x Red Reserve's Joshua-Lee 'Joshh' Sheppard agreed with Parasite's thoughts, saying those who competed in older games had the understanding needed.
The game is early and I’m sure most will adapt but some just knew how to play from day 1— Chris (@Parasite) 13 November 2017
x This sparked a counter-argument from Evil Geniuses' Anthony 'Nameless' Wheeler, who said he believes the skill lies in Search and Destroy, stating the teams who are good at the game mode are the ones who perform well at the beginning of the season.
People who played back in the day and had a good understanding, I think I understand this game more already than I understood IW at the very end.— Joshua-Lee Sheppard (@BsportJoshh) 13 November 2017
x Echo Fox's Adam 'Assault' Garcia agreed with Nameless, saying most of the tournament's upsets came down to a lack of practice in search and destroy.
I don't think its the jetpack/botg thing I think its the S&D. Teams that are good at snd usually do well in the beginnings of cod— EG NAMELESS (@NAMELESS) 13 November 2017
x As the first major LAN event of the season quickly approaches, rosters have just under one month at the time of writing to work out the necessary strategies and teamwork necessary to give them a shot at a championship. More information on the 2018 CWL season including events, prize pools, and much more can be found right here. x
That's what happened with most of the upsets teams lacking snd practice— Adam (@C9Assault) 13 November 2017