him, he'll rage quit the game even if he had 60 kills and minimal deaths if the team was losing. smh