to get better online should I do this?

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Am thinking of playing CPU on Legend and just go thru all the teams? Would it be worth it? Stubs? XP? Better overall when I return to playing DD online?

Appreciate anyone's feedback!
Cheers!

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Sure why not but expect a lot of stress cause you will get your [censored] handed to you in every possible way.

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When youre tryna get better you gotta put xp to the side. Just go into practice and take the cpu on legend until you start catching up and reacting better. I usually use trout vs chapman

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@InTh3iLLCity41 said in to get better online should I do this?:

When youre tryna get better you gotta put xp to the side. Just go into practice and take the cpu on legend until you start catching up and reacting better. I usually use trout vs chapman

I like this idea, however, you’re only seeing fastball/slider...I do this same thing but just throw one of the top pitchers on the mound with more variety....gerrit Cole, scherzer...guys with high velo as well as nasty pitch variety just so you can see some change ups and catch the difference between them because in the online higher difficulties it is sooooo hard to read pitches

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As far as online goes. There's not a WHOLE lot of emphasis on degrees of good. It's mostly based on how the AI is integrating with your particular game. Have never figured out the algorithm, but sometimes you'll play an inning at "legendary" then a couple innings of "All-Star" maybe then Veteran. guess the key is to be aware when the AI switches you to some slower/weaker speed and take advantage of it. I'm also pretty sure that, for example, playing RS you and your opponent aren't always playing at the same difficulty level. So, my advice, just pay attention to when the AI switches the difficulty. Take advantage.

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@dcordash1 said in to get better online should I do this?:

As far as online goes. There's not a WHOLE lot of emphasis on degrees of good. It's mostly based on how the AI is integrating with your particular game. Have never figured out the algorithm, but sometimes you'll play an inning at "legendary" then a couple innings of "All-Star" maybe then Veteran. guess the key is to be aware when the AI switches you to some slower/weaker speed and take advantage of it. I'm also pretty sure that, for example, playing RS you and your opponent aren't always playing at the same difficulty level. So, my advice, just pay attention to when the AI switches the difficulty. Take advantage.

You and your RS opponent are always at the same difficulty level. Its just the level of the lower ranked player