First, getting into Call of Duty was hard because I was new to it when I first joined in. Before I got my first Xbox 360 back in 2013, I didn't even know what Call of Duty was. Other than Call of Duty World at War on my Play Station 2. So when I first picked up that controller and I went to see what this game was, I sucked. I believe the first COD I played on that thing was Modern Warfare 2. I played the campaign, which was pretty fun, and I didn't even know there was a multiplayer. The first time I played multiplayer was in Black Ops 2. And of course, I sucked, really bad. If you give a person who never held a controller before, and told them to wreck it 360 no scope 420 blaze it, they wouldn't be able to. And that was me.
Second reason was because I didn't have any good guns. Guns are unlocked when you level up. The max level is 55. I was level 1, battling level 55s. There's people using the AN-94, Scorpion EVO, KAP-40, ext. And I was there stuck with all the bad guns, I could barely get a kill. But after days of getting owned, I decided to work with what I got. Some noobs use shotguns to get easy close range kills, others camp at a far range and use a sniper, what I did was run around with an MK-48 with the Target Finder attachment camping in windows waiting for anyone who ran on the street, so I could shred them. And that worked, for a while.
Third, eventually I got good at the game. Like I said, it was a challenge getting started. But with almost everything, with a lot of practice, and a lot more failure than I would like to admit, you'll get good at it. I moved on from my Xbox to my PC, and bought the game again. Again, I was a level 1 battling level 55s. And I knew that they were going to be better then me, and they were, but that didn't stop me. Currently, I am a level 32. Rocking my MTAR, usually with a reflex sight, quick draw, and extendable stock attachment. I'm still bad compared to level 55s. My Kill/Death ratio is 0.83. Which is okay for me. Average K/D ratio for people my level is 0.67. So I think I'm okay.
In conclusion, that who speech might have sounded pointless to a lot of you, but the message that I am trying to spread is that you will be bad at something when you first start, like media. But with weeks, months, maybe even years of practice. You'll get good. I bet you Ali-A (YouTuber) didn't start getting 15.41 K/D ratios when he first picked up COD. You practice, you get better. And I have proof of that. I think...