Splitgate taught this year’s triple-A shooters a valuable lesson

Call of Duty Vanguard, despite its attempts at innovation, still feels like a typical Call of Duty game. Battlefield 2042, despite its gripping marketing, is a half-baked cake with some vital ingredients missing. Halo Infinite, despite its amazing multiplayer gameplay, had a dodgy progression system at launch that stole the headlines.

In a year where some of the biggest names in the first-person shooter genre failed to hit the sweet spot by over-promising or simply dropping the ball on certain aspects, one shooter subverted all of this and showed that nailing the basics can result in a great game. That game is Splitgate.

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Sharingan_no_Kakashi272d ago

I still play this from time to time.

KillBill271d ago

Does splitgate even have a progression system?

annoyedgamer271d ago

The guy who wrote this doesn't really understand what we are facing here. The major corporations don't care about the other features. It's all about the MTX now.

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