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i wonder how hard is this for a beginner ....



Posted: //
Dec. 7, 2017, 7:34 a.m.



i just started playing and i already know what to do and how to do it but the thing is most the time my team they don,t care for the on slaught objective they focus on killing people thinking they are going to win by only that and they ignore our Target to protect here i always feel like am alone protecting it from 3 enemies at the time.. and am just a healer unit not an actual fighter lol just saying that people should care more for the objective then killing dozen of enemies and not getting much points >.> it's not nice playing with stupid people lol


Posted: //
Dec. 7, 2017, 8:58 a.m.



A lot of people don't think babysitting their team's Command Ship is very fun.


Posted: //
Dec. 7, 2017, 10:26 a.m.



I feel that the learning curve isn't too steep by any means, but it varies for every person of course. A lot of people find their favorite type of ship, and flock to it. Once there, you get the hang of things fairly quickly.

That being said, the experience where other allies don't cooperate is unfortunately pretty common. It's not just with Dreadnought either, it's with all kinds of other games.

Communication is incredibly important and we want to find the best ways to improve it so those kind of experiences become less common.


Having any issues and need some assistance? Our support team would be more than happy to help! You can reach out to them here!

Miguel "MiguelItUp" Rial - Six Foot Player Relations Specialist


Posted: //
Dec. 7, 2017, 11:17 a.m.



Miguel, find the best way? Come on, it's obviously built-in VoIP.


Posted: //
Dec. 7, 2017, 11:45 a.m.



Protip, don't stick with your CS, stick with your team. Just accept that it's gonna die, and try to help your team out.


Posted: //
Dec. 10, 2017, 1:34 p.m.



yeah D: but i think that if the team was following objective the winning would be more efefctive


Posted: //
Dec. 10, 2017, 2:25 p.m.



I tend to live by these rules as a captain

  • As a Corvette Captain: if you're getting shot at before you shoot, you're doing it wrong
  • As any other ship: if you're alone and getting shot at, you're doing it wrong

Posted: //
Dec. 10, 2017, 3:41 p.m.



NotMary#6632 posted (#post-180799) said:

I tend to live by these rules as a captain

  • As a Corvette Captain: if you're getting shot at before you shoot, you're doing it wrong
  • As any other ship: if you're alone and getting shot at, you're doing it wrong

Idk, I get shot at a lot before I shoot. Still works out pretty great :p


Posted: //
Dec. 27, 2017, 5:57 p.m.



Even more pro tip: don't sweat it. Even Jesus didn't save EVERYONE. Just do your best and most importantly, have fun. Because, really, that's the whole purpose of playing a game.

But seriously, you can mark targets or try to tell people what needs to be done, but if they don't listen, meh, you can still have your fun anyway. Worst that can happen, is you get to learn what not to do.

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