15 Multiplayer Tropes That Need To End

These tropes need to die.

Posted By | On 17th, Dec. 2018

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Boosting and Paid Carries

Boosting is the practice of paying someone to play your account and increase your rank in competitive PvP. It’s not just limited to ranked modes in games like Overwatch either. Destiny 1 and 2 have often seen account recoveries for Trials of Osiris and Trials of the Nine (in exchange for a fee). Even weapons like Redrix’s Claymore and Luna’s Howl are obtained through these means. At best, it gives players items they don’t deserve but at worst, boosting and account sharing ruin matchmaking balance for everyone.


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