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- Will there be a Monarch Prime? Community Manager: Currently we have no plans for additional Prime Titans.
- MP Designer: Operation Frontier Shield is not our final DLC.
- Why the recent spike in player count? Server Engineer: A cracked version of Titanfall 2 found its way onto the internet, and those users are communicating with our master servers. We hope those players are enjoying their time on the Frontier and will choose to buy the game to play Multiplayer.
- MP Designer here and here: Scorch will be buffed in Frontier Shield.
- Pilot Sword - Yay or Nay? MP Designer: Nay
- MP Designer: The G2 will be nerfed in Frontier Shield.
- MP Designer: There are SMG nerfs as well
- MP Designer here and here: You can gain Pilot, Weapon, and Titan XP in Frontier Defense. Your Titan will also gain Aegis Ranks in FD.
- MP Designer: Every Titan has an FD specific track that unlocks the Aegis upgrades (and a few Advocate Gifts and Banners) along the way. The upgrades are balanced toward defense, offense, and utility. You need to have at least one Titan at a certain FD rank in order to matchmake into the upper level difficulties. Aegis XP is earned in FD for progression (defeating waves, or beating most of a wave) and, to a lesser extent, skill and challenge. In addition to a bonus for playing on higher difficulty levels, there's a bonus for winning with all unique Titans, and bonuses for not using any retries. If you happen to own one of the FD skins (and have it equipped) you and your teammates will all receive a bit of extra XP as well.
- MP Designer: If you are in a full party you can queue for higher difficulties even without meeting the requirements.
- Why so few maps? MP Designer: The addition of difficulty levels makes developing and tuning maps take longer, though we feel the added gameplay and challenge are worth it
- MP Designer: Frontier Defense has map alterations for balance reasons, such as one path under the Black Water Canal bridge being blocked. This is similar to the addition of crates under the silos on Exoplanet in LTS modes.
- Will Ronin's melee push back Nuclear Titans like the big punch perk in TF1? MP Designer: Short answer, no. Pushback vs. Nuke Titans would certainly be great utility for that specific situation, but generally Ronin wants to be close to his targets for repeated melee hits. Pushing all targets away could be frustrating, and having one-off special behavior for just Nuke Titans would be strangely inconsistant.
- MP Designer: No Prowlers in Frontier Defense, but there are definitely a few new additions.
- Will there be more than 5 waves in TF2's Frontier Defense? Community Manager: Currently no plans. The maps are tuned to support 5 waves. However we do have multiple difficulties so you'll have some extra challenges.
- Have you reconsidered First Person Titan Embarking? MP Designer: We did further discuss, and even prototyped it shortly after launch. The amount of work required to fully implement the feature (multiple entry animations and high fidelity cockpits for all of the MP titans) was out of scope for the resources we have available.
- How does Phase Shift work and why are aimbots able to track you in phase Shift? Producer: Unlike a certain SP mission, Phase Shift does not alter your player's position in the world. To fully peek behind the curtain your player model is hidden from others' view and your view gets a super rad post-processing applied.
- How does the melee lunge mechanic work? MP Designer: I believe your current speed affects the range of the lunge. One of our goals in TF2 was to make melee feel more satisfying and visceral, and lunge of part of that. That said, we have made adjustments in [Frontier Shield], and look forward to hearing player feedback.
- Any plans to change the Smart Pistol in Multiplayer? MP Designer: No plans to change the Smart Pistol at this time.
- Who came up with class based Titans? MP Designer: Like many of the large decisions on a major project, it's a collaboration, but the primary drivers for class based Titans were Carlos Pineda, Mackey McCandlish, and Steven DeRose. A big part of this decision was to improve readability and add personality and character, so it's great to hear that those goals are carrying through for our players.
- Editor's Note: This Respawn GDC talk goes into great detail about the Titan design in Titanfall 2
- Any new achievements on XBone? Producer: If you'll notice, there aren't any achievements for in-game MP activities in Titanfall 2. We feel as though achievements often have the ability to warp a players' playstyle, sometimes to the detriment of their team and/or their enjoyment of the game. It is unlikely you'll see any additional achievements in MP.
