After my last rather embarrassing installment of PUBG solo I found this go around to be a calm experience. I didn’t get my chicken dinner but I was still satisfied that I did the best I could.
In the first game I didn’t get any kills but I survived to the final 20. At one point enemies were so close to where I was hiding that I could hear them running around in the room next door. It seems whenever I play a map with Rivers I’m trying to cross to the opposite site that I’m on… no matter which side I seem to start on.
In the second game I got only one kill, but that was before two near death encounters. The second I ended up killing my attacker. While I made a dash for the final circle a sniper hit me when jumping out of cover to make my dash for the finish. I made it to the top 5 and I was satisfied with how I did.
Games aren’t always about winning but about learning from your mistakes, learning the map and honing the unique mechanics of each game. Studying these things while you play and considering them after a game you become a better player. And sometimes no matter how good of a player you are you just get unlucky.