Dear first-person shooter fans
So far, I've heard the following complaints of Battlefield 2042 and Call of Duty: Vanguard from last year is:
- Rushed in terms of development as DICE attempted to get it done prior to its scheduled release date so it resulted to have so many bugs.
- The graphics weren't as good as one of its previous installments in the franchise.
- A lot of features were missing including a single-player campaign mode, scoreboard, etc.
- Bad physics.
- Falsely bans users for using RGB software on the PC version.
Call of Duty: Vanguard
- Inaccurate recreation of the true story of World War II.
- Lacking the proper detailing of destruction on objects and the environment.
- Boring single-player campaign mode.
Also not to mention that Call of Duty has been releasing every single installment per year, remaining as the same genre and sub-genre but may have a different story/in-game setting.
Here is what I think, Battlefield 2042 needed to have more time in development plus the PC version of whichever installment of Battlefield always needed an anti-cheat system at all times (To prevent hackers from ruining everyone's enjoyment) while Call of Duty needs to stop releasing annually so the gameplay and features can get improved by their respective developers.