Originally posted by ;828934724005527837:Both are useless 90% of the time.
Originally posted by Mann Co. Supply Crate:Both are useless 90% of the time.
Originally posted by TheSniper11:I can't decide wich class to make my "primary" class Sniper or Spy. I like them both.So I want to ask you witch calss is more helpful to the team both in multiplayer and MVM...
Originally posted by Darkly | Gatherix:If you're thinking of playing competitive TF2, unlike these other suggestions you will in fact need to focus on one class.However, you have 50 hours on TF2. I would focus on all classes until you hit 500 hours. The biggest mistake a newer play can make (and far too many do) is they get attached to one class early on and only play that class (Sniper's a common one). They then get locked in a certain playing style, and later on lack the ability to work with a team, adapt to situations, and actually play poorly - the best way to learn to kill or defend yourself against, say, a Scout, is to play as Scout for awhile and learn how to play it.
Originally posted by maximus_118:I'd like to see you play tf2 for a while without support from snipers and spies on your team.
Originally posted by TheSniper11:I'm more of a stealth or sniper guy in games, but in multiplayers I suck at stealth, in this case spy. Would be awesome that someone could train me. :D
Originally posted by maximus_118:Originally posted by Mann Co. Supply Crate:Both are useless 90% of the time. I'd like to see you play tf2 for a while without support from snipers and spies on your team.