These don’t exist in SMITE
@Depressed Cashier, MOBAs really are infamously toxic
@Depressed Cashier, I do it when they genuinely want help but whenever I point out something bad they did or somewhere they can improve, they normally just type obscenities and I move on.
@Depressed Cashier, ver...vvx
@Depressed Cashier, I feel like this applies more to mmorpg's. At least that's where I've gotten and and given it to new players once I got far enough
@Villain in Glasses, yeah, it is just inherently frustrating to be 1 of 5 fingers in a hand, trying to pick up an apple.
@Villain in Glasses, Smite was actually really chill until it got on Steam. Then the toxicity seeped in.
@Depressed Cashier, I remember I wasn't paying good one game, made a wrong move, and this person started questioning everything I was doing. It didn't devolve into a toxic thing mostly because idgaf and I told him I didn't care. I was just playing for fun and then I pulled a clutch play that completely changed their attitude. Then we won shortly after.
@Depressed Cashier, then you've never run into me.
I’m level 140+ on Deep Rock Galactic. I have my lobby message set to “All lvls welcome. Come have fun.” because I really enjoy helping new players out.
I do this all the time in Fallout 76.
Playing TF2 again after 3-4 years, still haven't learned how to rocket jump (I main Med). Finally got around to getting on jump servers, doing pretty bad tbh. Then there was this F2P who came in, did a jump I was stuck on and I followed his example and made it. The next jump I got past on way before he did but I stayed there at the end and was giving him some advice and he actually made it. So I gave him a high five (bc you can do that in Team Fortress 2 if you haven't played before) and we both went through the jumps together. A couple times, I even backtracked to him to show him how to do it again (and got stuck again lol).
TL;DR, if you have an idea of what to do in a game and you run across a new player who's actively trying to improve, give them some pointers. The more you help people, the better they get and that means more fun matches for you and anyone else who plays them
FF14 and SWTOR have good communities. WoW, MOBA, Sports and Shooters just have the worst of the worst.
Of all the games I've played,the in game community in Warfare is the absolute best at this
I had that happen once. Multi player on the old cell shaded XIII game on the original xbox. There were literally no one playing, so he led me around showing glitches and and tricks in each map.
I used to try to help kids in pubg...just so i wouldnt get butchered
If you're an experienced player, just help out the newbies. It'll make the game better for them and you won't get as frustrated with them since they'll know what they're doing
“... but then gets audibly board and angry that you’re too slow and he’s not getting payed.”
OSRS does pretty good at this for the most part
A real god amongst men