- Nov 21, 2012
The main problem with the Liu (for me)is that it competes mostly against the 1906, but the benefits (+1 bullet, no toggle lock animation) are just not really worth it when you can literally magdump out to 90-100 meters with the 1906 and you can't really do that with the Liu (or at least not as reliably).
Don't think anything will replace the Model 8 for me though.
By the way, really enjoying the Remington 1900. video link (on Twitter, sorry)
Toggle lock animation is the greatest thing though.
That's a Pedersen rifle, but same deal
Nah, players move extremely fast in BF1. BF4 had maps like Silk Road and Golmund Railway that felt massive because you moved really slowly as infantry to get to the action, needing vehicles to get anywhere...but those maps are dwarfed by BF1 maps.
This is from Reddit:
Maps are bigger in BF1, even DICE said so. But to compensate and get rid of the "dead time" of walking across objectives in past BF's (a common complaint of newcomers from games like CoD), they made everyone move as fast as cars.
This is cheesing it a bit since Sinai is only that much bigger because of E, which most people don't run to.