Currently Being ModeratedJun 9, 2012 10:48 AM (in response to IcantPostOnMyAccount)Re: The future Of Call Of Duty
Nope I want akimbo M60's with rapid fire. As far as the real question goes the only thing I know after MW3 is I will not be around to see what the future of COD holds.
Dude it is the internet you could do a whole lot better than size 9?
Currently Being ModeratedJun 9, 2012 12:50 PM (in response to opb81)Re: The future Of Call Of Duty
I wouldn't mind having more attachments that don't conflict, at the very least in non-competitive modes like private matches or survival mode.
- assault rifle with a silencer, RDS, and extended mags, masterkey
- LMG with RF, RDS, Silencer, ext mags
Currently Being ModeratedJun 9, 2012 10:56 AM (in response to IcantPostOnMyAccount)Re: The future Of Call Of Duty
Dedicated servers on all platforms
More quality and less stupidity I.E:no crutchs,no OP weapons
No perks or alot less/no Pro version
New game modes,maybe a mode like on crysis where you all start with a subpar gun and every time you get a kill you get points to buy a new better gun and attachments while still in the action
Mute all button
More learning curve
More weapons,lots more
Wait for MoH
Currently Being ModeratedJun 9, 2012 12:52 PM (in response to IcantPostOnMyAccount)Re: The future Of Call Of Duty
I posted this in another thread:
What I'd like to see from a next-gen game:
- Giant maps with fully destructible environments (better than Battlefield did it; I was always dissatisfied with their destruction).
- AI smart enough to play all the different game modes that are in current CoD games.
- Sandbox mode for everything (similar to how you can customize the rules for a private match, but for zombie mode, survival mode, the campaign, anything else you can think of).
Currently Being ModeratedJun 9, 2012 8:52 PM (in response to IcantPostOnMyAccount)Re: The future Of Call Of Duty
Sorry cant have lots of more weapons the game is limited to the ammount of resources the console has. Everything is loaded in to memory when the match starts. So there is a limit to how much can be in the game at one point in time.
How about a Quad RPG it fires four at one time?! Or a tripple RPG like Unreal Tournament had?
Dedicated servers, highly unlikely to happen until the nex gen consoles come out. Bigger maps would make for slower game play, some would not like. Building destruction is not really needed in this game set.
Basically you described BF, so go play that instead. Each game will remain different and not just be clones of each other. No need for CoD to be like BF, or BF to be like CoD.
No need for a higher learn curve, for then the game would not be as fun for new players and sales would drop. No need for an elitist curve such as that, where there is a large player skill gap in the game just so some players can feel good about beating newer players.
Currently Being ModeratedJun 10, 2012 6:16 AM (in response to trialstardragon)Re: The future Of Call Of Duty
sorry but we can have lots more weapons,as the next cod will more than likely be on the next Gen consoles,which are in the future.( DERP)
Dedicated servers being highly unlikely has nothing to do with technology its to do with Activisions wallet.
Bigger maps as in MW1/MW2 sized not these MW3 shoe boxes,i never mentioned Mega BF3 sized maps.
Destrutction could just be like being able to chip away cover,walls ect,not full buildings.
I've played all BF games and all COD games,i never said they should clone each other.....
Both BF and COD games stole ideas from other games thats how games evolve,DERP.
Its not my fault if you're a retard and can't handle a bit of a learning curve and need laser recoiless guns,DerpMans Hand,DERPFMG9's,HIPHop support streaks,it wasn't so bad in COD1,2,3,4 so why start now?
Human's need learning curves,its what makes us better our selfs,if we didn't we would still be clubbing our dinner over the head and dragging it in to a cave.
You came in this thread and fabricated assumptions and for that anything else you say is null and void.
Currently Being ModeratedJun 10, 2012 7:37 PM (in response to IcantPostOnMyAccount)Re: The future Of Call Of Duty
Actually no it still can not have lots of more weapons, there is a limit to how many the game can cupport; plus there is no need for lots more weapons. There does not need to be hundreds or thousands of weapons to choose from ever in this game series. Even with the fact it will be on the next gen console there will still be limitations to what the came can have.
There is more that play this game then that play BF on average, so that is one of main reasons for there not being dedicate servers on the consoles it is just not profitable and until it would be profitable there is no reason for them to do so. They are after all out for money and not just to make players like you happy about every thing.
Big maps make for slower games, people complained about slow games, so the maps were made smaller to compensate for this. See how well listeing to the consumers worked out...
Chipping away cover would not be of much use and would take up a tremendous amount of data to store that sort of animation and information that the consoles of even the next gen would not be able to handle it. The realism in this game is very limited beacuse of the limitaions of the consoles and even the next gen will not be so much better that they could handle this. Which is why BF does mass destruction and not just chipping away, or making small holes in walls.
Yes games may steal ideas from other games, but that does not mean that each game needs to have similar things from those other games ever. Each game should be as different as can be possible made.
It does not matter on how it was then for then is now the past and this is now. And they cater to the larger audience which is the general public that wants extravagent things and fun game play, not huge skill curves or large player skill gaps like you may wish for.
That is not true we elove not always because we are forced to do so but out of human nature to do so. So no a learning curve or skill gap is not always needed in a game. Plus games with large learning curves rarely sell as well as you may think. Go try EVE online if you want a game with a steep learning curve and large skill gap.
I did not fabricate anything, I simply stated simple facts about how many players are in today's gaming world.
Currently Being ModeratedJun 10, 2012 7:38 PM (in response to risensei)Re: The future Of Call Of Duty
Yep cant wait to see all the complaints on the BO2 forums about the lag and sync issues that will show up. Then everyone there will complain about its just as bad or worse as MW3 and how MW3 is not as bad now.