Originally Posted by Shurr
I so disagree with you there. the open space is great. again this is opinion. if it was that close vehicles would be useless(the ESF would fly across the map is 10seconds, for one) There would be so limited space to do things(think sunderer, you know ones out there..theres so little free room youll know theres only really 1-2 spots for it to be..easy kill)
I cant tell you how many great fights ive gotten into in my lightning or MBT that have been giant vehicle fights. Im rank 33 btw. and i can tell you I would stop playing if they took away all the free space. It 100% changes what PS is supposed to be like. Its not meant to be an all infrantry fight..which it would be with no free space for tanks to move.
my kdr is about 1.8, and just to clarift while my MAG is maxxed out and i have upgraded gun on lightning, I dont use them exclusively. Im almost always capped on air and groud res..my infantry is always empty. since i play engi 90% of time. c4 and prox mines and nades and AT mines are exspensive. About 80% of my kills are as infantry.
Agree completely. I was ranked in the top 50 myself for the first couple months. But I've since fallen off because I just cannot commit the time with work. But I must agree, PS2 is not a COD "spam" fest. If they ever reduced the map size I would leave.
However, I also think they need to add the latis or something like the "cooldown" of the HEX like they had during early CBT. And when I say a cooldown, not a minute or 5. Say 15-20 minutes. Adding some Latis work that would require bases A, C, D to take a larger base would make the fights more meaning full. For example they want the bio dome for a large bonus. However you must hold at all costs..They take Bases A, C, D but base B has held the lines, you know the other team will aggress it in force, so then that base becomes a large battle so the Dome can begin getting assaulted.
They just need to add more reasons to play, more reasons to defend, and add more approaches or tunnels.. A endless Slug fest is fun, but I can see burn out kicking in within the next 2 months if things don't change soon.