Don't Stick to One Game Type
You'll probably start with Walker Assault or Supremacy but make sure you branch out and try the other game modes.
Sometimes, I get stuck playing the game type over and over again. In Call of Duty, it was Search & Destroy. In Battlefield 4, it was Rush. EA and DICE haven't created a perfect game but they've created some really exciting game modes outside of the 20 versus 20 maps.
Fighter Squadron is probably the most impressive as it puts you into wild dog fights with X-Wings, Tie-Fighters, and more. Some people love it so much they're calling it its own game. Not sure I'd go that far but it's worth trying.
Another mode that I absolutely love is Heroes vs. Villians. If you're playing with a group of other people, it's a thrill. Some of the most epic battles I've had have come in this six versus six mode.
Don't get stuck playing one mode. Mix it up. The game will feel less stale that way and who knows, maybe you'll find a mode outside of the big two that fits your skill set perfectly.
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