I dunno. When I play a new game I always play/try it alone (unless it’s a multiplayer only without any tutorials) and at a slow pace. I want to learn fast and not make the same mistakes in the future. That’s why when the new ops show up I just go solo, and take like ~40 minutes to beat it first time. I read every stuff, search every corner and analize what everything means that’s on the screen. Only a small amount of people do that…
They (new players) just jump in and rush through the content without analyzing a single thing they have on their screens. If they get no messages: “press space to jump” or “press right mouse button for an alternative attack”, or press and hold R to collect all the things at once" - they never (or rarely) try that. I have seen lvl 100 players that collect stuff from the chests by clicking every single item separately.
Everytime I start a new game, I go to options (video/audio etc) and controls, to see what this game has to offer and how complicated it is. Then, when the game starts I just push every single button to see what they do. It takes only a minute and you learn all the things quickly.
I do this stuff for more than 20 years while playing games and it’s a great habit to have.
p.s. and I don’t play missions with other random people anymore. I don’t like to carry them every single time when I play with new’ish players. The biggest problem is that they play the missions with “berserk mode” on. Then they die quickly and disconnect even more quickly. ^^