- What happened to Suppressors for Primary Weapons and could they make a return? MP Designer: The removal of precise player positions from the minimap reduced their gameplay impact to the point that we decided not to include them. There are currently no plans to bring them back.
- Why can't we attach specific Optics to certain weapons? MP Designer: We want certain weapons (or classes of weapons) to have things that are their own. When weapons have different capabilities it allows players to chose between them based on more than just numeric stats.
- Any updates on the adjusted Aim-Assist test mode? MP Designer: The current plan is to roll out initial changes in with [Frontier Shield]. We were able to add some extra code to the patch that provides us with more flexibility with what we change change, and how frequently.
- Please remove controllers from PC. MP Designer: While we won't be removing aim-assist entirely from PC, you can expect some major adjustments in Operation Frontier Shield.
- Will you ever add customizeable AI voices for our titans like Titanfall 1? MP Designer: It's something we'd love to do, but the ongoing voice actor strike makes it much more difficulty.
- Will the Titan Aegis Rank upgrades come to Multiplayer? MP Designer: Featured Mode playlist.
- Will this also come to private matches? MP Designer: No promises, but I'd like to add it as an option to any mode in private match
- Will you fix Ronin and Tone Prime nose arts? MP Designer: I believe a few more of the prime nose arts were improved in [Frontier Shield]. It's hard to explain, but the nose art textures aren't simply projected onto the Titans; many of them are hand-painted to match the specific UV set of the Titan to maintain proper texel density and reduce stretching. The prime Titans often have different UVs meaning there potentially quite a bit of extra time and effort to get a good fit.
- Will Private Lobby Text Chat make it into this patch? MP Designer: Yes, it will be Operation Frontier Shield.
- Please make non-SMG classes more desirable on PC. MP Designer: We have weapon balance changes coming in Operation Frontier Shield, many of which came out of the High TTK feedback. Stay tuned for patch notes.
- What would a competitive rank system look like in TF3? Server Engineer: I think a competitive system would look more like its own playlist.
- What's the future of networks? Lead Server Engineer: Tell me what you'd like to see for Networks 2.0. Given that we have 2000-person realtime voicechat, Inbox, fast parties/invites, multiple levels of ownership, search filters, public/private, etc... How could we build on that to make something really amazing in the future?
- Server Engineer: Clients send commands to servers at 60Hz. Servers tick / simulate the world and client commands at 60Hz. Servers update clients with simulation results at 20Hz.
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- What is "tick rate"? Server Engineer: I think the simplest way to think of tick rate is as the server's frames per second. Like you, the client, the server has to "draw" the world based on inputs. Titanfall servers update and "draw" the world at 60Hz -- ticks [per second]. Think for every AI entity, move every client entity (pilots, titans, weapons, pieces of each [eg. flaps with collision on a titan]), trace for threats (eg. gun fire), etc, at 60Hz / FPS / ticks/s.
- How does the melee lunge work? Software Engineer: The lunge range in TF2 is actually shorter than TF1's (search cone angle is smaller in TF2 too). The lunge is faster though. The lunge in TF1 was that ~1 second wind-up kick animation. In TF2, all the various melee animation take 0.2 seconds to hit. So lunges are shorter and faster in TF2.
There is also an extra recovery-from-melee penalty for missed melee hits (this is new for TF2 only).
The lunge range does scale with speed. But only in the direction of movement. So you don't get extra range aiming backwards, while stimming forward (hope that makes sense). You only get extra range in your direction of movement. You only start getting extra range at really fast speeds too... like a little faster than wallrun speed. The maximum extra range is two times the base lunge range.
