I love a good, relatable image every so often like the rest of the sub. But right now a good 80% of the front page is really low quality, oversaturated "when you get hacked" and "Zero needs to be nerfed change my mind" image macros. I check the sub because I like seeing cool plays in Blackout, creative POTGs or trickshots from multiplayer, or a really cool emblem someone took the time to create.
As it stands the front page is just clogged with unfunny, repetitive content that turns what could be a great place to discuss and critique the game into a mess of people farming for easy karma with low effort copy+paste memes based on the current conteoversy.
Battlefront 2 has a rule that 6 days out if the week people are required to post anything other than memes. On a specific say they open the floodgates for all the image macros, Spongebob screencaps, "change my mind" and Sometimes It Be Like That pictures. It's a good way to avoid people leaving the sub or not contributing at all, and would lead to even better content on that day.
Any thoughts? Incoming "oh you're complaining about complaints on reddit" posts and such, but I genuinely enjoy the game and community and want to see it improve, and I think this would be a good start.
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