I'd agree with most points and I also think they should be doing similar things as Fortnite is doing with their weekly public competitions. I've never played in one, so I don't know exactly how it works, but apparently on Fortnite you can just join a scheduled public competition and based off of how well you do in your first game it will match you with similarly skilled players, and I guess you eventually either win or lose somehow based off your performance. Kinda vague, I know, but knowing Epic and Fortnite I'd bet the system is decent and a similar system in Blackout would add a lot to it's competitiveness and replayability.
I don't care so much about similar skill levels and not having to play people far better than me. I just want fairer fights. I don't fights to be dictated by luck; who found what armor, trauma kit, concussion grenade, sensor dart etc.
And IMO vehicles are weapons and not transportation which to me is a problem.
Im not against your idea either.
Well I obviously don't know exactly how it works, and it probably doesn't even have anything to do with matching based off skill level. I just want a daily/weekly public competition that I can enter to keep my attention. As it stands I'm incredibly bored with the game. I just figured, if said game mode was implemented, it could incorporate the more "competitive" rules.
Vehicles are easy to counter with mesh mines or simply jumping. Each weapon has its advantages, its only a matter of knowing how to use them.