ok, so those who are playing bf1, what do you think?

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  • XTS-KingBeef
    1140 postsMember, Battlefield 3, Battlefield 4, Battlefield Member
    Lol quit after 60hrs.


    all my friends quit so I quit not to mention the game is utter trash.
  • AhoyDrogon
    273 postsMember, Battlefield 3, Battlefield 4, Battlefield Hardline, Battlefield, Battlefield 1 Member
    Lol quit after 60hrs.


    all my friends quit so I quit not to mention the game is utter trash.

    I wouldn't say that it is "utter trash". It isn't by any means perfect, or even enjoyable (less so with all of the Christmas CoD transitions/noobs) but it is still a stable-ish game.

  • BenzenForReal
    434 postsMember, Battlefield 3, Battlefield 4, Battlefield, Battlefield 1 Member
    edited January 2017
    JFK001NBF2 wrote: »
    BenzenBEER wrote: »
    Love it.

    Most squad-based and balanced BF in my opinion.

    More maps like Ballroom Blitz would make me wet.

    More squad-based? Balanced? What heavenly version did you buy? Did you reserve a server from DICE directly where only veteran players and non-children players can play in peace?

    What BF are you reffering to ? I dont own all of em, but played every BFs except 1943 and BFHeroes. My all time fav is still BF2142. Havent played 2142 in ages so maybe its just an old guy's nostalgia speaking.

    It was my opinion but let me explain : in BF1, when you enter a server, first screen you see is the Squads screen, also since there is so much walking, it forces you to spawn on available squadmates. So yeah, it kinda forces you to join a squad. So far, I am having a blast.

    For the balance, I feel the rock-paper-scissor more than in BF4. Anyway, thermals and constant nerfs of stuff to take out tanks made me quit BF4. BF1 is really more my style.

    Only things I dislike from BF1 is the server browser. Other litlle things that I think previous BFs did better are the medal system and battlepack system.
  • CPTN-Cr4ptastic
    1704 postsMember, Battlefield 3, Battlefield 4, Battlefield, Battlefield 1 Member
    BenzenBEER wrote: »
    JFK001NBF2 wrote: »
    BenzenBEER wrote: »
    Love it.

    Most squad-based and balanced BF in my opinion.

    More maps like Ballroom Blitz would make me wet.

    More squad-based? Balanced? What heavenly version did you buy? Did you reserve a server from DICE directly where only veteran players and non-children players can play in peace?

    What BF are you reffering to ? I dont own all of em, but played every BFs except 1943 and BFHeroes. My all time fav is still BF2142. Havent played 2142 in ages so maybe its just an old guy's nostalgia speaking.

    It was my opinion but let me explain : in BF1, when you enter a server, first screen you see is the Squads screen, also since there is so much walking, it forces you to spawn on available squadmates. So yeah, it kinda forces you to join a squad. So far, I am having a blast.

    For the balance, I feel the rock-paper-scissor more than in BF4. Anyway, thermals and constant nerfs of stuff to take out tanks made me quit BF4. BF1 is really more my style.

    Only things I dislike from BF1 is the server browser. Other litlle things that I think previous BFs did better are the medal system and battlepack system.
    I loved Battlefield 2142 also, I would love to see a remastered version on the current Frosbite game engine.

