I can't imagine playing the game without proximity sensors now and it is a constant flood of experience gained for spotting enemies and getting assists when they get killed. Throw a sensor into a contested control point and watch the assists and "enemy spotted" experience roll in.
I am still playing Irish as my main specialist and with his ability to stop explosives getting tossed/shot in combined with proximity sensors I am consistently closing in on the top of the leaderboard each match and getting the satisfaction of seeing my team perform better. I will admit I suck at the shooting aspect of the game so it warms my heart that I can contribute so effectively playing Irish with proximity sensors. Toss an ammo box to resupply the team and I'm one happy camper.
For context in my all-time favorite Battlefield game, Battlefield 2, I was a medic or engineer most of the time. Either I was healing/reviving players or smacking vehicles with wrenches. Being able to play as this support play style is what always attracted me to Battlefield games over other shooters and it is definitely happening again here with Battlefield 2042!
This also has me jazzed up about other gadgets and specialists I have yet to play with and I can't wait for the next "aha!" moment! I can feel the Battlefield teeth sinking in; so much so I didn't even log into New World to do daily activities... which is the first day in a while I have not logged into New World!
Hate the "wall hack" proximity sensors? Or do you tell players to "get gud"? Leave a comment so my comment sensor beeps.