It looks like a love letter to the classic series of gameplay found in BF and BF2.
I dislike paying full price for a game that doesn’t have all the aspects one might expect from a triple-A release. However, as most have noticed, BF’s strong suit isn’t campaigns. The good news is, storytelling isn’t exactly the prime talent of Activision, either.
At nearly 50 years old, I no longer really have the reflexes for twitch gameplay, and since the target audience of CoD and BF are shaking their Adderall bottles in anticipation, the game isn’t really for me. I have to make peace with that. This is why I gravitate toward more methodical games like Ghost Recon, although Ubi has managed to find a way to ruin that, too.