Which one will reign supreme when Star Wars Battlefront releases in November 17th? And how are they so different. Let's discuss!
Yup 3rd person unless sniping.
Snipers have scopes so it will zoom in like if you be playing 1st person.But 3rd person is the way to go just to see all the action going on all around you.
Both is better, and they included them both because depending on the situation one is maybe a bit more favorable than the other. Also now everyone is happy...no complains about view.
Wow... Those graphics! *.*
I'm so excited for this game. First person tie fighter squadron dogfighting with friends, you're all I need.
3rd Person all day every day
I really fucking dislike the over the shoulder view... But at least 3rd person is still available so I can't complain too much.
http://i.imgur.com/Y2Jtf56.... The over the shoulder view is a huge limitation in comparison to having the normal view and needs to be an option vs mandatory to use. Currently from what we have seen, the new Battlefront uses over the shoulder. Which I dislike. https://gyazo.com/23e478d12... Thankfully it's not as terrible as per say gears of war. But it's still there. Rather redundant to be over the shoulder when 1st person is available to be used at anytime.
GOTTA GO FAST!!
I just wanna play the game!!!!!!!!!!
Third Person all the way, I hate the first person view.
It's star wars , i wanna see my character in glorious 3rd person , even if there were great fps (the Jedi Knight saga)
Third person all day. DICE really screwed up not having ADS. Every modern shooter has had ADS maybe since COD 4. We've been conditioned to use that mechanic for years in our games and now they're taking it out just to keep that "Battlefront feeling". Nostalgia can be powerful but in this case, it's not.
I don't think that fits on his definition of "modern"
Not every game needs that, and certainly not the older BF games
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