MP1st - Having moved into a new phase of testing, DICE developers working closely with Battlefield 4' Community Test Environment are now announcing new plans to improve Battlefield 4′s gunplay and weapon mechanics.
nerf nerf nerfidufffff
Make the gunfights longer? Ugh, I play hardcore to get away from that crap, I hope they don't change it. In normal is it now going to take all of your ammo now to kill someone? This sounds like a huge mistake. Are soldiers now going survive 2 tank rounds to the chest?
i sure hope not, They already can take way to much damage from a tank sabot shell.
I agree, BF4's gun play is so hit and miss as it is already with current 'normal' damage. Sometimes they drop insanely quick, other times they take insane amount of bullets. Hey, sometimes you don't even get hit markers at all and your bullets pass right though people! Altering this now could just make things a whole lot worse, why not just focus on current game issues, then tweak the non broken things later. If anyone fancies a game of BF4 btw, feel free too add :) PS4 UK - II_B0MB3R_II
just fixed the damn bugs, implementing new stuff equals glitchfest.
DICE still testing this game.Piss off back under your bridge u bunch of trolls.Nxt time release your fucking game in a playable condition you amateurs.Tell EA to Piss off when they start pushing for a release now fix later. You really have pissed off a lot of fans and the best you can give back is a shitty appreciation month.
I'll tell you this much -- $60 wasted on my money. I'm not buying dices next game!
7 months later and the game STILL doesn't work right..that should tell those of you who buy this every year something.
this should tell ea, battlefield cannot come out on a yearly base, that engine needs catering from designer like a wedding cake, its not call of duty, they rinse and repeat with cod engine like literally copy paste. the engine of bf is a work of art, treat it like its meant to be.
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