why gadgets i hate gadgets, i just want to kill people player v player, not lose because i got wallhacked or a tracking grenade follows me to my helicopter etc etc, screw this game, i want to win gunfights, nothing else.
He means all the other stuff going on. Battlefield has never been just about player vs player fights.wallhack is not new?a shield that deflects bullets back at the shooter? not new?
Well he's been part of the EA Game Changers stuff. As far as him knowing things in advance. Sometimes, but not always. Fundamentally,, Jackfrags takes the glass half full approach to content so your not going to regularly see rage videos coming from him. He will criticize BF games but they're usually measured responses. Some of it echoing the what the community is feeling.Anyone else think that Jack Frags is on DICE payroll? Seems this guy always gets his info before anyone else and runs damage control when things don't go well, like in the Beta.
wallhack is not new?a shield that deflects bullets back at the shooter? not new?
Well he's been part of the EA Game Changers stuff. As far as him knowing things in advance. Sometimes, but not always. Fundamentally,, Jackfrags takes the glass half full approach to content so your not going to regularly see rage videos coming from him. He will criticize BF games but they're usually measured responses. Some of it echoing the what the community is feeling.
Maybe it didn't cross your tiny little mind that I posted before I reacted to his post. It's not like the joke is fucking original mate. It's already a popular format for any joke on the internet.You used the same "joke" only slightly altered.
"How could they do the thing they said they were going to do?!"
Nice comeback. But please keep being the joke police accusing me of "copying jokes". What I posted was how I felt. DICE did the same damn thing for BFV. Players give constructive feedback, DICE says lol nope and doubles down.
The specialist are clearly a core part of the game and have been since it was announced. They aren't going to suddenly change this a month before release.
Reeks of CoD imposter wannabe syndrome.
I loved the beta and everything they showed so far. To each their own.So you're excited based on playing the beta and what they're saying, combined with the rumors/leaks?
It was after I began to play the beta that I started having strange feelings towards it. All downhill since.
We can only do that in the Portal mode. Don't think that will be ready for release though :\Even having played the beta, I still don't quite understand.
Do we ever play as normal soldiers or only as these "Hero" type characters? As in will we be able to customize a standard soldier, their face, gear, outfit etc. or are we forced to play as the same super powered clones as everyone else?
Battlefield 2042's open beta has passed and the community has plenty of thoughts to share. DICE recently revealed a good chunk of improvements they made, but we take things a step further and look at what else could use improvements.
Battlefield 2042 recently dropped a new specialist trailer showing off five more specialists, which will excite those ready for the game's launch. However, not everyone is sold, as specialists have been just one of many points of discussion surrounding the recent open beta. We've taken a look at specialists, optimization, and what else we want to see improved upon by the game's launch. Hopefully, fans will be excited again if even more fixes for these issues come through!
This video breaks down improvements we want, such as a greater incentive to stick with your squad and use teamwork. Battlefield 2042 encouraged a lot of lone wolves in its beta, which is not what the series is known for. There are also persisting bugs and glitches that need ironing out, which only worsen if you're playing on older consoles.
The hope is that Battlefield 2042 can package as many fixes as possible before launch. The fixes detailed so far are encouraging, but with the release window so close, it's not sure what state the game will be in when it releases. Fingers crossed for the best! Battlefield 2042 will come out on early access on November 12, with a worldwide launch on November 19 for PC, Xbox One, Series S|X, PS4, and PS5.