I would imagine that it's the same for DB, as far as I've seen so far, it seems to be the case. But that doesn't mean some freekish chaotic random game where everything everyone does makes absolutely no sense. I get that some people don't care about winning, or achieving an objective, they just want to fight. I've been "getting" that since 2012, but (in my opinion), this is really getting out of hand. When nothing makes sense on the map, for someone like me, there really is no point in playing anymore. Up until quite recently, I always used to whine a little bit about the idiot zerg who pushes one base after the other when they could simply take the 4th base which is a cut off point and take all 3 previous bases along with it. Or the enemy faction that is losing a very important base in a 1-12 populated fight but ignores it and instead pushes some other totally random base held by a faction that is losing the Alert. Whatever, it happens, it's happened, it's always been like this. And if I love PS2 this is why, the freedom for all to play as they like. But not this, not what I witnessed today, or over the past couple of weeks (not all the time and not every day). You can learn a lot from simply looking at a map. Depending on how it looks, you can tell if there are outfits running with platoons doing what they can to achieve victory. At first glance, you can tell if no one really gives a **** and it"s all about god knows what actually, I have no idea what it's all about. But can I blame on the players? They're the ones playing like this aren't they? Sure, so why did they not play like this up until now? TL;DR : I would like to suggest, recommend, if not ******* beg, that DayBreak pay closer attention to what a lot of people refuse to call "meta game", the actions of players in the game. A sandbox where everyone does whatever they like does not mean, should not mean a entirely pointless and random collection of battles. If players aren't doing it, I think, it's because the game isn't really "gently guiding them" in the right direction .