- Why do modern devs prefer the matchmaking server model instead of server browsers? Producer: Matchmaking has been a continual rough transition for multiplayer games. Having been around since the beginning (sorry Dad for the giant phone bill playing H2H Doom...) I can easily see both sides of the equation. Developers want to provide a consistent, curated, experience for players while some players very much want complete control over their experience. Finding the right balance can be difficult. The reality is, most players don't actually want to go through the effort of trying to decide and find a "good match" and matchmaking is a really good solution to being able to plop in front of a screen and shoot some people on the internet with the minimal amount of fuss.
Going further - here at Respawn we strongly believe in providing a product that works completely and as advertised without the need to rely on users to provide the infrastructure to play on.
- Have you considered implementing a private match browser? Server Engineer: Yes.
- Does matchmaking occasionally put people in other regions to fill servers? Server Engineer: Matchmaking will occasionally try to do this -- migrate players to a [data center] with comparable ping for one match. It's a tough line to toe, as it's hard to get a player's temperature for a "worse" ping, and it can also have an impact on the experience of the other players in the match. It's something we're constantly reevaluating, even still for Titanfall 1.
- Does the game have any sort of team balancing? Producer: Yes. Mid-match rebalancing of teams, no.
When searching for a match the matchmaker is trying it's best to find near-skilled players for teammates and opponents. The search radius does increase after a period of time so that you aren't left waiting for too long. Changes to these systems are constant and ongoing. We strive for quick matchmaking that tries to be as fair as possible - but ultimately ping is the biggest deciding factor. If we found the perfect skill match halfway across the globe it wouldn't be a good game.
- Better skill based matchmaking? MP Designer: We are currently working on improvements to matchmaking.
- What do you focus on first when designing MP Maps? MP Level Designer: Generally focus on Titan lanes first because they are the biggest characters to consider. From there I focus on Pilots and their routes. We like to create "frontlines" - interesting spaces where Pilots and Titans converge and interact in fun ways, usually following the theme of whatever environment that we're building.
For Titanfall 2, we designed the maps with multiple game modes in mind and we've learned from that. For future development, we're exploring creating maps designed with specific game modes in mind.
- How does map weighting work? Server Engineer: Most gamemodes, including Attrition, have a generic map pool that includes an equal weighting of all maps. In Attrition, Glitch is just as likely to come up as every other map. There are some modes that weight some maps more heavily (eg. Glitch in CTF, as it favors pilot mobility) and other modes where a map is excluded from a mode (eg. Glitch in Titan Brawl, as there is not a lot of spawn locations to keep LoS).
- Map voting? Server Engineer: We've considered map voting many times. It's a tough sell when you look at the impact it will have on splitting the online population. A lot of work has been put into alleviating these splits (eg. mixtape matchmaking), and we don't want to take steps back, in that regard.
That said, we have other ideas for giving the much needed "24/7 de_dust" grind we all grew up on.
- Server Engineer: Glitch is equally weighted in most modes and even heavily weighted in others (eg. CTF).
- What do you guys think about dynamic elements in maps? Producer: I really enjoyed the "trap" in [TF1's Export map]. Generally, though, stuff like that tends to wear out it's welcome in an MP game. Still, where it makes sense and improves the game I think we're always up for it.
- What was the biggest obstacle in designing the Titanfall 2 campaign? Game Director: One huge obstacle was letting go of the effort to make SP play by MP rules and conventions 1-to-1. How to handle a Titan and Pilot gracefully throughout a whole campaign without getting repetitive or predictable. E.g. Titan earn-meter, calling in a Titanfall all the time...things that are normal to do all the time in MP don't conveniently play nice with the designer control needed to tightly craft cinematic SP experiences. Big breakthrough was finding the right rhythm and rules that still felt true in spirit to Titanfall, but were practical for designing the campaign levels.
- Was the whole campaign going to follow the hub and spoke level design you discussed during 'Respawn plays'? Producer: The whole game was going to be very Metroidvania in its structure. Start as a grunt, get the "boots of wallrunning" or whatever clever people ended up naming it, which then allowed you to progress to a new area where you'd get a jumpkit that would then allow you to continue. We had paper designed a number of these "lock and key" systems that would be discovered/unlocked across multiple planets. Ultimately we realized we were attempting too many new things and they weren't coming together into a package that felt compelling enough. It was after this that we started the Action Block phase of development which heavily directed the end result of Titanfall 2's SP campaign. You can see some of the vestiges of the hub and spoke design in Effect and Cause and The Beacon - going back and forth between levels with new abilities.