  • WALKINGCORPSE1
    505 postsMember, Battlefield 3, Battlefield 4, Battlefield Hardline, Battlefield, Battlefield 1 Member
    edited January 2017
    i wish i could comment on the game, but until i get a new card for my comp , i can't ;)
  • GRAW2ROBZ
    2604 postsMember, Battlefield 3, Battlefield 4, Battlefield Hardline, Battlefield, Battlefield 1, Battlefield V Member
    Just checked Battlefield Companion. I cracked 30 hours finally on BF1 and I was a early enlister. Heck I put more hours in ARK in 3 days sitting then this game combined for a few months. Heck I put more hours in 3 days total making a map on Far Cry 3 back in the day when that first was released. Heck I probably got more hours in Bad Company 2 then BF3,BF4,BF1,Hardline all combined.
  • MARAUDER71
    95 postsMember, Battlefield 3, Battlefield 4, Battlefield Hardline, Battlefield, Battlefield 1, CTE, Battlefield V Member
    Marmion wrote: »
    Ok so for anyone considering buying Battlefield 1, Here it is plain and simple DONT! You will be disappointed and you will be wishing you could get your money back. Here's my review. Single player campaign mode is your typical cookie cutter campaign. Follow some story through WW1, fight some battles and get a feel for the vehicles and weapons. Nothing to brag about, descent if anything, not enough to justify the price. Now multiplayer. This is where it takes a turn for the worst. The maps are nothing to write home about, mediocre and limited in variety not to mention sloppy and unorganized. But they'll do. Given how terrible other parts of this game are the maps sucking is small potatoes. Your character starts off with a pathetic selection of weapons, each one specific to each class. Nothing special. Now one of them being the M18 trench gun it's fully auto but recoil is so terrible it's stupidly inaccurate. But hey! It's the beginning of the game so naturally you can't have the best there is. But wait it still gets better, your character is so fragile that pretty much 2 bullets maybe 3, and I'm not talking from the best gun in the game or a special character, no that would be justified. Any old run of the mill even the worst gun in the game will have you dead as a doornail in 2 to 3 shots depending on the shooter. So if dying is something you are unfamiliar with. No worries, the two of you will get well aquatinted. Next the melee weapons work oh once in a blue moon. No more of that creeping up on someone like Battlefield 4 hitting a button and the stabbing or melee event occurs. Nope not here. I ran up on a players back hit the melee button expecting a shovel to his neck, and all that happened was I hit him, he turned around, I wasn't expecting the lack of the automatic melee and in the end I was the dead one despite having the element of surprise. How nice! Moving on the combat, it's fast paced lots of dying (but that's expected with paper mache soldiers) and you will see lots of out in left field things, for example. Bullets that go through walls, and not any wall, big huge concrete walls. Imagine that. Next you'll see bullets that go around corners. Don't ask me how, I didn't think that technology existed in WW1, but who knew? You will see a great deal of camping because who can blame the campers if you can die as easy as it is to breathe. Next is my favorite the aim bots or hip shot dots or whatever they are (either way I call them cheating tools. But to each is own) well those guys will give you a run for your money. You'll see handguns that have a reach of 50 to 100 feet+ and the ability to kill like a sniper rifle, this happened to me personally. Shotguns that can wipe you in two shots from a very long distance, not typical of a shotgun but then again this is no typical game. Iron sight kills from across the map. What are the odds of that? Either way the "privileged" players or cheaters as I like to call them are there. I know some people are skeptical and the game is brand new. But let's face it cheating and an edge in games has become a part of life and whether you choose to accept it or not, it happens i.e. modded controllers, aim dots etc. So the list as it sits of right now is pretty much almost guaranteed to give you an online experience that you will hate. But maybe you'll choose to press on and go for some of those challenges that DICE and EA like to put in their Battlefield games. Well, don't worry they are not as ridiculous as BF4 was, where if you want a fancy sniper rifle you have to go to a specific tower on a specific map and make 2 head shots, across the map, while hanging upside down, with one eye covered, while singing Mary had a little lamb in Japanese. Thank god right? Eh hate to rain on the parade but, not so fast. Even though the challenges seem like they are doable, it's an illusion. The game is so difficult, the campers so sneaky, and the cheaters so advantaged plus you're so fragile that even the easiest sounding challenge will be for the most part impossible. So at the end of the day this game is clearly another attempt by DICE and EA to woo people with visuals and a different spin on an FPS while delivering utter garbage. Maybe they are still trying to redeem themselves from BF Hardline, which was also an extreme disappointment. Either way, they once again succeeded amazingly at failing. Hopefully DICE and EA get the hint with this pathetic game that BF4 was as good as it would ever get for them. Sadly the one thing this video game did well was usher in the end of the run and gun concept, leaving the player with camping as a means to an end in order to get an descent score. If I believed BF Hardline was eligible for 0 stars, this one would get a half star. And only because of visuals and a half way marginal single player campaign. Sadly though those two merits alone are not enough to give gamers what they want or what they payed for. Thank you for reading, keep in mind this is my opinion, and how I feel about this game but I do hope that readers find this informational. If not, I'm sorry to disappoint, it is your money and time and hopefully this article can save you from wasting both.

    Thanks again.

    oh god, do you expect anyone to read this and make a decision out of that?

    Soooooo... Hate it?
  • MARAUDER71
    95 postsMember, Battlefield 3, Battlefield 4, Battlefield Hardline, Battlefield, Battlefield 1, CTE, Battlefield V Member
    Love it.... It's fantastic... Maybe if I was a pro gamer or something I wouldn't, but, as a casual
    Player,, its fantastic
  • BluelitHalo
    154 postsMember, Battlefield 3, Battlefield 4, Battlefield, Battlefield 1, CTE, Battlefield V Member
    So far, I put double the hours into this game than I put in BF3 and BF4 combined, so I'd say it's alright.
  • AhoyDrogon
    273 postsMember, Battlefield 3, Battlefield 4, Battlefield Hardline, Battlefield, Battlefield 1 Member
    I still hope that the en mass mutism of the game is cured
  • Grommashz
    9 postsMember, Battlefield 4, Battlefield, Battlefield 1 Member
    i love BF1 but.... in asia server we fighting with hacker everygame i hate it PLS DICE do something for help us :'(
  • AhoyDrogon
    273 postsMember, Battlefield 3, Battlefield 4, Battlefield Hardline, Battlefield, Battlefield 1 Member
    edited January 2017
    I would also like the ask if there is any significance to player names not appearing in the kill feed.

