Screen Rant writes an op-ed: "What should be the best shooter is missing so much."
"Netcode issues with shots registering. There are too frequently instances of players being shot despite running behind cover, or shooting someone close range for shots not to register at all." Yep I also hate having to wait forever to bleed out, since no one help in that game and no one revives you.
You can speed up the rate you bleed out if no one is near.
I do, and it's still too slow. Since you still need to wait after and pick your spawn point
Play cod, it's loads better this year
There should be a law that makes it impossible to release games that are far from finished. It's a fucking scam.
The only issue with that is define "Finished" it kind of varies game to game. I agree that only finished games should release, but the wording of the law needs to be very careful.
1. Netcode 2. The assignment/ tide of war tracking..people missing out on unlocks.Since week 2
I bet they knew about the issues and used politics to change the subject.
As long as people keep buying unfinished games, devs have no reason to change
Im sure im the odd one out on n4g, but I am enjoying it (even with the bugs listed)
Judging by these glitches I'd have to say Battlefield 5 sounds like it was developed by Bethesda!!!
two biggest things i hate: 1. Netcode is atrocious, especially on console where its limited to 30hz servers on ALL GAMEMODES as opposed to BF1 which not only had far far better 30hz servers it had 60hz servers on smaller game modes which felt like an absolute dream. 2. The enemy visibility is just atrocious... i play on PC and Xbox one X and its just freaking impossible to spot people a large majority of the time which leads to no one moving around the map and tons of just proned high mag scope users waiting for someone to run toward an obj or common area of the map which makes the game a very unenjoyable slog to play more often than not :(
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