- Have speedruns changed how you look at level design, and will you design them differently in the future due to them? Server Engineer: Yup, a lot of us are blown away by speedrunners and how they've dissected Titanfall 2. We learn a lot from these runners and other streamers exploring SP for the first time.
Many of the SP designers are super excited to see their levels broken in unintentional ways. They certainly have it in the back of their minds to design levels and encounters with speedrunning in mind. The same could be said for potential features to assist that community.
- Favorite speedrun trick? Server Engineer: Beacon's moon boots / fastball / grav nade sections are certainly a favorite. Otherwise, it's always impressive traversals through very tight tunnels without getting hung up on a pipe or similar. The Cole split is pretty great too.
- Anything cool that didn't make it into the final game? Producer: During development of Titanfall 2 SP a designer prototyped a training level dubbed "The Endless Runner". We were grappling with the problem of teaching players how to get really good at wallrunning and double jumping - because from our experience it is very unnatural for most players when they start.
The Endless Runner was an inventive level that would spawn sections of a wallrunning "track" in front of you and would keep score of how well you were moving as a Pilot. As your score increased the sections of the track appearing in front of you would become more and more complex until eventually it seemed impossible to continue. Was good fun seeing how high we could each go. Maybe someday we could find a way to make it shippable and slot it in somewhere in a future product.
- Ever thought giving the Gauntlet its own online mode? Server Engineer: We were pleasantly surprised at the reception to the gauntlet and the competition that grew out of it. We want to do more with that; a lot more.
- Community Manager: There will not be any single player DLC for Titanfall 2.
- Big lore thread by the Game Director: I'll answer what I can, but we do want to keep some things a mystery. That said...
- The Frontier Militia have evolved into a larger, more formalized organization since the victory at the Battle of Demeter. Harmony became the de-facto HQ for the Militia after that win, and they've since been able to ramp up war production and recruitment to fight the IMC. But they don't answer to a larger centralized government. More like a decentralized collection of Frontier citizens across many planets (and their respective regional governments), increasingly allied against the incursion and occupation by the IMC.
- Part of the evolution of the Militia at this juncture resulted in restructuring of the paramilitary apparatus. Marauder Corps was restructured as one of several sub-units (Corps) within the newly formed SRS (Special Recon Squadron). SRS represents an elite branch that exists parallel to the other major branches of the new Militia structure, alongside the equivalent concepts of say, what one might call the Army, Navy, etc.
- Cole as infantry would report to Lastimosa because Pilot-grade confers elevated responsibilities, like a Vanguard-class Titan if you're SRS. (Note: Pilots in SRS all hold various officer ranks.) Any inconsistencies would be attributed to some of the expected chaos of the post-Demeter restructuring.
- Regeneration from a lore perspective: it's really a shady practice. You receive an invite from an Advocate, then you make your way to an invariably seedy part of a Frontier city, per coordinates received. There is no negotiation, only a 'yes' or 'no' is accepted. Once there, you would see surgical instruments and gen-relevant components to be implanted prepared and waiting, along with mysterious people in medical garb, who we presume are contracted intermediaries paid to be there to facilitate the procedure. You may notice that misappropriated and refactored IMC technology is implied to be a part of the process, if you look very closely at the "BIOS" print in both Titanfall 1 and 2.
- Are you guys gonna continue on the idea of simulacrum? Producer: We take great care when we add things to the Titanfall universe. While some things may come or go throughout our time developing Titanfall, we consider it all legitimately part of the lore. One of our sayings during development is "Build the Library. Use the Library". By this I mean - everything someone makes and gets shipped in a game or product is legit and has full possibility of being revisited in future games.
