In this video, JWinters shares tips on how to stay close to enemies in space games like Star Citizen. The advice includes focusing on the distance between your ship and the PIP, controlling the z-axis for vertical movement, and using the neutralizing technique to align the PIP with the enemy ship.
In this video, the speaker, identified as JWinters, provides tips on how to stay close to enemies in space games like Star Citizen. One common issue is struggling with maintaining proximity to opponents. The first piece of advice is to disregard your own speed and focus on calculating it based on the distance between your ship and the PIP (Projectile Impact Point), particularly using the lead pip. This means disregarding lag and instead concentrating on the separation between the PIP and your target. When the PIP is far away from the ship, it implies that your speed is increasing.
The discussion then moves on to relative speed, specifically controlling the z-axis, which affects vertical movement, while focusing primarily on the X and Y axes. The speaker suggests practicing the neutralizing technique, which involves making the necessary movements to align the PIP with the enemy ship. By adjusting your ship’s movements to place the PIP on top of the target, you can effectively neutralize their movements and better position yourself.
For those interested in further improving their combat skills, the speaker recommends checking out their channel for more information. While the video does not provide any additional content beyond this summary, viewers can expect to find more detailed tips and strategies related to combat in space games.