A majority of the WWII shooters released back then were often focused on the minute-to-minute gameplay or epic storylines. Brothers in Arms, however, chose the tactical shooter route and stood out for it.
Instead of the typical run-and-gun combat, Brothers in Arms wanted players to focus on the teamwork that’s needed in a world war setting. This was further emphasized by the developers intentionally reducing the accuracy of guns to exemplify the difficulty of shooting moving targets.
The series was often lauded as one of the best World War II gaming experiences and if Gearbox were to bring it back, it would definitely make the hardcore fans of the series happy.