Neoseeker : News : Titanfall's first balance and server patch out, Smart Pistol damage dip and Electric Smoke brightens
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IcarusAbides Mar 21, 14
I like defending points, what's wrong with a good bit of defence to win your team the game
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Rayce Mar 21, 14
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Ha, take that Hardpoint point campers!
aka lydia
(yes, I'm going to drive that one into the ground until it's dead)

These seem reasonable for all i can see. I didn't really see the smart pistol as OP, but if it needs to be equalized then I suppose it probably should. I would have liked to see a nerf on Electric smoke's damage on other titans as it seems like a really ridiculous amount of residual damage.
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IcarusAbides Mar 21, 14
I get a small reduction Rayce, perhaps to 50 but they've cut it by two thirds to 25 so it's pretty stupid defending points now despite that being how you win the game
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IcarusAbides Mar 22, 14
<IcarusAbides> omg domination is just ruined now
<IcarusAbides> it's literally people running in a circle trying to take a point, being happy to lose it so they can come back round and take it again for the 150 xp it gets you

I like my team to win so defending imo is an integral part of that, I get them wanting to fix what they've seen as some kind of XP exploit but it seems like they haven't taken into account the way it's completely changed the dynamic of the game mode into some horrid run and gun thing

There's no incentive to securing points now and that means the more moronic players are just running around rushing points before then going on to do it again and again and again, hopefully this won't be the overall experience from now on but when you've got players raking in over 1500 points on attacking and under 300 defending while also dying a ton it's such a shame
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