Call of Duty pro Hawqeh showed off his SMG skills in a highlight clip that featured quick snaps, turns and long range battles.
Hawqeh posted the clip on his Twitter account and said, “Gimmie this [hit registration] in a private match.”
His comment was in reference to the server rates being different in private and public competitive matches in Black Ops 4.
Public matches are usually hosted on dedicated servers and run near 60hz. Private matches are hosted on a player’s console and feature lower rates to reduce the stress on home internet.
The servers can effect hit registration, especially on a fast firing weapon like the SAUG in Hawqeh’s clip.
WW2 was a rough season for Hawqeh as his Epsilon squad finished in last place during both Stages of the CWL Pro League.
The poor performance led to Epsilon being broken up.
Hawqeh is off to a good start in Black Ops 4 however, grabbing a top 4 placing in the first EU 2K of the season.
Hawqeh and his former Epsilon teammates Reedy and Vortex are joining up with Denza and Moose for Black Ops 4.
They are currently searching for an organization to represent them.