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Rainbow Six Siege Player Hotancold Unveils His Thoughts About Crouch Spamming

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Matthew Stevens, known as “Hotancold,” is a 21 year old American Rainbow Six Siege player who has been representing DarkZero Esports for over one and a half years. Before that, he was playing for SK Gaming.

Hotancold has shared a new post on his official Twitter account and revealed his opinion about the crouch spamming feature. He stated that this feature is as bad as the drop-shotting, and they needed to find a solution to this problem.

Here is what Hotancold wrote:

“I’m convinced crouch spamming is almost as bad as drop-shotting used to be… I feel like you’re at a disadvantage a lot of the times if you pre-aim head level… (which should never be the case in an FPS) Anyone else feels the same way?”

Famous content creator Macie Jay replied:

“I noticed even a single crouch is quite often enough to win a gunfight. I’d like to see animations slowed down a bit more so there’s a stronger emphasis on good positioning rather than awkward movements.”

Soniqs Esports player Easilyy replied:

“I always thought crouch spamming is worse, u can’t move while drop-shotting but crouch spamming you can move pretty much as fast as a normal strafe.”

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