Imagine making Thorn practically useless on console, in a Destiny game, cos you force obsurd recoil and flinch. And that's one weapon. Edit: Slight edit as this gained some traction, my issue is that some guns just straight up feel bad or inconsistent to use compared to others. Recoil as a skill gap is fine, anyone who's touched a shotgun is aware, you can have pinpoint accuracy all the time. But there's a difference between that, and what this is. This just makes a considerable amount of weapons, and ALOT of exotics in particular, feel bad to use. RPM and minor recoil changes should only decide the personal preference. Second edit: Seen a lot of people say "It's a skill gap" I know why recoil exists. I'm not asking for zero recoil. I know how videogame guns work. This is purely about >Comfort and >Usability This isn't just Hand Cannons. Go use Hard Light on console. It's a joke, the amount of screen shake going on there is obsurd. There is a balance between making guns be more punishing to use, and require a skill gap to cross, and making guns that feel good. D2 has leaned WAY TOO HARD into one side, to alleviate new players gets slaughtered by Hand Cannon Kings from Destiny 1. Oh well, maybe matchmaking would fix that.
Edited by Craftyboss1: 8/17/2019 9:01:19 AMYou know I want them to remove bloom but not recoil. For those of you who think recoil and Bloom are the same thing you're wrong. Bloom is an artificial buhlshite RNG machine which causes your shots to be worse for no explicable reason other than reasons. I'm totally fine with recoil existing in the game if they could only fine tune it a bit just so that I'm not having the gun jumping out of my hands like I'm firing a -blam!-ing T-Rex. Looking at you last word and basically every 150 RPM hand Cannon. And for the halfdan-d turn it down a bit with the recoil matey. It's like I'm doing the freaking Cha Cha Slide with my goddamn gun due to the recoil. My gun slide to the left then slide to the right. Ramble ramble ramble I'm rambling lalalalala. Going on a bunch of tangents And now nobody's going to take my comment seriously. Edit: Spelling.