I agree with everything he stated. How the best outfits don't really need retention. & that most of the other outfits got stomped. I like the spirit of outfit wars, vets matter. Teamwork matters. Still not a fan of the stomping. I already mentioned my stance on outfits. Overall the stomping is gonna keep happening, till A) 20,000 more players start PS2 so that vet pop ratios, per outfit, are equal & easier to recruit. Or B) The devs delete all player outfits, & make default 4 types of dev made outfits, similar to the sorting hat from Hogwarts, sorting you to Gryfindoor, Slytherin, Ravenclaw, or Hufflepuff & then when these 4 dev made outfits have their time to fight for outfit wars. They have the vet lvls sorted & equalized. So one outfit hasn't 30 people with ASP rank & the other rival outfit only has 10 ASP vets. Unequal vets equals stomping. Has nothing to do with asp skills themselves, just anyone below BR 80 isn't experienced enough to tell your battle plan to or organize. The only thing I don't agree with him is that " player skill matters more than teamwork " & that just isn't ness true. I helped a friends outfit for my first tour to outfit wars. & No matter how " skilled " I am, I ran into a wall of tanks or wall of medic bullets. So teamwork matters more than skill alone. If skill was so important, I would be able to nearly do my own thing, run a harasser, roll around, just like alerts. Or infil sneak around & still help. Yet that wasn't the case for outfit wars, you pull a vehicle & run into 20 of the other teams tanks randomly. You sneak as Infil & run into 20 of the other teams medics, max's & ha. So the video, he's saying skill lvl matters more than teamwork & that is true for how many people are BR 100+, verse maybe the other outfit only has half a platoon of BR's below lvl 80. So skill matters there, yet is that skill? Seems more like out lvling the competition. He seems to believe a skilled team with no teamwork is able to hold their own verse a slightly less skilled team that has teamwork? Idk, seems most skilled teams have teamwork to begin with, so where is that comparison coming from? My friends outfit I briefly joined had a 3 part plan & got steamrolled for a loss. While Recursion the enemy team, probably practiced similar formats & point cap strats. They also act all macho after winning, as if they didn't have literally half of their platoon having more BR rank 100's, than my friends outfit. Maybe people won't like my Hogwarts idea at first. For 4 default dev made Outfits, instead of player outfits. Tho vet stacking for outfit wars & zerg outfits for alerts, both offer pretty bad results for anyone who's not of their outfit. Zerg outfits never path to unique regions, they pave to the same tech plants. & Elite OW outfits, don't really fight a fair fight for most of their matches. That doesn't mean OW is bad, I like the map, I like the prestige given to vets for their teamwork & skill. & how their elite respect, transfers over to the alert maps. & it was nice to see how some outfits have diff strategies. Be it pilots, anvils, or revives. Still overall if the result is, you demoralized 80% of the outfits that got stomped, only to give morale to the best outfits that don't need a morale boost, than does this event even help the broader playerbase? If the fights weren't such a landslide, we'd title it equal vet pop verse equal pop vets. & tournaments have winners & losers, so fine. Yet most matches were a landslide. Someones video reply: " I think outfit wars would be cool of it were maybe inter server and had brackets. " P.s. Camikazee & Bread were super good at commentating & slowly using the camera. superb.