The title update is a great step in the right direction, but The BR and Carbine need a buff to match the DMR more effectively, the spawn system needs to be changed to allow for more tactical play and the frequency of Exile and Valhalla needs to be lessened in BTB.
Nope the DMR is balanced.
Hahaha. No, the BR doesn’t need a buff, it’s balanced as it is. Though I wish it was gone.
The DMR is fine, could lose eency bit of fire rate, but it works.
> Hahaha. No, the BR doesn’t need a buff, it’s balanced as it is. Though I wish it was gone.
> The DMR is fine, could lose eency bit of fire rate, but it works.
Personally I prefer the DMR to the Battle rifle by far, but I understand that people like the BR and I don’t want it gone, If it receives a buff to at least get close to matching the DMR then the game will have just that much more variety, because as it stands using the BR feels like a severe handicap after using the DMR.
I don’t want the DMR nerfed either.
I remember one of my favorite weapons from the Reach Beta was the plasma repeater (The only automatic weapon I’ve ever really liked). The thing took incredible skill to use. It was all about knowing when to cool it off and when to just keep shooting. The thing made for some incredible firefights and then they nerfed it and it was forgotten about.
I don’t believe in nerfing.
They need to fix it to where killing vehicles from beyond the grave still counts towards your vehicle destruction commendations because they currently do not. This of course is only important for those trying to max out commendations like me, but still its annoying, especially when attempting to kill Scorpions or Mongeese.
The DMR matches the performance envelop of the Reach DMR, while the BR has been altered from the H3 BR. If you’re wanting a complete breakdown on the two weapons, I covered it in my constructive critique, its in the weaponry section, 6C & 6D relate to the DMR & BR. As for the Carbine (6G), it is the weakest of the DMR/LR/CC, but that is because the CC matches the performance envelop of the H3 CC.