OP says he's angry at the welfare system and that it's more like CoD. The very fact that there is a welfare system makes it the most un-CoD like game possible.
Bye OP. I'm still enjoying the MP more than any other out there at the moment. I play for the sake of playing, not winning, I take each loss on the chin, have a swig of beer then onto the next round. Once you don't take any notice of the meta game it is so much easier to enjoy yourself as there's no pressure to win time after time. Got my trophies so don't need to fret over that anymore. No point going after the skull mask now as there's much better ones given away for nothing with the season pass. My fav's the Derby mask.
TloU Factions is a great Multiplayer experience alone of the fact that you don't need to be a rambo who rushes the sh!t out and goes 139 to 9. You can be a Teamplayer. I like to play Interrogation. I try to be stealthy and look for a shiv interrogation. If I down an enemy and there's a downed Teammate, I revive my Teammate. He interrogates the enemy and I heal him and looking after more enemies.
I AM THE....
"You mean the hardest weapon in the game to master and get good with and actually requires skill DOESN'T need a nerf?!?
Get outa here." -dh0rmazine
If a person is truly skilled at the game (which I am not), why not embrace heightened competition? Is it about k/d/r? What am I missing here?
I don't understand all the gripes about the welfare system. Do people want to get together with their friends and just steamroll the opposition? When they aren't with their friends, do they enjoy getting steamrolled by an opposing team of friends?
That's why we have the party restricted playlist.