He’s probably whispering because someone else is nearby and trying to sleep. Or more likely, he’s trying to hear the enemy footsteps. When you’re all stuck up together like that it’ll be pretty dangerous if the enemy demo or solly shows up.
That was pretty impressive, wonder what red thought when blu started capping mid. When you look at the killfeed you can see two guys suiciding hoping they’ll respawn in time.
Then he used his fight money to buy two of every animal on earth, then he herded them onto a boat, and then he beat the crap out of every single one.
With the exception of multiplying by 2(or any power of 2), trying to change the resolution of the video directly then the pixels from the original have to be blended into the pixels of the resulting image as they don’t line up. This really hurts the quality of the file.
The same process applies to game resolution converting to your monitors native when at full screen.
Normally in a 6v6 5CP match like this, both times rush to mid and fight it out. In this case, the blue team went and hid in an out of the way spot near the mid point (except for the one guy playing engie who build a sentry on their second point to slow the red team down).
Once red had capped mid they moved to second and quickly killed the engie. At the same time the rest of blue came out and capped mid. Because of the sentry slowing them down, they were able to cap it faster than red could cap second.
After that it became a race to red’s last and red couldn’t catch up.
There are like two sponsored teams in tf2. They were not playing against a sponsored team when they’re at the level where they don’t even have mumble. Not entirely true. Some teams hold back with a kritz and give up mid to push in afterwards, or in fact just hold second and build uber if mids just aren’t working for them
you can argue that it helps build the muscle memory, such that you can walk in all directions and jump while switching to what weapon you like. It’s a bit of a reach, but i think it helps a tiny bit
If you mean the one that was on Reddit a week or so ago, that was completely debunked by the comments. I don’t know what was wrong with his setup, but diagonal movement should be no faster than running forwards.