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Posted 27 days ago

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Why would you buy COD when Battlefield is out?


Sounds strange, but I think Battlefield 1 is too "realistic" for me. CoD has always been more like a military-style "arcade" FPS game to me. While Battlefield has been a bit more "true to life" (to a degree). I've bought the legacy edition of IW, mostly because it has PS4 Pro support (bumping up my PS4 library to make sure I utilize as much of PS4 Pro's processor as I can).
Posted 27 days ago

MrAnimeSK wrote:

Why would you buy COD when Battlefield is out?


Different tastes...?
I'm not buying it but a couple of my friends have and I'm wondering what other users opinion is on it
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Posted 27 days ago , edited 27 days ago

Velvet_Crowe wrote:


MrAnimeSK wrote:

Why would you buy COD when Battlefield is out?


Different tastes...?
I'm not buying it but a couple of my friends have and I'm wondering what other users opinion is on it


Yeah, i couldn't resist hey.


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MrAnimeSK wrote:

Why would you buy COD when Battlefield is out?


Sounds strange, but I think Battlefield 1 is too "realistic" for me. CoD has always been more like a military-style "arcade" FPS game to me. While Battlefield has been a bit more "true to life" (to a degree). I've bought the legacy edition of IW, mostly because it has PS4 Pro support (bumping up my PS4 library to make sure I utilize as much of PS4 Pro's processor as I can).


Yeah Batlefield is indeed alot more realistic. Appart from being able to revive people lol. And yup, i get the impression that people who play COD or more casual gamers and just like a game that is fast and action packed. A game where you can just jump on and have a quick bash.
A game where you dont have to worry about team work.
I guess the kill signs/streak thingies are appealing also.
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Posted 27 days ago

MrAnimeSK wrote:
Yeah Batlefield is indeed alot more realistic. Appart from being able to revive people lol. And yup, i get the impression that people who play COD or more casual gamers and just like a game that is fast and action packed. A game where you can just jump on and have a quick bash.
A game where you dont have to worry about team work.
I guess the kill signs/streak thingies are appealing also.


Yeah, the thing about "Battlefield 1" for me is that it gives me a more realistic interpretation of war. Which, to the credit to the developers, is a good thing for all intents and purpose - just not my thing. Considering the main FPS game that I've enjoyed the most (to date) has been Overwatch, I would have to say that you're a bit correct in the whole "fast and action packed" preference. CoD can require some teamwork, but it isn't necessary (again, similar to Overwatch). I can jump into the game, solo, and still do what needs to be done (mostly). The experience is enhanced with teamwork to an extent but it isn't a mandatory aspect (unlike the Battlefield series, where teamwork is nearly mandatory to get objectives done correctly).
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Posted 27 days ago

ninjitsuko wrote:


MrAnimeSK wrote:
Yeah Batlefield is indeed alot more realistic. Appart from being able to revive people lol. And yup, i get the impression that people who play COD or more casual gamers and just like a game that is fast and action packed. A game where you can just jump on and have a quick bash.
A game where you dont have to worry about team work.
I guess the kill signs/streak thingies are appealing also.


Yeah, the thing about "Battlefield 1" for me is that it gives me a more realistic interpretation of war. Which, to the credit to the developers, is a good thing for all intents and purpose - just not my thing. Considering the main FPS game that I've enjoyed the most (to date) has been Overwatch, I would have to say that you're a bit correct in the whole "fast and action packed" preference. CoD can require some teamwork, but it isn't necessary (again, similar to Overwatch). I can jump into the game, solo, and still do what needs to be done (mostly). The experience is enhanced with teamwork to an extent but it isn't a mandatory aspect (unlike the Battlefield series, where teamwork is nearly mandatory to get objectives done correctly).


Yup no doubt, team work in Battlefield is extremely important (well unless you just play TDM and stuff like that or you just like to fly planes and drive a light tank or snipe all of the time, i mean they still help the team but you can solo with stuff like that) and it is MUCH more fun playing with a squad full of people that you know.
But i guess COD and over watch would still be more fun playing with mates even though you dont have squads. There's still the laughs and banter and competitiveness and all of that.
But yeah battlefield is really about team work. Even though half the players play like COD and care more about their KDR rather than actually doing objectives and winning.
We are all guilty of it to an extent but some literally only care about KDR.
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So far IW has been...decent. Many issues with lag and things not being where they should that are extremely irritating but it is slowly getting patched up and stuff. It should have been ready to go right from the start since it isn't like it is their first COD game but whatever. Me and my brother have been playing a bit and we have definitely been entertained. Definitely got a laugh encountering an FTL class for the first time and having my brother and another guy standing next to me and then seeing one and then the other disappear into a cloud of black smoke without knowing what was happening.
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