I haven't seen any extreme cosmetics, maybe the hook hand? If that's even a cosmetic in the actual game, so far from BFV videos like ''The Company'' trailer the only cosmetics I've seen are things like facepaint, gas masks, flight helmets etc, it's not Fortnite extreme where you can be the Nutcracker or John Wick. I'd say Black Ops 3 is more extreme with skins like these:Hawki said:Actually, it makes a lot of sense. BF5 not only has a battle royale mode, but the push to have the "extreme!" cosmetics (not just talking about girls, I'm talking about everything does make it seem like it's trying to ride Fortnite's coattails.BabyfartsMcgeezaks said:I'm not on any high horse, friend, I'm just sick of people seeing connections between Fortnite and ''bad decision'' for a game when there's none.
The game has skins that make you look like a gnome and other ridiculous things, and this was before Fortnite.
Yeah sure if you can call ''War stories'' for a single player campaign, sure. They are 4 different campaigns that can be completed in just over 4 HOURSGethsemani said:For comparison, BFV retains its single player campaign and introduces a battle royale mode.
The omission of single player in CoD is not about the total playtime of the campaign though, because CoDs campaigns have been some of the finest spectacles around for years. Not only do they tend to include a bunch of high profile actors (Gary Oldman, Kevin Spacey, Kit Harrington etc.), they also contain some of the best set pieces in FPS gaming. All of it baked into a very sleek package of high production values. Considering that estimates generally put the CoD campaign as taking up most of the development budget, this is a huge cut in content and value for the gamer, because it is being replaced with a cheap to develop battle royale mode. I can get my battle royale in lots of places today, I can't get the spectacle of a CoD campaign anywhere else.
They could've left it out and focus more on the multiplayer for all I care. That's nice, I could do the same back at you. ''Oh I can get my singleplayer in a lot of places but I can't get my CoD BR anywhere'', doesn't make a lot of sense since it's not out yet but hey, since we are assuming. You have no clue what the BR in Call of Duty's gonna be like, no one really knows yet so I don't know how you know it'll be a ''cheap battle royale''. In my opinion, it's promising, it's a triple-A studio made battle royale with its ten years of heritage of Black Ops put together, through weapons, characters, environments, vehicles?land, sea and air.
Also it's funny how Battlefront 2015 was panned for its lack of singleplayer only for Battlefront 2 to be panned for its singleplayer, a single player doesn't make a game automatically better, the amount of great content does, single player or not.