I was just starting a horde match as a engineer when i get a message saying (don’t build stuff)only to find out it comes from another engineer on the team,what’s the point of being on a team if some jackass like this thinks he can just decide i’m the better engineer and order other engineers around.i’ve been playing horde since gears 2 i know how it works,how would you tell a low rent horde dictator to stick it if they told your class not to do there thing?
Quit the match and search for another match.
Use a mic to communicate and negotiate with them? If there’s two Engineers then its easy to get muddled up with what to build and how to budget power and coordinate. I wouldn’t let another person dictate to me what I should and shouldn’t be doing though.
I suspect they just wanted to hog all the kills by being the one to build sentries and so on.
Alternatively don’t play public Horde and play with a group of friends or use LFG to put a team together? Its a much nicer experience.
I automatically quit if there are two Engies
Quitter! Always spoiling things for everyone else! Tie him up and throw him in the river like how we used to do to witches!
How dare you call me a witch! At least let me have a Monty Python witch trial!!
(not sure how many will get that reference)
Weigh against a duck? Fabulous idea!
There is still good in the world!!!
Only as long as we have ham and jam and Spam.
I quit if there are duplicate classes unless its two soldiers or two heavies
Eh, two Snipers can actually be pretty effective.
Ideally you want:
One Scout - to pick up all of the power
One Engineer - to make all of the fortifications
One Sniper - just if you need to level the class up, you don’t want to as they aren’t that effective
One or Two Heavies - for boom shots
One or Two - Soldiers for all of the grenade plants
The engineers turrets do most of the work in any difficulty if I see 2 scouts/2 engineers/ 2 snipers i either leave or change class