today I can finally acquire the chaperone in destiny, which is essentially an old west style shotgun that shoots slug rounds. it was actually way easier to get that I thought it'd be since for the first half, which requires you to get kills with certain gun equipped (but death resets your progress a little ways), I just farmed off of friends in pvp. haven't even got on today but i'm still hyped to grab it, plus it means i'm only missing one more year 2 exotic.
also yeah overwatch competitive still sucks, i'm down to rank 43 after losing two matches because of annoying enemy tactics. you know that hallway across from the objective on Hollywood to the right of the gateway that leads to the western-style movie set (can you tell I know my callouts)? they had a torbjorn set up his turret there along with a symmetra's teleporter and a bunch of her little turrets, so it was basically impossible to get rid of the teleporter and if you tried to get rid of the turret someone would just spawn and kill you. we never got the payload moving.
it sucks that it's called a "skill rating" because it has nothing to with skill, just how a match goes. you can have great team comp and good players and still get destroyed because of the way the enemy team is setup. maybe it's because I solo-queue.
(also unless you get extra cp at the end of the season for participating in competitive, they seriously need to lower the amount needed to get a golden gun because 300 is really difficult to get when you're not like, a god lol)
EDIT: I hopped on destiny and grabbed the chaperone and holy cow it's cool. I feel like i'm in firefly using it, but it's range feels super lackluster, even for a shotgun in destiny. if I get it up to 335 i'm planning on using it in the first mission for rise of iron just because.