RNG has received numerous criticisms over the years because gamers deem this unnecessary. But, what is RNG and why is it receiving backlash? If you’re curious to know why; we’ll give you its meaning and some examples as well.
What does RNG Mean in Gaming?
Online, you’ll find that RNG is not that exciting. RNG means “random number generator”, like in a game of dice. There is a random generator that tells you what you get and ranks you as the highest or the lowest. Some gamers think this is unfair, so RNG is not that popular in online games today.
Though RNG has only one meaning, there are other ways gamers use the acronym:
- RNGESUS/RNJESUS – god of Random Number Generator
Examples of RNG in Gaming Slang
- Gamer 1 – Let’s find out who’ll play first.
- Gamer 2 – Shall we use an RNG?
- Jaymie – I dislike using RNG to rank the players.
- Nathan – We don’t have a choice, though.
- Jane – Don’t you believe in what the RNG showed?
- King – RNG can be manipulated, so I don’t think that’s right.