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G2 Esports Rainbow Six Siege Player Pengu Explains Why Re-Used Weapons Make The Game Harder



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23-year-old Danish Rainbow Six Siege player Niclas Mouritzen, known as “Pengu,” has been representing the G2 Esports brand for over two years. In his career, eh earned over $300.000 from the events.

Pengu took his official Twitter account to reply one of the best content creators in the Siege scene, Get Flanked, and explained why re-used guns are making the game much more harder.

In the post, Pengu stated that re-used weapons are making it harder to understand who you are fighting against and that’s why he doesn’t like this feature. Also, he criticized that some of the weapons have different scopes.

Here is what Get Flanked said:

“How can we make Siege more accessible to new players without taking away from the reasons we all love it? Let’s hear some ideas…”

Pengı replied:

“I think re-used weapons make it harder to understand who you are fighting. I think the same weapon having diff scopes is confusing. I think there are too many spawnpeeks with big punishment with low effort/risk for defenders. Consistency is key so they learn patterns.

Tutorials/video content that explains/helps/guides players. maybe an ‘Intro’ scenario that is optional for new accounts to go through? (are you an experienced player, yes = skip) no = scenario think operation outback style.

Operation outback? I meant Chimera lol with the zombies and stuff. A unique world where you are taught various skills.”

You can read the tweets below.

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