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Ropz Says The New M4A1-S Is Strong But Explains Why He Doesn’t Switch

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Robin Kool, known as “Ropz,” is a 21-year-old Estonian CS:GO player who has been representing Mousesports for over four years. In his career, he earned over $500.000 from the events that he attended.

Recently, Valve brought the biggest update we have seen for a while and changed the meta rapidly. Besides the droppable grenades and map changes, one of the biggest updates was increasing the damage of M4A1-S for the body shots.

M4A1-S is a silenced version of M4A4, and it has fewer bullets and less fire rate compared to the A4. On the other side, M4A1-S is silenced and has its own advantages on the strategic side of the game.

Therefore, most of the players had been using M4A4 over M4A1-S. However, this scale might be changed due to the M4A1-S buffs, which made it deadlier compared to the M4A4 for the body-shot counts.

Ropz shared a new post on Twitter and revealed his opinion about these new changes. As the talented riffler said, M4A1-S is stronger than ever right now, but he doesn’t prefer to play with it.

Later on, Ropz explained why he still choose M4A4 over M4A1-S by saying that he is used to playing with more fire rate and bullets, and this is the main reason why this buff doesn’t make him to play M4A1-S.

Ropz on the new M4A1-S:

“Wouldn’t say superior, but definitely more even than ever. not switching myself because I’m so used to the higher fire rate on M4A4 and more bullets.”

You can check out the post below.

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