it seems as though the bots have too much of a hive mind rather then each bot having to figure out information on where we are it seems like. a bot 200 feet away will have as much information as a bot 5 feet away it seems like (in relation to where im positioned and where im moving too).
And this tends to get me lasered through a wall by a truck way down the street.
while having to defend objectives in local play. I've noticed my teammate bots going to hunt down enemy bots rather then actually defending the point. I've even seen them just plain walking away.
I did this through steam (joined a friends match co-op) and its just sitting at the waiting for leader with 0:00 on the clock in the main screen and its was obvious that they were in the match playing. Basically glitched and stayed at the screen and couldn't cancel out either.
Also when Suicide Bombers are at spawn and kill everyone who respawns before moving 10 feet. Gets kinda old.
I think the there should be 2 different counts for team killing. 3 kill for small arms and 5 kill for when calling in Airstrikes.
I say this because there has been a few matches when I call in airstrikes and i REPEATEDLY (through both mic and text) tell my teammates that they are inbound and get inside/get out of area just overall Lookout, but yet there is always one or two guys who don't listen and get killed. I can't control other people and it will make the commanders position useless if your just going to get kicked for team killing when you did your best for warning them.
There has been 2 matches where I've gotten kicked by this. The second one we had 20~ seconds left on the last objective defense.
Same thing happend to me.
completed a couple games of co-op, played as commander and actually played my role (calling in drones and mortors). So I personally never captured a point and at the end of the round I got 0 exp. even though i killed plenty and took out a technical with mortors.
Is there no exp gain for actually playing your role? Is the only way of gaining exp by personally capturing a point?