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As the years progress, the Call of Duty franchise does as well. No matter how many differences spring up as the new games are released, there are still core connections between all of them. Not only will these connections allow you to play well, they will also maximize the enjoyment you get while playing. Becoming that better player like you always wanted can only happen if you learn tips that can be universally used in any Call of Duty game.
One of my favorite things about Call of Duty is that it allows me to catch up with my friends while simultaneously shooting people in the face. I mean, what’s more appealing than that? This is something that you can do in any Call of Duty regardless of how different they are from each other. Having this core group of teammates that I know have my back if things take a nasty turn has always been a key factor to my success.
I’m sure many people have had the following happen to them at one time or another. You were super stoked to play some Call of Duty because well let’s be honest, the games are amazing and you played a few games with some randoms. After those few games you were mumbling to yourself about how bad your teammates were and that you always carry the team on your back. There is very simple solution that will help you rack up wins and give your back that well needed rest; call up some of your friends and tell them to get online.
From my experience, playing with people that you know gives you a huge advantage since you already know their strengths/weaknesses. The game-type I like to play (domination) is clearly a team playlist, so I can very much relate it to a sport I also love (basketball). Just like in basketball, you have players that are better at defending (my friends Royce, Dario and Adam), and you have better offensive players (my friends Jason and Johnny). Then you have me who will maliciously run around and slaughter everyone before they even have a chance to get to their objective. This doesn’t relate to basketball, but man would that be an even more interesting sport if it did include that. The point is that there is a reason why you have teammates; to work together and complete an objective. This all might seem so basic but a lot of people really don’t take advantage of being able to control who will be watching your six when it’s crunch time. I don’t know about you, but I would much rather want my friends to watch my back than some eight year-old kid that’s screaming in the mic.
Getting this right mixture of players creates a perfectly balanced team and will allow you to become an unstoppable force. Not only will you play better as a team, you will also play better as individuals. So give your friends a call, play some Call of Duty, and enjoy the massacre.