PC Gamer Chat Log Episode 51: Git gud scrub… or should you?

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Wassup PC gamers, welcome back to the PC Gamer Chat Log podcast. I hope your week has been good so far. It’s well and truly flu season for me, and I’m sick for the second time in a month which has cut my gaming time pretty drastically. How am I ever going to ascend past scrub status and git gud?

Well, do I even want to git gud? Is the art of mastering a videogame all it’s cracked up to be? That’s what we’ll be talking about on the podcast this week, and we’re joined by competitive shooter aficionado Morgan Park. He once wrote about his experience with getting good at Hunt: Showdown, and how it actually kind of killed the fun for him, making him the perfect guest for this episode.

We’ll be talking about the games we’ve tried to take seriously, what we thought of that process and ultimately, whether we think getting good at a videogame is as fun as it sounds.

Whether you’re sweating away in every ranked mode you come across or happily stick to the casual side of your favourite games, we’d love to hear what you think. Pop over to the PC Gamer forums, where we’ll have a thread up about this week’s episode. You can share your own experiences and thoughts about “gitting gud,” and feel free to tell us if we’re actually all a bunch of scrubs. I promise I’ll only cry a little bit.

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