Hardly Anyone Online

Call of Duty Ghosts Wii U

Re: Hardly Anyone Online

in reply to Padiego

What's DA? lol

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Re: Hardly Anyone Online

in reply to Adam1234567893

Dual Analog controller.

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Re: Hardly Anyone Online

in reply to Whack-a-newbie

Oh okay well it's merged servers not merged games so you should still have aim assist with the dual analog controllers.

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Re: Hardly Anyone Online

in reply to Adam1234567893

Yeah, PC players would dominate.

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Re: Hardly Anyone Online

in reply to WiimotesRus02

some people may now have an xbox one or ps4 and sick of the red headed step child treatment

Wii U will be mainly for mario type games for the kids and reflex and w@w for me.

Xbone for pretty much the rest

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Re: Hardly Anyone Online

in reply to WiimotesRus02

Honestly, i think it's multiple of things. For one, people are having to deal with exams and end of term/semester stuff. Another key point to take into account is that some people may have gotten worn out of the Call of Duty launch and are now taking a break; also it could be the connection issues i keep seeing pop up from posts on here. I wouldn't say that it's one reason, but i would be willing to bet that a major reason behind the drop in players is due to school. As others have stated, it could have even been due to the launch of the PS4 and Xbox One. People might have migrated to different platforms to play.*

For one, i'm actually swamped with work right now. End of semester == most suckish time of year.

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Re: Hardly Anyone Online

in reply to barolb

barolb wrote:



Honestly, i think it's multiple of things. For one, people are having to deal with exams and end of term/semester stuff. Another key point to take into account is that some people may have gotten worn out of the Call of Duty launch and are now taking a break; also it could be the connection issues i keep seeing pop up from posts on here. I wouldn't say that it's one reason, but i would be willing to bet that a major reason behind the drop in players is due to school. As others have stated, it could have even been due to the launch of the PS4 and Xbox One. People might have migrated to different platforms to play.*



For one, i'm actually swamped with work right now. End of semester == most suckish time of year.



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I don't think its school my friend, like I said I've not seen it like this before, there are plenty of adults around to make up the numbers. A lot of people in my clan have stopped playing too, and we're all over 40. I don't even see the beast online and he's always on after he finishes work. But you're right, it could be a number of things, there's a 16 page list of bugs for one reason. For me, I won't be on at all this weekend, I have a whole weekend fully booked with gigs and parties, and its probably going to take a whole week to recover too..

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Re: Hardly Anyone Online

in reply to WiimotesRus02

I had 5 or 6 Australian matches in a row yesterday. It was amazing. I averaged 6-8kdr per match and my weekly KDR rose from 2.42 to 3.21. In one game I went 33-1. There's no way I could do that on international lobbies. There's just no way.

Connection is life.

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Re: Re: Hardly Anyone Online

in reply to Pwnsweet1

Pwnsweet wrote:



Connection is life.



and ass is hometown.

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Re: Hardly Anyone Online

in reply to nintendon_t

that is disgusting, atreyu remove it

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