Honor and Duty D-Day's beta was interesting, it was fun being able to shoot your primary weapon and when you were out of ammo physically grab your sidearm and shoot with that, sure it was quicker to just press a button and switch to your sidearm but it was less fun.
There was a lot of dying without knowing what happened, it took me a few games before I realized that I was being stabbed a lot, which was strange for a shooting game, I then saw some people moving really quick on the map, it was at that point I remembered that the first H&D allowed you to increase your movement speed dramatically, a quick check in the settings screen turned me into the flash, with my newfound superspeed I switched to my knife and tried to be a super assasin, it was fun but not excessively overpowered, I died a lot with this strategy, turns out running head first at an enemy with a machine gun is not a good idea even if you are quick, after my full frontal attack failed I skirted the outside of the playing field picking people off.
While using the aim and a move controller the move floated where I left it whilst I was using the aim, a thought came to mind, I switched the move from pistol to knife, placed the move in front of me, in game the knife just floated there, I ran up to an enemy and my floating knife killed them, I had poor control but I could shoot and knife at the same time, advantage, another idea came to me, using the tools at hand I made a bayonet.
The Devs at Strange games studios are on the ball and an update on the same night of the beta nerfed the superspeed.
I usually like a scope on my guns in an FPS so I wasn't expecting to like the M1 Garand, I'm also not a fan of iron sights, but with a bit of practice I made it work.
The PS4 records gameplay from the PSVR's right eye, I appear to aim using my left eye so you can't see me aiming down sights.
In another update Strange games studios added the compulsory battle royale mode. I only had a few games before the beta finished, here's a short video.
I look forward to the full release.