- Do Simulacrum have physical advantages over human pilots due to their robot bodies? Producer: Yes, but it comes at a great cost.
- Are you guys ever gonna consider giving us more lore outside the games? Producer: We'd love to and are constantly thinking about it.
- Are non-custom Northstars supposed to be able to fly for extended periods of time, or was that just Viper's thing? Game Director: No, that was just Viper's thing. Very rare parts, very expensive to modify a Northstar to fly like that. But Viper, being a long time successful mercenary (until he met Jack and BT) could afford the parts and labor.
- Just how many pilot helmet models even are there? Game Director: There's no fixed number, but it's considered a rite of passage for veteran Pilots to custom build their own helmets, once they grow out of what they started off with (usually a more commonly available "stock" model).
- Are Atlas Ogre and Stryder titans are still used in combat, since they are in Titanfall Assault? Game Director: Lore development is a valued part of the overall effort, but we "work in the margins" so we can keep gameplay our top priority, to avoid creating too many gameplay design dependencies on lore.
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- Sound Designer: UI (user interface) sounds are some of the most difficult sounds to design in a game like this for multiple reasons. Most of the sounds in Titanfall are diagetic (designed to sound like they are in the world) but UI sounds are supposed to be like a message or user feedback for interacting with something and it doesn't always make sense to make it sound like it's playing back in the world. For Capture the Flag specifically, I did the sound design for Titanfall 1 and 2. I would like to say yeah, I totally did a really cool callback to some great games of the past but to be perfectly honest with you I haven't heard the COD CTF sounds before :P In Titanfall we have this weird metal pole that's not really a flag, so to make it sound interesting I basically take a lot of cool metal sounds and process them with some digital synth sounds and add a ton of reverb to give it a big epic metallic feel. The game doesn't describe what you are doing with the flag so the sound kind of has to sell that interaction. So whoever did the sound design on CoD4 and MW2 probably just had the same idea as me! :P
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- Any ideas from composer Stephen Barton ever shot down? Sound Designer: (Answered by Erik Kraber, our senior audio director)
Stephen Barton is an amazing composer and we are fortunate to keep working with him on our Titanfall games. Actually, one of the best things about Stephen is his willingness to continue to iterate on ideas until we get it just right. He is always eager and willing to take things in new directions and enjoys the challenge. Having worked with him for a while now, communicating ideas and getting to the right piece of composition gets easier all the time.
- How long is the process of making and adding sound effects? Sound Designer: It depends upon a lot of factors. Some simpler sounds are more or less finalized in as little as a day and never need to change -- we never get sick of them, the animations/VFX/character models they go with are pretty final when we work on them, etc. We'll sometimes revisit sounds if we find they need more variations or we think we could do a better job of them (either "we didn't quite hit the aesthetic we were going for in the first place" or "we did, but it might sound cooler if we tried something else instead." Also, the mix of the game is constantly evolving as new things are added to the game, so we have to balance everything against everything else.
Complex sound sets for game elements like weapons, Titans, and so on can take a week or longer for the initial design, followed by iteration to get the tuning right (sound falloff distances matching the amount of threat over distance, interioexterior acoustics balancing, etc.).
- Community Manager: Titanfall 2 was in development for around 25 months. One of the hardest parts of development is having to cut stuff. Titanfall 2 like many other games has plenty of concepts that ended up on the cutting room floor. It's a reality we all face to get the game shipped on time.
- Why Nessies? Producer: When I was making + launching the first real version of www.respawn.com I needed an image to tease the fact that we were indeed working on a game. I took my favorite piece of concept art, blurred the crap out of it, and posted it. Eager fans tried to decipher it, and one of the biggest contenders among them was that it was a picture of Nessie. We have since ran with it.
