Star Wars: Battlefront's beta started this week and I've put in a lot of time in so far. Unfortunately, I'm not thrilled with what I've seen.

While the game looks and sounds great, there are ways that it falls short as a multiplayer shooter. Here are my biggest concerns with the game thus far. Hopefully DICE can address some of them by launch. Dropzone mode
Ammo
Save for a few special weapons you'll find on the battlefield, all the weapons in Star Wars: Battlefront have infinite ammo. Your blasters will need to cool off if you hold the trigger down for too long while your other equipment can only be used once every few seconds. This means there's a whole lot of grenades being tossed around and a whole lot of sniping. As long as you stay alive, though, you can stay out in the field for an unlimited amount of time. The limited ammunition in Battlefield and other shooters put a limit on how long a player could wreak havoc. They'd eventually run out of bullets and get taken down or have to take a break form murdering the other team to find more ammo. As long as you stay alive in Battlefield, though, you can stay out in the field for an unlimited amount of time. A dominant player can stay dominant through the entire match.

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