I've been having a ton of fun in Battlefront 2015, and I feel like it's severely underrated. With all the DLC, there is so much content to boot that it can entertain you for countless hours. Whereas in other multiplayer FPS this late in its lifecycle every game mode is dead except team deathmatch, Battlefront's variant of TDM (blast) is one of the least-played modes even though the game is 3 years old with a sequel coming in a few months. This game has so many creative game modes, especially the multi-tiered ones like Battle Station and Infiltration, but I really like things like Walker Assault and Supremacy with massive battles. Droid Run is also a fun, quick game mode.
Additionally, this game has some of the best-designed maps I've ever seen, both functionally and visually. I rarely pay attention to graphics in video games, but Battlefront struck me as beautiful. Some standout maps include the Death Star, the Judland Wastes, all of Endor, Cloud City, however the absolute best are the Scarif maps. I admit that my first few games on Scarif maps were spent feeding the enemy, because instead of playing towards objectives, I just wanted to explore the beautiful scenery.
I'm the first to admit that I'm terrible at FPS. My K/D ratio is 0.5 and I have almost as many losses as wins (though this also depends on your team) and I very rarely hit the upper half of the leaderboards. Nonetheless, I've been getting into shape over time and have more and more good matches which feel fantastic, but the game is fun even when I suck at it.
If anyone here plays and wants to team up sometime, hit me up on Origin: Pohaturon.
Edited by Pohaturon, Jul 17 2017 - 03:22 PM.
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