Well, that might be the difference in opinion then. I don't PvP much, my first time really being in Destiny. PVP implies player vs player and I call bull that players are bullet sponges in the Darkzone, only the enemies. I've been one and two shotted in there. Only the NPCs are in there and... well, that's not PvP. So, seems we are in a circle. I also have never been a fan of Tom Clancy's games so I guess I didn't have the same silly expectations that they should all be the same. I do agree it's not an RPG any more than Destiny is, which puts it in a sad middle ground that leaves it meeting low expectations for some. I do wish they would get on with some other end game content but as the developers said, they designed to accommodate casuals so everything is on a slower schedule, just like Destiny had been.
Not to butt in, but my two cents is that Kakihara presents a better, valid argument. I am a Tom Clancy game fan. I WISHED I could get my OCs of RB6, RS, & CO to work. I used to love planning out the missions for perfection to a t on the hard difficulty settings. Vegas 2 stays installed on my computer and I regularly play my 360 copy. If you want a more traditional Tom Clancy game, play the new RB6 game and see how that goes. This particular game WAS designed for casual players to pick up and like - a gateway game into the more typical TC fans. If you don't like this game, which to me, looks a lot easier, and looks a lot more simplified than even Vegas 2, you're not going to like the amount of tactical detail and actual map elements in the more "hardcore" games.
I think it would be wise to remember that there hasn't been a good Tom Clancy shooter in a decade, give or take a year or two. Vegas 2 was it. And even some people thought it was too "soft" for their liking. The market is saturated with Call of Duty this and Battlefield that. Furthermore, most of your FPS gamers are not going to like having to have the patience to play traditional RB6 style shooters. They're two different styles of game, even if the genre clicks. I think this game looks good enough to try. I think it looks simple enough to get the hang of, and I would play it if it was on screen and a controller was put in front of me.
It admittedly might not be my first choice, but depending on choices, it ranks a lot higher than most. I certainly wouldn't turn it down!