That doesn't mean to stay. Even if they don't catch up, it's just not a good time getting hit by molotovs nonstop and walking over bombs every other step, especially when you half your deaths are in the last couple minutes as a result.
i tried to add you man, its better to be with us than be on our receiving end.
And I'll accept whenever I'm online next, should be sometime tonight.
See, even when its obvious exaggeration, it clouds the issue.
If the other team kills you that much, you're getting your own welfare.
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the problem isn't games being dominated, usually an expert team can still sweep a noob team with final life counters being like 18-0. The bigger problem is when equally matched teams are skewed simply because one team has more stuff than the other when the match is still fairly close, usually only 4 or so kills in difference.
If it did many vets would exploit it.
And well said about being punished for not dying on a survival game. Smh.
And no, I'm not exaggerating. One thing is having to adapt to the situation and deal with it; a whole 'nother thing is being abused thanks to a system that's not properly balanced.