So this has been something that has been nagging at me for a bit but never thought to write it out.
Im sure we all agree that the campaigns in BFV are WAAAAY to short for us to ever feel really invested, and only the best written on (Tirailleur and Last Tiger) actually are strong enough to make us feel anything.
That said, I truely feel that they would have been alot more powerfull if they had gone on for longer.
In Tirailleur we are supposed to be a man bonded with his co-patriots through their blight and origin, and try our hardest to preserve their lives because they are our freinds, but save for 1 person, we dont really get to know ANYONE else. Its essentially 'please care about these people because we told you to' and thats a shame, as the French Colonial troops have so much to offer in this setting IRL.
The same issue appears in Last Tiger, but not about freinds, but about hope.
We are supposed to be this hardly pressed Tiger ace crew who is desperatly trying to defend and then escape, but since its so short, we dont get that feeling of 'OMG I REALLY NEED TO GET THERE!'. Instead it just feels like yet another objective to move the cutscene along. A longer campaign means we could have learned more about the crew and WHY we want to get over the bridge so fast, and the depth of the final betrayal.
Personally, I feel we should have had more time with these campaigns as they simply where the most engaging and most interesting, and have so much potential to show the human aspect of the conflict, as well as portray the feelings of the time. How amazing would it have been to play the Last Tiger while they where in North Africa? When they had their hay day? If all you see of a person is their downfall, then how are you supposed to appreciate said downfall?