After a lot of hours i would like to feel that the Ogryns are actually the strongest. And it doesnt require much, but a feature that allow them to grab ennemies and throw them whereever they want. Including npc.
Making bull charge doing damages to poxwalkers and groaners and also registrating the dodges as impacting them to a certain degree.
I think its lorefriendly, even lore accurate. Can be implemented in a lot of ways regarding perks on curios or on some weapons as blessings.
It would also increase the fun of the game: Two ogryns playing catch, or an ogryn and a zealot playing base ball…etc etc.
In some regards, its personnal, but i think it would also improve the gameplay if somehow the levels could be damaged by the fights. In regard of Battlefield experience, it is enjoyable to actually see the toll of fighting on the surroundings: a pillar goes down on mobs, chunk of concret flies off, bridges or passage way could fall, without ofc, impacting the mobility of the players too much.
I noticed also that the flames coming from barrels that players triggered, do some damages but not as flamers or bomber flamers. Its a cool feature, but in some ways it triggers me.
An other thing that id like to see implemented in the game but probably will never happen, is the dismemberment of players when dying. Imo w40k is an unforgivable and gruesome place. It is weird that when someone get executed by a sniper, his head dont actually pop…or when a player is being in a middle of explosions and dies, his body doesnt cover the walls with the smoke left.
Ppl will argue that u get caught and not die. But there is written “casuality” . And lines of dialogue assumes they are dead. This lack of coherency break the immersion of the game. So imo the player ragdoll should be treated as any other ragdoll concerning death experience.
I would also say that a small degree of Friendly Fire added to the gameplay besides the barrils. Would be beneficial for the whole experience regarding teamplay. it is very difficult since if a zealot rushes as he might probably do, and lands in the zone where all the ogryn grenades also are…well.
I have not wrapped my mind on this.
But for the rest, it seems to me, doable and profitable to the whole game.