- Sep 26, 2001
if you're looking for a more arcadey pick up-and-play style where you can lone wolf and have fun, there's a series called Battlefield that can be pretty fun and has a large playerbaseSquad is okay, but a lot more tactics based. It isn't something you can jump in and play, you really need coordination. They also insist having odd "realistic" features that are often not realistic at all. It is a niche game but that niche and fan base keeps it active. I can't get into it, I prefer more of a mix like the original Red Orchestra. More realistic than BF but still easy to jump into.
Enlisted. Never heard of it, looks okay but not great. Problem is it is free to play, and free to play games almost always suck. Most people just don't have time for them, as they are either expensive (8-10 times more than a paid game) or require you to dedicate your entire life.
ArmA 3. Not in the same category. This is all based on the mission editor and not consistent quick action that you can just join a server and jump into a few games. Also just very dated in so many ways.
HLL and PS look okay. I wonder how populated they are.
So nothing really that great out there. Certainly not with a populated player base. Squad is certainly nice if you love the extreme amounts of coordination required.