It's great to see people taking a special interest in Operations.
You Like Operations...I Like Operations. We agree (for the most part).
But there is one one aspect of Operations that needs the player base to co-op with. Spotting...
You see, if we as a team don't spot, we usually don't win. I do my part. Because a squad flanking 10 players...perhaps snipers...just say.
Will only cause us to halt our advances if 3 players on opposing team take out 10 players on our team because...you guessed it...no one will spot them.
I get it, sometimes, you thought you had a bead on them. Then for whatever reason, they had the bead on YOU. it happens. It's part of the game.
However, if you don't spot them they have the advantage that YOU gave them when you didn't spot them. Allowing them to raise their K/D indiscriminately at our Team's Expense.
So for the love of all things good. Teach your team mates the importance of Spotting. I know nearly most here either do it or say they do it. But if we can get just half the team spotting.
It allows us the ability to advance and cap flags on offense. And, we can properly stop flag captures. Or, most importantly re-cap flags on defense.
It makes for a wonderful experience for everyone involved.
Also, if one is navigator for the Dreadnought. Please bring it closer towards shore so your new found buddies, using the other guns on the ship, can contribute towards taking out opponents.
I understand you want that ship to last as long as possible but we all know it hasn't and it won't no matter how much one navigates the boat out to sea.
Again, I know folks on this forum are team players and know how to play BF as a whole. But I have found that some that I have played with simply don't understand the mechanics of how BF nor how BF: Operations works.
It's like everything and everywhere COD. Teaching them helps and most are willing to learn if told.