    It's just not the same as the others. That's not a good thing either.
  • TickTak77
    4695 postsMember, Battlefield 3, Battlefield 4, Battlefield Hardline, Battlefield, Battlefield 1, CTE Member
    JFK001NBF2 wrote: »
    BenzenBEER wrote: »
    Love it.

    Most squad-based and balanced BF in my opinion.

    More maps like Ballroom Blitz would make me wet.

    More squad-based? Balanced? What heavenly version did you buy? Did you reserve a server from DICE directly where only veteran players and non-children players can play in peace?

    I think he is right @JFK001NBF2

    This BF has the best balance between classes in the series so far.

    Each class has its own distinct role, contribution, and engagement distance.
  • AhoyDrogon
    273 postsMember, Battlefield 3, Battlefield 4, Battlefield Hardline, Battlefield, Battlefield 1 Member
    TickTak77 wrote: »
    JFK001NBF2 wrote: »
    BenzenBEER wrote: »
    Love it.

    Most squad-based and balanced BF in my opinion.

    More maps like Ballroom Blitz would make me wet.

    More squad-based? Balanced? What heavenly version did you buy? Did you reserve a server from DICE directly where only veteran players and non-children players can play in peace?

    I think he is right @JFK001NBF2

    This BF has the best balance between classes in the series so far.

    Each class has its own distinct role, contribution, and engagement distance.

    I'm not disputing they did well with the functions of the classes but, and I know this sounds weird, it doesn't really fit with the human psyche of killing at all ranges. It limits the gameplay when there are still players that do not care what class they are and just play the class lone wolf (just playing assault for the SMGs, medics for the medium to long ranges with some point stacking, support for limited use and spamming, the scout for the joy of the long range kills) there's allocations to classes but rarely do players play the class as it is meant to be played.
  • HardAimedKid
    11386 postsMember, Battlefield 3, Battlefield 4, Battlefield Hardline, Battlefield, Battlefield 1, CTE, Battlefield V Member
    edited January 2017
    Battlefield 1 is my favorite since BC2. I like it, I like the setting, I like the kind of stripped down nature of it. It seems to me that a lot of the complaints are that it's basic, that is one of the things that makes me love it. Content doesn't make a game and this game proves it. I know it has its own set of issues, what game doesn't though? I'm very happy to have this to play until the next batttlefield release.
  • XTS-KingBeef
    1140 postsMember, Battlefield 3, Battlefield 4, Battlefield Member
    Battlefield 1 is my favorite since BC2. I like it, I like the setting, I like the kind of stripped down nature of it. It seems to me that a lot of the complaints are that it's basic, that is one of the things that makes me love it. Content doesn't make a game and this game proves it. I know it has its own set of issues, what game doesn't though? I'm very happy to have this to play until the next batttlefield release.

    So your all to Happy spending 120+ on a game with very content? Lol EA loves you
  • SorensenSA
    191 postsMember, Battlefield 4, Battlefield, Battlefield 1, CTE Member
    I'm enjoying it quite a lot right now, but the spawn system and team balancing needs to be adressed.

    I constantly spawn inside fire, at dead team mates etc and the enemies spawn in as well when I'm busy shooting their spawn object/player.

    Never does a match start out with even numbers anymore. And I'm even seeing new players getting on the number heavy side. Sometimes it fills up quickly, but often numbers are uneven for half a round.
  • MBT_Layzan
    2460 postsMember, Battlefield 3, Battlefield 4, Battlefield, Battlefield 1, Battlefield V Member
    Battlefield 1 is my favorite since BC2. I like it, I like the setting, I like the kind of stripped down nature of it. It seems to me that a lot of the complaints are that it's basic, that is one of the things that makes me love it. Content doesn't make a game and this game proves it. I know it has its own set of issues, what game doesn't though? I'm very happy to have this to play until the next batttlefield release.

    So your all to Happy spending 120+ on a game with very content? Lol EA loves you

    They love the fools who cough up cash for random battle packs more.
  • r0nin_Ts
    1410 postsMember, Battlefield 3, Battlefield, Battlefield 1, CTE Member
    edited April 2017
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  • x_Undaunted_x
    3766 postsMember, Battlefield 3, Battlefield 4, Battlefield, Battlefield 1 Member
    After having some time to digest everything, I really like the game, but it's not better than BC2 or BF3. Definitely way better than BF4 though.
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