- Why did you have the idea to add titans into the original titanfall? And if that was a core element, why did you add in parkour? And if THAT was a key element as well, what unexpected ideas did you add into the game that you didn't think of when first creating it? Producer: The very first Titan was actually meant to be more of a dive suit, maybe 8' high. Joel Emslie did his famous "kitbashing" to create it in real world, and during a discussion he put a little WW2 action figure next to it to show the potential size difference that you now know of Pilot v Titan. From there we modeled the robot and did some mo-cap and the combination of a giant robot that was nimble and moved more like a person was definitely a "strange attractor" that we had to explore further.
Designers, on the other hand, are where double jump and wallrun came from. Just trying whatever crazy stuff seemed fun and failing quickly to find the fun.
The real answer to all of this is - there isn't a grand vision of a completed game that gets transcribed into a blueprint for us to work on. It is a very iterative process that often leads to very different end points than we expected. Titanfall is the result of a talented team coming together and making something awesome via sheer power of will.
- How much input did EA have? Producer: I have nothing but good things to say about EA when it comes to developing Titanfall. They let us do what we want, and are willing to provide help when we want it. They trust us to make an awesome game on time, and then its their job to market and distribute the game. We are an independent studio and aggressively operate as such - I'm sure EA freaks out a big with a lot of our development styles, but they don't get in our way.
- What are you doing about cheaters? Producer: We partnered with Gameblocks on both Titanfall and Titanfall 2 PC anti-cheat. We feel as though it provides a good experience, but it definitely isn't perfect. Please report cheaters by emailing [email protected] and we will investigate. There are PLENTY of banned players due to cheats, and we're happy to continue removing them from the game.
- Why are the War Games pod doors so loud on Xbox One? Sound Designer: This (Xbox One only) bug was fixed within hours of being found, but not in time for Xbox One cert. It will be fixed when DLC drops on the 25th.
- Are you planning on playing with the fans anytime soon? Community Manager: Yes! I'm working to set up more game with dev sessions in the future.
- How do you feel about the leaks? MP Designer: They're a bit annoying, but unsurprising. I do hope that people understand that not everything that makes it into the script files and string files will eventually ship. We do a lot of prototyping and iteration, so a lot of stuff ends up on the cutting room floor.
- Are you hiring artists? Community Manager: We certainly are! Check out [our career page].
- Editor's note: They actually have 28 open positions for Titanfall 3, plus 21 for the untitled Star Wars game.
- Does Titanfall 2 have a demo? Server Engineer: We've had a demo out, on all platforms, for several months now. It includes the entire but lightly modified Beacon level, and when we do free MP weekends, it is this demo that gives you access. Our next MP trial weekend will be the weekend of July 28th through the 30th, following the release of following the release of OPERATION FRONTIER SHIELD.
- Does anyone at Respawn regret creating the Smart Pistol? Producer: It definitely has caused it's share of controversy, but I love that we actively tried to solve problems in the accessibility of FPS games. The amount of fans who have told us "I never liked FPS games until Titanfall" is immensely gratifying, and the Smart Pistol is one of the things that has done that.
