Verfasst: 16. November
If you are patient, and understand that at any given point in time you will have to be a foot soldier in an infantry battle, a pilot/gunner in a ground vehicle, or a pilot/vehicle in an air battle--and that at any time, all three of these can and will be happening around or somewhere near you, you will enjoy this game. Just look up a video or two and see what you want to spend your points upgrading, and pick a role and stick with it for at least [the standard amount of time that you would typically try to do something in a game.] Don't play an Engineer for 10 minutes, repair a vehicle without ever getting in one yourself and then say "this isn't for me," then switch to Infiltrator, get sniped in the face while trying to line up a shot of your own, and then quit. You will understand if you just give it a day or two. There's a learning curve, which is something to admire. There is no winning gear--your skill and adapatibility will determine whether you conquer the map or not. It's free, what do you have to lose, besides some of your time? (which you have way too much of anyway.) Join a squad, you blueberry.
TL;DR : The most important aspect of the game for me was learning that every situation gives a different build a different advantage, and you can never really be the OP beast you were in that other game you play, so don't be a lone wolf, and learn to have some patience, and some discipline.