So, I *was* trying to read the posts before posting, but in the time it took me to read one page, two new ones popped up.
I only have one real question. Are there any plans to make the game more "tactical", I say this because of a conversation I had with my friend the other day about Loki.
Loki is, over all, a weak frame. However, it is a very versatile frame. Able to get anywhere it shouldn't be, able to be invisible with a damage buff, able to move your team mates and your enemies around where you need them, or just able to get by all the baddies, kill the boss, and leave, before anybody knows what happened.
Trinity is also a very tactical frame, played right, you make yourself and your team unkillable, while if you play it like Rhino or something, you'll be dead in a heartbeat without overusing the short lived Link ability.
Frost is necessary in any defense mission for his snow globe. No Frost, and you all but lose automatically.
Is there any plans for expanding play choice, as right now, it's mostly Run'n'Gun, or "one strategy to rule them all". Tower 3 defenses (as well as any other high level defense), while DOABLE else wise, are most manageable with Frost, Vauban, and Nova. It's rather frustrating looking at what Loki can do and having him be next to useless in a defense mission. Ambushing would be great with him.
Also, any thoughts on "Cross-Class" skills, such as using abilities designed for another frame at a much higher cost to equip/use, or skills designed for multiple frames? Or even more abilities per frame, which allow you to customize a frame to your play style? I'm enjoying seeing helmets that change the way a frame can play, based on which helmet you pick. I just wish they were all balanced better (Rhino gets +25% health, -3% sprint speed, OR +25% speed, -5% power strength, while Nova gets +10% stamina, -5% shields? REALLY?) I find some of the helmets just don't outweigh their penalties. It's a very promising system, but the values just aren't right for any of it right now.
Keep it up DE, I've been hooked, don't stop reeling!
P.S. By the time I finished writing this, the page number from FIVE to TWENTY-ONE