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Pengu Reveals Why One-Shot-Headshot Mechanic Is Broken In Rainbow Six Siege: “It’s Awful!”

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Niclas Mouritzen, known as “Pengu,” is a 22-year-old Danish Rainbow Six Siege player who has been playing under G2 Esports jersey for around one and a half years. Also, he earned over $300.000 from the tournaments in his career.

Pengu has replied to a tweet of the famous content creator, Get Flanked, and revealed his opinion about the one-shot-headshot mechanic. He stated that this feature is awful because the recoils are so easy to control and there is no punishment for it.

Here is what Get Flanked said:

“I’m onboard the 1 shot headshot needs to go train. I would pay good money for them to put it in a test server and see how it changes the game. I just feel like most headshots (at my level) are more luck-based than skill.”

Pengu replied:

“I think the biggest factor to 1shot headshot being so awful is the fact that you can fully spray with minimal recoil punishment, you dont have to go for 1 taps, just go for full spray spawnpeeks across the map. more recoil would make 1 shot headshots more durable.”

Get Flanked replied:

“Exactly 900 rpm weapons shouldn’t be 1 shot headshots.”

Pengu wrote:

“Fire-rate is one thing, but recoil is a whole separate, majority of guns have practically no recoil patterns, the new twitch recoil however is in an interesting spot, its “easy to learn” “hard to master” kind of scenario, it punishes poor control, and rewards good control.”

You can read the tweets below.

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