Daganisoraan#4391 posted (#post-239238) said:
Did you thought of finding people to squad with? I mean, the community is really nice and its easy to find people to squad with. Here's three easy way to find squadmates.
After a match, ask in the chat if anyone want to squad with you.
On discord, there is an official dreadnought server and people are often willing to squad with nearly anyone. And even if you don't have a microphone to speak, you can still join groups.
I myself have made a lot of friends by watching Dreadnought streamers on Twitch and asking if I could squad with them. Just hop on when someone is streaming and ask if you can squad with them. A lot will say yes.
In the end, there's only one thing that matter in my opinion and that's if your not whining too much and can hold yourself people won't mind play with you again. And if you're good, well, then people will seek to squad with you. Heck I've made some online friendship that way.
I use to squad and it was fur for a few battles, then it was sad to win that way.
Games were very lopsided. Games where low scoring. NO challenge. SQUAD was like shooting fish in a barrel.
When in a squad it was really bad, i would end up apologizing to some of the pugs.
I would say, "keep your chins up" or "keep playing" or "thanks for the game, que up again, keep at it"
I would literally load my lesser ships or just allow them to kill the command ship so they could get some points.
Some opponents would literally just drop out of the game.
I solo que now and it is alot more challenging.
Winrate is low, and exp is a grind.
BUT i would rather que solo and be the underdog than que with a squad and seal club.
Dreadnought : Great Game just growing pains