Plus, when a group of people have something to rally against it helps build communities ;)
Creative ways to train alone or together in a closed environment for Warzone (Multiplayer required)
General Game Mode Settings (the closest to warzone settings):
- CDL Tuning: Enabled (No headshot multipliers and other gameplay tunings)
- Max Health: 250 points (Warzone health with 3 armor plates)
- Health Regeneration: Very slow (To simulate backing off and plating of your armor during fights)
- Downed Health: 100 (To help players question themselves whether to thirst or not)
- Downed Revive Health: 100
- Downed Bleedout Timer: 60 seconds
- Downed Revive Time: 3 seconds (Not sure of the value for WZ, might need to adjust)
- Weapon Pings on Minimap: Enabled (Same as WZ)
- Weapon Pings on Compass: Enabled
- Enemy on Compass: Enabled, Respawn Delay: 10 or 12 seconds (To show the penalty of dying and to prevent respawn rushes)
- Friendly Fire: Off
- Allow Field Upgrades: Enabled
- Field Upgrade Charge Rate: Disabled
- Spawn Ammo Mags: Normal
- Perks: Enabled
- Killstreaks: Disabled
- Allow Field Upgrades: Enabled
- Atlas Superstore: Same layout as Superstore
- Scrapyard: Same layout as boneyard area (with helipad)
- Vacant: Same layout as Port buildings with accessible roof
- Gunfight Hill: Wide open spaces that promotes flanking
- Gunfight Trench: Wide open spaces that promote rotation
- Crash: Well known balanced map that is used competitively since COD4
- Backlot: Well known balanced map that is used competitively since COD4
- Barakett Promenade - Majority of promenade east
- Karst River Quarry - Entire Quarry
- Krovnik Farmland - Majority of Farmland
- Port of Verdansk - Bigger Version of Vacant
- Tavorsk District - Entire Downtown
- Verdanst Intl Airport - Airport + Hangars + Airport Carpark
- Zhokov Boneyard - Entire Boneyard
Context: In order for you the effectively win your firefights either in CQC or in short/mid range, you need to be able to make your shots count. Headshots deal more damage and if you can train your muscle memory to be so refined to the point that you automatically adjust your crosshair to your enemies heads, you can literally be a human aimbot. 10 - 12 seconds respawn time punishes them for being unable to defend well or engaging in fights they cannot win. The respawn lock when your team captures a point promotes a 'defensive' approach when youre being rushed by enemy teams. The respawn lock also teaches your opponent to 'count the enemies left' when they downed or eliminated the enemy. The main idea is to promote muscle memory. Constantly tell each other to 'aim at their necks' and the recoil will follow.
Settings to turn on: Headshots Only
Maps: I would suggest using the 7 maps listed above as a start in order for you to help them get their groove on as these are maps they are most familiar with. Once they're comfortable, you could move to other bigger maps that promote rotation, teamwork and have multiple points of entry.
Mode 2: Firepower Training - Headshot Only - Gun Fight
Context: Same as above except this time, since its a round by round battle, it punishes the player for dying.
Settings to turn on:
- Headshots Only
- Loadouts: Normal (Same as warzone)
- Downed Bleedout Timer: 60 seconds
- Round Win Limit: 10
Mode 3: Teamwork Training - Headquarters
Context: Same as Mode 1 except with no headshot only settings. We will always do a warm up with headshots only and towards the middle of the training, transition into a normal gamemode. This is to show the players that by focusing more on headshots or upper body, their firepower will improve immensely. This is because many players do not realize that do more damage shooting the upper body than the lower body, and they can use the gun's recoil to its advantage by aiming the upper chest/neck area to score quick kills (as the recoil will push you to a headshot).
Mode 4: Firepower Training - Advantage in Numbers - Headquarters
Context: Group the higher kdbetter skilled players in a group of 3. The weaker 5 or 6 players are their enemies. Rotate 1 weak player to the disadvantaged team after each round. This helps everyone to have a feel of what it is like to be the last few members in your squad fighting a disadvantaged fight. Apart from that, rotating the weaker players and pairing them with the more skilled players will force them to work together and learn from one another. 2 v 5 or 3 v 6 situations help to train the better KDR players by giving them close to impossible odds. This game mode also teaches the weaker team to use their numbers as advantage as they should go in together from multiple different directions instead of one by one.
Mode 5: Firepower Training - Fresh off the Plane - Gun Fight
Context: In order to be a good player, you must be versatile and be able to kill with any weapon, even the shittiest ones. This happens a lot when you just drop off from the plane or you dropped from a gulag win and straight into a battle.
Settings to turn on: Loadout - Random no attachment (to simulate warzone weapons on the floor)
I have been doing these sort of training regime with my Esports team [Bf.Nut] since 2012 when we were playing BF3. These are the methods that we used to train against one another and ive been doing this alot with the asia community for warzone. I can do so much more if activision allows us the use the ground war maps but unfortunately we have to make do with what we have. Fingers crossed if they're gonna let us have ground war maps on custom lobbies cause that will help this training regime enormously.
Let me know if you guys have any other creative ideas to train and i'll add them in this post! :)