I think they should stick to security always showing their face and insurgents never doing it. We need something to distinguish friends from foes.
Anyone actually want these complainers in the game? It is not like they will bring enjoyment to others, so please do refund or not but the game at all. It is hilarious to read their comments though, so let them stay on the forums.
Well, sure. Although I was thinking more of when you don't know there is an enemy on the other side.
@jensiii This what cuckoldry leads you to. Nihilist idiot. Im glad the only people who listen to you are your own kind.
Darwinism takes care of the rest.
Not really, but rather the opposite. It is those who can enjoy a game with micro transactions that are the winners, because we get the game we want for a cheaper price tag than those who only get what they want from a full priced game. The true winners though are those who enjoy free-to-play games without buying a single thing. Actually, the ultimate winners are those who e.g. enjoyed PUBG and sold the clothing boxes for a profit, like me. I didn't rely on luck or optimized my winnings, but I bought the game for 30 euros and sold items for 150 euros.
@boocheus very easy to defend. If it helps funding the game, they can lower the price for your benefit if you buy the game. You act as if you are a victim for not being able to equip all clothes, but in reality you have the privilege to enjoy the game for a discounted price than you would have had you been able to sport all the clothes from the get go.
you really think they will lower the game price? not until the game bombs will that Steam Sale take place, not due to any potential DLC purchases
I am saying that the price is lowered already, if the idea is that micro transactions are there to help fund the game. This is not rocket science really. You do know that there are free to play games, that are funded by purely cosmetic things right? Like Dota 2. Then there are games that have no micro transactions in them, that cost money to buy. And then there are those in-between, that cost some money but also has micro transactions. Since there are free games that rely heavily on micro transactions, it is only logical to conclude that games that rely some on micro transactions will cost less than those who don't rely on micro transactions at all. Obviously pricing differs from game to game, but if you would to compare equal products.
@tooth-decay exactly...imagine an ISIS fighter with mutton chops or some other retarded customization option they have in this game.
The cosmetic customization is horrible. There must be an option to turn it off.
Now they are adding tattoos. Because it is totally "authentic" for rebel fighters in the middle east to have tattoos...-.-
Insurgents always have their face covered though, right? (in the game I mean)
Make those who are not wearing helmets take more damage from grenades, problem solved :).
Yeah i understand you, but as long as you know that the door could kill you : Don´t stand/Crouch/prone there !
The door Kick-breaching has been integrated by the developers as a new feature and i think they will not take it out just because some players don´t like the one-hit-kill of the door.
I doubt that they even will change the door-kill just into a temporary blurred vision effect or something like that.
So, just avoid the area in front of doors
They can remove death by door and keep the cool kick the door in feature.
What is missing from the discussion, from what I have seen, is the situation where two players both go for kicking down the same door. The one who press the key first is the victor, which seem highly undeserved. This is a major issue game theory wise.