If a team can lead in kills (sometimes by a large margin) and still lose the match, why does scoring so heavily favor kills?
Over the last week or so, I have been paying more attention to team kill totals against team victories. While I knew it could happen, I was surprised at how often the winning team had fewer kills than the losing team. Ok, so objectives matter.
If that’s the case, why are the objective-minded players almost always lower in score to the ones going after kills? If the score is a reflection of how much a player’s effort helped their team, and these matches are all objective based, why does scoring so heavily favor kills?