Yeah, I've just read in the Eurogamer preview that you have "specialists" now rather than classes, and that more are being added via the Premium Pass. So if you don't cough up £100, you may end up at a disadvantage by Christmas when everyone else is the new "flamethrower specialist" or whatever, while you're stuck with the "grappling hook specialist".The downside being an EA game.
There is going to be 4 game passes released in the first year of release.
These will all be chargeable content, unless you buy the £100 Ultimate Edition at launch.
EA are using freemium tactics on a full price AAA title.
Ideally there should be a boycott against EA, but I am sure this will be one of the biggest selling games of the year and EA will then be laughing all the way to the bank when they release the 4 packs at £20-£25 each and make an additional £100 out of every player for releasing an unfinished game.
well, i did not like the trailer too much... but some of those scenes reminded me of older BF's and that was made on purpose!I didnt like the trailer.
Battlefield, for me, was always about realism. Amazing huge battles, where you could really feel like you were just a tiny soldier in the middle of it.
Now I see people jumping from the plane, shooting rpg and going back to the plane.. this is not battlefield anymore. This is Fast and Furious..
Similar to football games - realism, which I love, is slowly replaced by Michael Bay Rambo style. Battlefield is getting closer to Call of Duty with each release.
And you can clearly see it in game.
There's no tactics, very little cover. People are just sprinting, jumping around like rabbits, spraying bullets. And everyone were bullet sponges.
The only thing so far that I like from all the news about Battlefield VI is that there will be an option to play against AI bots.
Which kinda gives me a hope that at least AI will behave like soldiers. And maybe this way it will be fun for me to play.