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Saturday, May 5th 2018, 12:57pm

If they made BF1 more like BF1942 or BF4, I'd still come back to it.

But alas, they made BF1 into a more hand-holding game with too confined gamemodes and too small and badly thought out maps. The linearity and dumb meatgrinding aspects Operations 64 (and 40)players is incredibly frustrating for players used to the BF-way of things. It kills creativity and angles of approach.

''Well, why not stick to Conquest?'' Sad to say, conquest, the main staple of BF got a stab in the back in BF1. For the obvious reasons.

Lest not forget the mandatory introduced DLC-featured content like the weak and wonky naval combat on maps that offer a frustrating experience to both infantry, planes and ships. This may sound pretentious, but I think BF1 has so far been a b1tchslap to the BF thought.
RIP Sraw

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Saturday, May 5th 2018, 10:28pm

I downloaded BF4 again and had the opportunity to play a little Chain-Link and Dragon Valley 2k15...

The game feels a lot faster but god, that's just way too fast for me. That's one thing I like about BF1, movement might be horrible, but gameplay feels slower so I can keep pace.
still playin' Motorstorm

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Monday, May 7th 2018, 4:34pm

I downloaded BF4 again and had the opportunity to play a little Chain-Link and Dragon Valley 2k15...

The game feels a lot faster but god, that's just way too fast for me. That's one thing I like about BF1, movement might be horrible, but gameplay feels slower so I can keep pace.
Yea, BF4 is pretty much an ADHD shooter, while in a lot of ways BF1 is a lot slower (Still a lot faster than refractor era tho)

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Saturday, May 12th 2018, 11:56pm

New annoyance: now they are giving away TNSP for free.

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Sunday, May 13th 2018, 2:05am

Good. More people playing it, more cool content for more people. Especially since it's the best DLC.

The game came out a year and seven months ago, and BF2018 is set to be announced in less than two weeks. It's absolutely time for the DLC to be made free for everyone.
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Tuesday, May 15th 2018, 8:15am

Good. More people playing it, more cool content for more people. Especially since it's the best DLC.

The game came out a year and seven months ago, and BF2018 is set to be announced in less than two weeks. It's absolutely time for the DLC to be made free for everyone.


I'm fine with eventually giving out DLC, but BF1 has completely devalued the season pass subscription system with a horrible release schedule and overall poor value added considering first the discounts before 3/4 of the DLC even dropped, and now freebies.

You can't sell a day-1 subscription service and then devalue it before most of the content was even delivered.

I've certainly wisened up to the fact that premium has little value, and I hope the concept fails in 2018.