Some games you get right away. While other games take time to get accustomed to. PUBG seems to be a game that has elements of both for me. While I have a decent strategy about setting myself up for the long game I struggle with the aiming in the game.
The hip fire has two different firing methods. The first is a completely unaided method which provides no accuracy. Even with a shotgun you would have trouble hitting your target up close. The second provides a little bit of accuracy if you fire in single or burst mode. You have to be pretty close for it to be affective in full auto.
If you aren’t hip firing then you can aim down the sights. This is the most accurate mode of firing. It reduces your mobility greatly, but that is true of firing a weapon in real life. I’m struggling with finding the proper time to use hip or sight aim and getting enough practice to be proficient at either when under pressure.
Encounters with other players can be scarce some matches which does not give me much opportunity to practice fire fights. As it stands it will take time to get accustomed to the fighting aspect of the game, which is a very important element needed to win.
So in the video you can watch me struggle to stay alive in several matches. I wasn’t able to make top 10 in any of them, but I’m determined to do well even if I don’t win.