Even having only played for a few hours, I can already tell this game has some serious issues that need to be fixed before I'd consider recommending it to anyone. Yes, it's a fun and unique experience, and I hope these flaws are addressed, but some of the mechanics, while well-implemented, just aren't good mechanics to have. They sound great on paper, but are terrible when put into practice.
I'm speaking of course, of the weapon power up system. When you get a kill, the victim drops a resource that "levels up" your weapon, granting it extra abilities, damage, fire rate, etc. Okay, not that bad, rewarding the player for getting kills. Except these powerups are lost in full as soon as you die, putting you at a massive disadvantage when you respawn. Not only does it reward the player who got the kill beyond the reward of the kill itself, but it punishes the player who got killed beyond the punishment of having died. All it really serves as is a massive snowball effect. The more kills you get, the easier it is to get more. This also applies to the rest of your team. If you're doing well, you'll quickly max out your weapon level, leaving the rest of the power boost resources on the ground for your team-mates. The game becomes easier as you progress not only because you do more damage, but because the enemy player has lost all of their weapon's progress, meaning they can't out-damage you, and the only chance they have of making a comeback relies on you and/or your team making a mistake. Also, it influences what weapons are viable, as you have to actually move to where the victim died to pick up the resource that powers your weapon, meaning sniping is an inferior playstyle that provides no reward. Why even have a sniper if using it is more punishing than rewarding? Not only do you not get a boost to the weapon by using it as intended, but the resource is left on the ground in the open, where anyone could pick it up, whether they're on your team or not. So in sniping, you risk rewarding the other team more than yourself.
Furthermore, most of the Death Match maps I've seen have all lended themselves almost exclusively to close range combat. Cover is abundant, making mid and long range combat a frustrating game of peek-a-boo, as all of the weapons suited to mid-long range combat have such long kill times, the player can simply duck around a corner before you have a chance to inflict a lethal amount of damage, recover their health, and come back, inevitably rushing you and making the fight a close range encounter. Also, the melee weapons are all absurdly broken, as they're equally as powerful and even stronger in some cases than the projectile weapons, take less skill to use, and are more rewarding, as close range fights make powering up your weapon even easier. That leads to a majority of the players in a match, outside of the bots that fill the empty slots in the teams, using melee weapons as a primary, making the projectile weapons seem like a mere afterthought. There shouldn't be a clearly better option in a game centered around balance and variety. And in my opinion, weapon's damage output should scale with their difficulty to use, which I don't think is reflected in the game's aresenal of weapons.
Moving on from that, a lot of the game feels very unpolished. When moving around, I've gotten stuck clipping on obstacles that should have easily been walked or jumped over, gotten stuck in walls, titans, and machine turrets, and even just gotten stuck on oddly shaped geometry due to what seems like bad collision detection.
Also, in pretty much every game mode, be prepared to have your shots completely blocked by team-mates getting between you and your target. I don't think team-killing is possible, but I've gotten killed plenty of times due to a team-mate blocking my shot on an enemy, then dying while reloading after wasting half a clip into the back of their head.
The game's Titan mode is fun and interesting, but isn't very well explained. I had to figure out the objectives, as well as how to achieve them, through trial and error. The tutorial tells you what to do, but it doesn't tell you WHY you should be doing it. And I didn 't even get to watch most of the tutorial, because I opened a menu in the middle of it, which was impossible to close once it had been opened, and obstructed almost the entire screen, including the "hint" text fields that are meant to provide information about the game. In addition to the lack of in-depth explanation, there are fixed spawn zones in Titan mode that can be outright camped by one or two enemy players, making it impossible for you or your team to collect resources to power your titan, destroy the enemy titan, or defend your own from enemy fire.
There's also no visible health indicator in your in-game HUD (I eventually figured out that the more damage you've taken, the brighter your character glows orange, but the game never told me that I should be watching for that) as well as various UI problems, like the in-game scoreboard rarely shows an accurate readout of the match, instead displaying only your own stats, and the stats of the best player from either team, leaving your team-mates readout with a bunch of zeroes, spite the actual score indicating otherwise. (This has been my experience with it at least. I tend to open the scoreboard whenever I die to keep tabs on the match, and I've seen an accurate, completely filled scoreboard like twice out of more than two dozen games. )
On top of all of this, every time I close the game, it hard-locks and can't be closed without hitting ALT+Ctrl+Del, opening the task manager, typing the name of the program (Because the blank game window stays on top of every other program you're running, making it impossible to see what you're doing) and hit delete to force close it.
In conclusion, this game is not bad by any stretch, and has a lot of potential to be incredibly good, in fact. It just needs to have a lot of these glaring flaws smoothed out before that can happen. If you're an optimist, and like the idea of what this game COULD be, then by all means, purchase it. If you're just going to casually play for fun, and not care about whether it's fair or balanced, go ahead. But if you're a competitive player that wants a tactical team-based shooter, don't bother. 90% of the players I've seen use swords, as they require the least skill and provide the most reward. The developers may as well just make a swordfight game mode, then maybe the sword kids wouldn't be such a plague in the deathmatch mode.
If these changes are addressed in future updates, I'll gladly change my review to be more supportive of the game, as I like the idea of a shooter/MOBA crossover and would like to see it succeed.