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Offline Zoologic

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Re: Battlefield "1"
« Reply #15 on: 07-05-2016, 15:05:29 »
OK, nobody mention the ships? Could be pretty rad fighting in those Dreadnoughts.

Anyway, this is a console-destined Battlefield. It will be all bollocks like Battlefield 1943, a 1942 succesor that never was.

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« Reply #16 on: 07-05-2016, 18:05:39 »
Ah, a new Battlefield game. :D You can tell it's just around the corner from the unmistakable pessimism concentrated in the off topic section.

I really hope nobody actually expected some kind of 'realistic' or 'historically accurate' WW1 game out of EA.

Still, it's at least an original idea and not directly copying the competitors.

This is what I'm excited for. It takes some balls to jump to WW1 and challenge yourself to make a AAA game title out of it. All I can hope is that they stick to the core of what made battlefield fun and let you and your friends get in big ass machines and blow shit up.

If I can pilot a bomber or a Zeppelin with a full crew of people. Or slug a tank across some trenches while a bunch of other people man all the gun ports. Or hell even jump in a battleship and have all my squad mates man a set of guns. I'm sold.

The only thing I would question is the infantry gameplay. The bread and butter of battlefield games is good gun play with auto or semi auto weapons. From what I hear tho they might just keep bolt action weapons to the scout class and use machine guns, and stretch for prototype SMGs to fill out the other classes.

I'm interested to see some gameplay :)

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« Reply #17 on: 07-05-2016, 18:05:25 »
Huh, quite a brave move for them to make WWI game, even though there were rumors about it months in advance it's still quite a surprise :D. Honestly though, trailer didn't do anything for me, the generic hype-building overly-epic-biplanes-flying-through-canions trailes somehow doesn't fit a WWI game, they might have as well put in a few naked chicks and dubstep to finish it off (or maybe that's just me)
The name of course is stupid as fuck, I wonder how many hours they've spent thinking about it.

Anyway, my expectations are close to 0, so I guess I won't be disappointed at the very least, like I said, it's a brave move for them to make their next "flagship" Battlefield game set in WWI, I'm still not quite sure how exactly are they planning to pull off a modern get-points-earn-ranks shooter in such a setting.
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« Reply #18 on: 07-05-2016, 20:05:22 »
I only approve this game only in term of:  they made it because of 100 years from ww1. Thats nice,in memory of WW1,but rest is just so.....
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Re: Battlefield "1"
« Reply #19 on: 07-05-2016, 20:05:52 »

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« Reply #20 on: 07-05-2016, 21:05:08 »
It's EA, never again.
This. The last time I bought an EA game was Command and Conquer - Tiberium wars in 2007. RIP Cnc.
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« Reply #21 on: 08-05-2016, 02:05:31 »
Dice got the problem that many players who bought recent BF titles are having negative expectations about BF 1. Thus they have to offer something modern like the music and the steampunk design.

Actually I believe this will be a good title, though featuring only 64 players at maximum. It looks like they're going back to the roots of BF 1942. The arcade flight model of the engine suits best for WWI clown planes with low speed and high maneuverability. The shell trajectory of WWI will suit the engine best, forming large bows at short total distance. And if they're making naval battles with carrier based flight action, the immersion could be huge. This will be a bummer, because it will simply feel 'well composed' once you started playing. Could be the most underestimated game announced in 2016.

I usually imagine my own sounds with it, like `tjunk, tupdieyupdiedee` aaa enemy spotted, ratatatataboom

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Re: Battlefield "1"
« Reply #22 on: 08-05-2016, 08:05:46 »
Those who skipped BF4 and Hardline knows what BF has become: DLCs, unlockables with pay option, season pass, and ridiculous mods.

I mean BF3 was briliant and perfectly fine. BF4 is excessive and dumbed down significantly. The Economist were right, the economy did indeed expanded, people are getting wealthier, tasteless people now can afford to play this game.

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Re: Battlefield "1"
« Reply #23 on: 08-05-2016, 12:05:49 »
The problem i had with BF3 was that my eyes would hurt after a few minutes playing due to the colors and effects.

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« Reply #24 on: 08-05-2016, 12:05:26 »
The problem i had with BF3 was that my eyes would hurt after a few minutes playing due to the colors and effects.
I liked that about BF3. Everything looked more like real life and none of this dark and gloomy shit we tend to see in many games.

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« Reply #25 on: 08-05-2016, 13:05:39 »
I think he means all the colorfilters (EVERYTHING IZ BLUEEEEEEE), the blurring, and, my personal favuorite the always-blinding sun. Other than that the game really looked (or rather still does look) brilliant.
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« Reply #26 on: 08-05-2016, 16:05:12 »
Then again, Battlefield became a Yearly game, one per year. That sucks, a Battlefield replaces another Battlefield..., like a PES or a FIFA game, but that is a bit more understandable, a bit.

Well, Battlefield became Call of Duty, and speaking about the last CoD....




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« Reply #27 on: 08-05-2016, 17:05:22 »
Not to mention BF4 was rushed because COD came with Modern warfare 3
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Re: Battlefield "1"
« Reply #28 on: 08-05-2016, 22:05:31 »
I think he means all the colorfilters (EVERYTHING IZ BLUEEEEEEE), the blurring, and, my personal favuorite the always-blinding sun. Other than that the game really looked (or rather still does look) brilliant.

This. Since i do not wear glasses i hate that there had to be dust ALWAYS on the googles and LENS FLARE was everywhere.

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Re: Battlefield "1"
« Reply #29 on: 09-05-2016, 16:05:45 »


10/10, would have been the plot twist of the century.


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