Here’s How Good You Are at Video Games, Based On Your Personality Type

Here’s How Good You Are at Video Games, Based On Your Personality Type

by Personality Growth

Here’s How Good You Are at Video Games, Based On Your Personality Type

Written By Kirsten Moodie

Here’s How Good You Are at Video Games, Based On Your Personality Type

Many of us enjoy playing video games, some much more than others. While any personality type can find themselves interested in gaming, not all are going to be as naturally skilled at it. Here is how good you are at video games, based on your personality type.

 

INFJ

INFJs are very introspective and intuitive people, with rich inner minds. They spend a lot of their time inside of their own heads, but because of this INFJs are often good at certain video games. If they have to figure out puzzles within the game, or play along with strategic gameplay, the INFJ will likely excel. INFJs often enjoy playing video games, but they usually have their own specific brand of gaming that they prefer. The time spent inside of another reality, can give the INFJ a reason to spend time by themselves, without feeling overwhelmed by the outside world.

ENFJ

ENFJs do often enjoy certain video games, and are pretty much good at anything they put their minds to. If they find that they want to play into their competitive streak, they will definitely enjoy games that assist them with this. While ENFJs might be good at certain games, they don’t often find themselves having enough time to dive into them. They are so focused on tending to the needs of others, that ENFJs can rarely find time to do something for themselves. Sitting around playing games all day can take away from their time spent ensuring that their loved ones are happy.

INFP

INFPs enjoy having plenty of time to themselves, and often have a handful of hobbies that they enjoy. When INFPs find themselves interested in video games, they will likely become a bit obsessed. They will enjoy spending hours diving into a new game, immersing themselves into this reality. This time spent by themselves often gives the INFP plenty of time to think and plenty of space away from others. INFPs can be very skilled gamers, especially with their favorite games. They will spend time perfecting and honing in their skills, and enjoy being able to challenge themselves in this way.

ENFP

ENFPs are complex people, who seem to do things in an all or nothing sort of way. ENFPs either find themselves completely obsessed with video games, or completely uninterested. The ENFP gamer likely enjoys trying all sorts of different games, on all sorts of different platforms. It is pretty hard to find a hobby that ENFPs cannot become excellent at, and gaming is no different. They are usually very skilled gamers, and will spend time perfecting their craft. They do best with games that challenge the ENFP though, or else they might find themselves bored and easily distracted.

 

INTJ

The INTJ that finds themselves interested in video games, is likely very good at what they play. Some INTJs might feel like gaming is a complete waste of their time and energy, and would rather spend their time learning about something more valuable. Many INTJs do enjoy video games though, as long as they feel challenges by them. They will likely enjoy being able to discover different strategies in order to become the best of the best. They often like the competitive aspects to many video games, since this helps the INTJ push themselves to improve.

ENTJ

Many ENTJs find themselves less interested in video games, and more drawn to tasks which have a real purpose. ENTJs are efficient people, who are always pushing themselves to go after their goals in life. The ENTJ who does enjoy video games, likely finds themselves drawn to the competitive aspect of gaming. Being able to challenge their minds and improve on something, is always going to spark the ENTJs passionate side. They are likely very good gamers, especially when they are playing something that allows the ENTJ to strategize.

INTP

There are very few INTPs out there who don’t find themselves interest in video games. There is something intriguing about these other worlds, and the ability to challenge themselves to be the best. INTPs are natural gamers, and can often figure out strategies in order to constantly improve their skills. They enjoy the competitive aspect to gaming, which helps inspire the INTP to improve and grow. There is a lot of internal thinking that goes on when it comes to being a great gamer, and this is something that really connect to the INTP.

ENTP

ENTPs are often skilled at playing video games, and are good at keeping up with the more challenging games. They enjoy being able to push themselves in order to be better, and love the challenge that comes along with gaming. ENTPs are commonly interested in many different games, and like the fact that they have so many options. Ultimately ENTPs are very capable of becoming excellent gamers, and in many circumstances are the types who play competitively. Some ENTPs might become distracted though, and find that they lose interest in gaming eventually.

 

ISTJ

ISTJs are not usually interested in video games, since they aren’t the most practical. ISTJs are very focused on getting things done, and are often well-read people. If the ISTJ grew up around people who like playing video games, they might find themselves more interested in them. When the ISTJ does play they are often good, especially since they can hone in and focus on what is in front of them. ISTJs are very capable people, who strive to be great at whatever they do.

ESTJ

ESTJs aren’t usually interested in video games, and are much more focused on real life. They are the type of people to be doing more practical things, since they value efficiency. If the ESTJ does find themselves interested in gaming, it is likely because someone they love shows an interest in it. When they do play the ESTJ is likely very competitive, and can become a bit intense with their gaming. They want to be the best at whatever they do, so they will strive to improve their skills.

ISFJ

ISFJs aren’t usually the type of people to be seen playing video games, since they prefer to focus on more practical things in the real world around them. ISFJs care deeply for their loved ones, and want to be sure that everyone is happy. If someone they care for is an avid gamer the ISFJ might find themselves showing interest in it because of that. When they do play it is likely for a short while, but they are certainly capable of holding their own and having a good time.

ESFJ

ESFJs often surprise people with their interest in video games, since they aren’t the typical stereotype of a gamer. ESFJs usually have a bit of a geeky streak, which includes hobbies like gaming. When the ESFJ does enjoy video games they likely become obsessive and want to immerse themselves in all of the different platforms. ESFJs who game are likely decent at it, and can become a bit competitive. They want to be good at whatever they do, and work hard to build up their skills. ESFJs are likely to be good at more specific types of games, which usually doesn’t include the stress of a first person shooter.

 

ISTP

ISTPs are internal and analytical people, which often makes them very good at gaming. They might not want to spend too much time playing games, since they do want to live in the moment as well. ISTPs enjoy a combination of introspective activities, and things that are a little more adventurous. During their downtime ISTPs might like gaming, and if they do they are likely very good at it. Their natural strategic skills and their ability to pay attention to their surroundings, really aids in the ISTPs gaming abilities.

ESTP

ESTPs can definitely be skilled gamers, especially if they devote the time to playing. They can become distracted rather easily though, and find themselves getting antsy if they have to sit still for too long. ESTPs simply enjoy living in the moment, and want to seek out new adventures to dive into. Gaming can keep them stagnant for too long, which will ultimately frustrate the ESTP. When they do spend time playing video games their ability to pay attention to their surroundings often helps them a lot.

ISFP

ISFPs aren’t usually avid gamers, since they prefer to live in the present moment. They dislike feeling stuck doing the same thing for too long, and want to experience different things in life. ISFPs are internal people, who often enjoy hobbies that are a little more emotionally based. If the ISFP does find themselves interested in gaming, their ability to pay attention to their surroundings can be helpful to them. At the same time ISFPs don’t enjoy being overly competitive and can become frustrated by others who are.

ESFP

ESFPs aren’t usually avid gamers, since they dislike staying in one place for too long. ESFPs crave attention and want to be out doing something fun and exciting. They can become bored with gaming rather quickly, since it keeps them stuck in the same place, doing the same thing. They would much rather go out and do something that connects them to the present moment. ESFPs who play video games likely don’t want it to be too much pressure, and prefer being around people who just want to make it fun.

 

 

 

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