I'm having fun with it, but think they have the wrong focus with their "mOaR pLaYerS thAN tHe oTHEr gamez" strategy. (Just so they can tout it as some kind of competitive advantage over PUBG/Fortnite/EFT/Apex) After all, people actually want to win sometimes, or at least feel like they have a chance. In PUBG squad play, it was last team standing out of 20 squads. Right now in Warzone, it's already 50 squads competing to win and they want to increase it to 66? It's going to become literally impossible for a casual or below average player to literally EVER win a game...this isn't an efficient long-term strategy.
I like the fact that there are missions you can complete during the game, gives people an incentive to do more than just hole up in one spot camping until the end. The engine is also a lot smoother than PUBG for example, makes for more exciting and less clunky/frustrating gameplay.
I'd like to see them change the meta though. Right now it's "Drop, kill the players in your vicinity with picked-up weapons for 5 minutes, then ditch them for your Sniper/M4 loadout" every game. It gets rather stale after awhile due to how consistent it is, I'd prefer just having random weapons and attachments laying about, add more diversity to the game.
Time to kill is a bit high, would like to see it lowered a bit. (Complete 180 from MW) Winning a 1 vs 3 is incredibly difficult when you have to unload an entire clip into 1 person to kill them while their teammates are rushing you.
Vehicles are incredibly weak, we've easily killed every player we've seen in one, and died everytime we tried using one ourselves.
Having the ability to be respawned by winning a 1vs1 or your team buying you back in is nice, as even the best players can get RNG'ed on a bad drop, no fun having to spectate for 20 minutes.
Not sure how they're going to handle cheating either. Being free to play, it's going to be even worse than PUBG, where it was already an epidemic. Also, with 150 players and soon to be 200, you're going to be guaranteed to see them in every single game.
Despite the above concerns/criticisms, I still think it's a fun, solid game, and with some tweaks it could around for a long time.