Operations in Battlefield 1 offers the most competitive outing yet for the shooter and there may be a few things you didn't know about the mode.
Good to know. Operations is my go-to-mode. Absolutly brilliant!
I prefer conquest but operations is my go to mode when I have hrs to spare.
I have yet to find a operations game on the PS4. I have went to all of them, i have even selected 40 and 64 player modes and nothing. Close as i get is a handful of guys waiting in a lobby then everyone starts leaving after a few minutes.
i only have that issue when using the server browser. theyre always dead but everything else works.
When you start the game, why do you have to make me start my PS4 just to look, all I mean is clicking operations and going into a match instead of using server browser like i do with conquest, I haven't had any problems with either.
Most operations you join will still be filling in a room via Quickmatch. If youw ant to play operations use the quick use th Operations box to do so.
@dp277407 Operations does not have a quick match option... akurtz Operations doesn't have a server browser... @Prince-Ali You can call it what you will. Im ranked 59 myself and dont have any problems finding a game in other gametype other then Operations.
You get a trophy for your first win.
That it's the best thing since sliced bread? I knew already!
This helped me, I now have a new game mode to play other than TDM
Always find Operations a bit unbalanced. If the attackers take, for example, 3 or 4 of the 6 zones in their first attack they are clearly doing well enough to not require the behemoth but they still get it and its a guarenteed win most of the time. Other than that, it is almost a perfect Battlefield game in my opinion, I am utterly hooked!
Wait, you think operations is unbalanced towards the attackers?
It could be said in that case the defenders didn't take full advantage of the behemoth themselves.
Didn't know 3 out of the 5. Thanks author, I actually gained something for a change!
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