I wouldn’t go asking around for players to play with if I had such specific requirements. Usually you make friends in-game. You can do that by proving yourself to other cool groups/people and then asking if you can join them. If you manage to kill massive teams or you’re known to be good and active on the server, then people will want you to be on their team.
PS Being friendly in general increases your chances.
just go on a vanilla server and dont writhe Hey wanna be friends!? u gotta have some charm, sure most people will likely shoot you on sight but u can start out small as “Hey need any help” and just start making conversation whit them help them pvp and u will have a friend trust me. also u can add me if u want to i do play unturned in my free time. im not a kid and almost have 6k hrs
I made all my friends from Unturned and none of them want to play anymore lmao
Veteran players aren’t going to do that. Most times I walk up on people and surprise them without killing them, and thats how I meet friends. idk seems kinda hard to just ask “anyone team?” in chat if thats what most kids would do.
Taking in the noobs isn’t a bad idea, I used to take in noobs into my group when I did PvP before it’s just you have train them and teach them the ropes and it’s a hassle but you’ll have some new players to game with in the end.
Ive actually found myself a lot more friendly players recently and been in more teams lately. Maybe because the community is smaller and has less ‘newer’ players. I dont really know.
Although, I dont doubt its harder to find more serious, consistently playing teams (which is what I think you’re getting at)
But in the short term, I have actually found the opposite.
But finding long-term players is going to be a lot harder nowadays because I feel like those players have moved on.