Battlefield has “a” class based system. As I said, OBF2 has a HEAVILY class based system. You don’t get to chose what weapons in that class you want. The classes in OHB2 play stupidly differently. Sure, in NBF2 they play differently, but no where near the same extent.
And? My point is that they’re very different games, which is how I can like one game and not the other. The fact that they’re released a long time apart is effectively irrelevant if the only point of contention is how you can like one game, but not the other
In what way? The feel and control of the weapons were good for the time. I’m not saying they would be good now - in fact I specifically said that I wouldn’t enjoy it if it did feel exactly like it, times move on and I accept that. But it is still a difference, which is all I am arguing at the moment.
Battlefield and NBF2 & NBF1, yes. I don’t like those. I like OBF2, which feels nothing like Battlefield 3 or Battlefield 4.
Comparing OBF2 with Battleifled 3 or 4 : the maps feel very different in sizes and line of sight ranges. And how vehicles are handled, the pacing is very different, the gunplay is very different, and the way class based systems is in my mind a significant enough difference for me to have been able to enjoy OBF2, and not NBF2.