Two questions arise:
- Is it you doing the whining?
- If not, is the loser on your team?
Strategery. Tacticalness. Planz.
All have to change based on the situation. Your plan should never be: fly the way the game points me until I see a plane then try to shoot it down. If that's your current plan, reassess.Being top tiered is not a key for success; it simply means you can survive more mistakes. Your equipment can make up for you pulling a stupid.
Being bottom tiered is not a recipe for disaster; you simply must avoid or minimize mistakes, because your equipment cannot pick up the slack for poor decision making.
So, first off, what do you need to know? Here's how I do it:
- Going to climb to get altitude and linger over our base. During this time I watch the minimap for where the enemy has most of its planes - I'm going the other way. Need to stay near our blob and avoid theirs. Priority targets include base sneaking mid-low tier bombers, and their escorts if any. After that, I will go where we have a numeric advantage and assist in the swarm.
- When high tiered, I don't mind fighting the enemy up front, but this time I'm staying back, watching the map and flying high.
TL;DR - change your tactics to be much more conservative and maximize your advantages (AA, Turning Ability, Situational Awareness) when low tiered. Minimize mistakes; your equipment cannot cover for you making stoopid decisions.
6h RO issued
Edited by PanzerXO, 18 August 2013 - 09:59 PM.