Can't Hit Anything Online

I know I probably just suck, but I don't seem to be getting better. I have no concept of the speed of the pitches coming at me. I'm late on fastballs and early on everything else. I get lucky now and then, but I'm usually way out of my league against opponents, both in players and in skills. Any recommendations on how to become a competent hitter?

What I did was I bought a controller that has auto aim. It automatically tracks the ball and puts the PCI on it. All I do is hit x and get perfect/perfect everytime. You can get the controller for 25 bucks on amazon. It’s called aimbot. Good luck man

Haha seriously though just go into practice. That’s all you can do. Search YouTube too. Bunch of great vids on there.

I've done some of the practice, and I seem to do OK there, as well as when I'm playing offline. It's only when I get online that I seem to lose all concept of spatial relationship. I guess I just have to play online more and hope it becomes second nature.

Oh, and forget trying to get the PCI on the ball. There's simply no way I can coordinate swinging and moving the PCI to the right spot in a matter of milliseconds.

@pootiecat said in Can't Hit Anything Online:

What I did was I bought a controller that has auto aim. It automatically tracks the ball and puts the PCI on it. All I do is hit x and get perfect/perfect everytime. You can get the controller for 25 bucks on amazon. It’s called aimbot. Good luck man

Sweet! Checking into it now.

@slipkid69 said in Can't Hit Anything Online:

@pootiecat said in Can't Hit Anything Online:

What I did was I bought a controller that has auto aim. It automatically tracks the ball and puts the PCI on it. All I do is hit x and get perfect/perfect everytime. You can get the controller for 25 bucks on amazon. It’s called aimbot. Good luck man

Sweet! Checking into it now.

This guy...

@DaMightyRandom said in Can't Hit Anything Online:

@slipkid69 said in Can't Hit Anything Online:

@pootiecat said in Can't Hit Anything Online:

What I did was I bought a controller that has auto aim. It automatically tracks the ball and puts the PCI on it. All I do is hit x and get perfect/perfect everytime. You can get the controller for 25 bucks on amazon. It’s called aimbot. Good luck man

Sweet! Checking into it now.

This guy...

It was a joke 🙄

@Wrathchilde666 said in Can't Hit Anything Online:

Oh, and forget trying to get the PCI on the ball. There's simply no way I can coordinate swinging and moving the PCI to the right spot in a matter of milliseconds.

with you on that, i just use pure analog and hope i can time it right

One thing that helps me is keeping my left hand on the controller and my right hand off of it. I try to track the ball as it comes in with no intention of swinging (but if I leave my hand on the button, I'll push it).

I do that at least until there's one strike. Early in the game, I'll sometimes take 2 strikes. It helps you find the ball a little easier and learn how to track. Not to say I'm a great hitter, but I can hold my own. When I first started using zone, I got extremely impatient, and that still comes out now and again, especially when I'm pressing. A lot of it really is just staying calm and patient.

It’s just practice and pitcher/user evaluation. Kind of like real hitting. Find they’re tendencies. Just because you didn’t get a hit the first run through the order, analyze their pitch tendencies and knock them out second cycle. They like throwing high fastballs, sit high fastballs and adjust for anything else. Their having trouble locating, don’t move the pci at all until you have 2 strikes and just sit on middle until then letting anything not in the middle go until 2 strikes. It’s not easy playing this way, but it’s fun and more realistic I think. Good luck bud.

What view are you using? I love the default (strike zone 3) but it is so tough to catch up to fastballs. Had to go to strike zone and it is so much easier. Compare it to trying to judge a 100mph crossing the plate from 10 feet behind the catcher versus right viewing it from right on top of the plate.

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