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I'm almost positive this kid made this post as bait to get love. There is no way even a small portion of those games were not toxic to him...CSGO is like...holy...Not all the time like overwatch comp. But still in general csgo community pretty damn toxic. Honestly ANY competitive game will have a toxic community because we're all driven by competitiveness. We all want to win, be better, improve.
That will never change in a game that has ranked or advertises as competitive. Especially true on any FPS game, but even in the MOBA genre LoL has the MOST toxic community even when Riot bans everyone for the smallest offense people just make new accounts and are toxic all over again (Tyler1) perfect example lmao, I myself have had 15 accounts banned on LoL over the 8 seasons I've played (I no longer play now) but they are overly sensitive there.
PubG was one of the worst because of being able to talk to people in the area besides your teammates. Lead to a lot of funny moments but SUPER HIGH toxicity lol
R6 had some decent toxicity until they ruined it and you basically get banned for anything....Welcome to Chernobyl btw
Assume you're not playing Apex on console format lol...squads be quiet as the grave, and when you do get a mic user its usually in a language you don't understand anyway so you'd be oblivious to any toxicitiy. :D
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@MandatoryIDtag I play on European servers, the language of judgemental sighs is universal.
@Scuszzy It sounds like you had a bad run, I can empathise. I'm hardly going to be unbiased, but I have to disagree with you on the community as a whole. While I have encountered some troublemakers of course, I've met far more friendly, polite folks.
@EA_David lmao, very true i suppose. The aggressive hammering of the ping button is usually a clue as well. "Sure bud, i'll run 200m into a round 3 circle to grab your beacon because you decided to peel off and play lone wolf"
The struggles are real.
Have to say that while I have come across some less then pleasant people my overall experience with teaming up with random players in Apex Legends has been quite positive. I do think that it's important to remember that as humans we are more likely to dwell on a bad experience than a good one. As such it can simply be a case that out of a 100 people you may have played with 2 have been less than polite and it's those that you remember not the 98 other players.