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Re: Battlefield "1"
« Reply #90 on: 16-06-2016, 10:06:27 »
The only one, who could save this game would be damaso. He would bring back the bayonette charges back to the game. Napoleonic wars event anyone?

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« Reply #91 on: 23-06-2016, 16:06:44 »
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Bolt action rifles are only avaiable with the ...sniper class




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« Reply #92 on: 23-06-2016, 16:06:23 »
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I was sorta mad at first that Battlefield 1 was obviously completely ahistorical.  But you have to remember that Battlefield 1942 had Japanese infantrymen running around with MG-42's as apparently standard gear.  The way I see it is that Battlefield 1 and the like are for more mindless fun and FH2 is for historic fun.  Also it seems clear that Battlefield 1 is taking place in some sort of alternate history World War I, right?  I suppose the only reason that this is a shame is because a lot of people think WWI would be boring from a video game standpoint unless you completely re-write history, which is untrue and unfortunate.

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« Reply #93 on: 23-06-2016, 16:06:31 »
They never mentioned alternate reality IIRC.

I dont care about that tough, just put the bolt action rifles in the rifleman class...
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« Reply #94 on: 23-06-2016, 16:06:32 »
Yeah but it's one thing to give the Japs the experimental Type 5 and the MG42, and a completely another thing to arm all the armies with semi- and full auto weapons as if it were completely normal for the 1914-1918 war. That's just wrong.
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« Reply #95 on: 23-06-2016, 22:06:30 »


I was sorta mad at first that Battlefield 1 was obviously completely ahistorical.  But you have to remember that Battlefield 1942 had Japanese infantrymen running around with MG-42's as apparently standard gear.  The way I see it is that Battlefield 1 and the like are for more mindless fun and FH2 is for historic fun.  Also it seems clear that Battlefield 1 is taking place in some sort of alternate history World War I, right?  I suppose the only reason that this is a shame is because a lot of people think WWI would be boring from a video game standpoint unless you completely re-write history, which is untrue and unfortunate.


That was still less weird than BF1.

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« Reply #96 on: 24-06-2016, 08:06:29 »
To me, it's a pointless waste of a theme. Why make a WWI game if it's going to have very little to do with WWI? Outside of making a buzz in the media and generating hype ofc.
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« Reply #97 on: 24-06-2016, 09:06:43 »
I yesterday began playing verdun again and having loads and loads of fun. If only they have the austrian-hungarians...
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Re: Battlefield "1"
« Reply #98 on: 24-06-2016, 12:06:28 »
In BF1942, the Japanese side are carrying StG 44 and MP-18 SMG. Their bunkers were armed with MG-42 and Todt coastal battery.

In 2002, you are beggars and you can't choose.

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Re: Battlefield "1"
« Reply #99 on: 25-06-2016, 12:06:41 »
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Battlefield was never realistic at this point. Remember the days of BF1942. Almost every map faced Tiger tanks, STG44 etc. ;)

Of course it would be pleasant to have a more historical oriented mode. I think about only 20vs20 players on standard maps for less crowded gameplay and of course focussing bolt-action-rifles. Whoever played FH2 won't miss them again.

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Re: Battlefield "1"
« Reply #100 on: 25-06-2016, 18:06:12 »
In BF1942, the Japanese side are carrying StG 44 and MP-18 SMG. Their bunkers were armed with MG-42 and Todt coastal battery.

In 2002, you are beggars and you can't choose.

Back then with the never seen gameplay was new, so you could oversee this easily. And with the patches they tried to fix this, e.g. the type 96 MG.

But on the other hand, this is 2016. In particular the newer battlefield titles throw so much varierity and gadgets on you, that some limits, e.g. only certain factions carry certain weapons, could have even been beneficial.
Just think about RTS games, e.g. starcraft, where you find several heavily different factions. You can only master the game, if you master the specialities. Such a concept could easily fit into multiplayer shooters aswell. And we are back to a game like FH2 and its sometimes assymetric layouts.  ;D

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« Reply #101 on: 04-07-2016, 18:07:02 »
I knew historical inaccuracy would be big with battlefield 1


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NZcYmP9wfVw


But seeing at the classes and the loadouts...
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Not to mention the extremely weird thing that the scout class of the Imperial german army is.....black?

Whats this? extreme left winged multiculturist assholes who demanded it?
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Re: Battlefield "1"
« Reply #102 on: 04-07-2016, 20:07:12 »
I knew historical inaccuracy would be big with battlefield 1


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NZcYmP9wfVw


But seeing at the classes and the loadouts...
my frikking god


Not to mention the extremely weird thing that the scout class of the Imperial german army is.....black?

Whats this? extreme left winged multiculturist assholes who demanded it?

Wow scouts for real? And from what i can see you can equip your soldier with all kinds of weapons from all nations not only with german weapons.

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Re: Battlefield "1"
« Reply #103 on: 04-07-2016, 20:07:38 »
You do realize that Germany had black askaris in its army? So the inclusion of a black player model is not less realistic than all the space age guns.

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Re: Battlefield "1"
« Reply #104 on: 04-07-2016, 20:07:55 »
They should´ve just ported Battlefield 1918 to the new engine, but I guess that wouldn´t be hip enough for a wider audience.
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