Hey guys its been a while since I’ve posted here so ill cut tot he chase.
ONLINE TRAINING MODE is something i feel this game needs, when i was more active i had a lot of players want me to help them develop and i found that the time limit in matches as well as the limited health really stunted the learning for the player i was helping.
This is also true for better players than myself when they are offering tips and tricks.
it would make practicing OS ( Option selects) easier as you could actually practice doing them rather than setting dummy to record.
Online training mode is a great way to raise the average skill cap of the community so long as we have the players willing to teach because there are players always willing to learn.
SO my question to you is this, would you guys be happy for IG to set up another community fund to implement this feature into the game?
Why should we pay for it? - this is just an idea but understand that IG/MS have a limited budget for this title that they cannot go over, development time is very expensive so if we all rally together I’m sure we can entice IG/MS to make it a reality.
Are you with me? let me know in by commenting your opinions below
The more engaging you guys are the more likely IG/MS are to respond to this.
Yeah I am totally for this. I have a handful of friends whom I know would love this game but are afraid of trying to learn the combo system. And they can’t come to my place because, well, my house is a train wreck 24/7 because toddlers.
If I had Practice Mode online I could teach them how to play and get them out into Exhibition and Ranked and get them SPENDING THEIR MONEY on Killer Instinct.
I’d absolutely be down for this. Some days are just practice-online-with-a-buddy day and doing it without the confines of match timers/life bars paired with the flexibility of the training mode would be fantastic.
The game and community need this, I think; I know I’ve wanted this feature in every fighting game ever since I 1st saw it in the original Magic: Duels of the Planeswalkers game (even though that’s a card game rather than a FG).