PropheT wrote on Nov 19, 2021, 13:40:theglaze wrote on Nov 19, 2021, 12:25:
Huge maps (too big for normal BF gameplay, even for 128 players)
Cannot switch/create squads
Silly long timing when you're downed with no visibility for medics, because initially it should be only your BR squad that can revive you
The + system for weapons, instead of ground loot attachments
No server browser, because you don't need one in BR
Lack of game modes
No propper factions
The maps aren't that big, so not sure about that complaint. They don't really seem any bigger than any other BF game I've played.
Armor Plates aren't that useful since you have to ditch any team-related gadget to have them (no med crate, ammo packs, anti armor weapon, etc.)
I'd be surprised if they didn't add squad switch, but squads in general work differently than before from what I understand.
You are visible to medics when you're downed, so I'm not sure I understand this one. Why should only squad members be able to heal/revive you?
The plus system is good in-game, it just sucks and is confusing in the menus when you're not.
There is a server browser in Portal, just not in Warzone.
It seems like there's more game modes than I'm used to in Battlefield, but other than a bit of BF5 I haven't played a lot of them. Conquest, Breakthrough, Hazard Zone, and then Portal has four more.
The last ones are kind of whatever. I doubt most people care about hardcore or if their team was called Sesame Street vs. Uptown Funk or something. No scoreboard is a little weird since it is keeping stats; it's probably an effort to stave off toxicity, but at least it should show your personal stats. I also doubt the vast majority of players care at all about whether there's a campaign or not.
There's some stuff that feels unfinished, like the C1 capture point in Kaleidoscope breakthrough being virtually impossible to take, but otherwise I'm not sure I get the uproar. Reddit's just a toxic shithole for most game subs, though, it's usually just some people being angry and then doing their best to make sure everyone else is too. If you're on the fence just wait because they usually go on sale pretty quick, but it's not as bad of a game as Reddit's trying to make it out to be.
HorrorScope wrote on Jul 6, 2021, 11:46:
I'll freak when I see it. But some games have placed product advertisements in them already and no big. If they go full on stupid, they will hear it then. They have to compete and there is no shortage of games. The only thing they have that makes them even needed are some sports games because they own the rights, otherwise everything else they do has so many like alternatives to play.