Consider this post a more of a rant, rather than a feedback since this recent "patch" has made yet more changes to the infamous balans(yes, not balance; there's none) of this game.
General balancing issues are still in place and some are even more prominent.
Not even going to start talking about "true chad mode" (aka 1v1) and people throwing numbers and open field simulations to prove a point. 1v1 and every other modes are virtually 2 different games so it still baffles me why there is no separate ruleset for mass modes or something of the sort. And numbers are only good on paper, when you play the game you see how it actually is with your own eyes. coughmortarscough
Just by reading the final notes one can see that there is the same trend as in most of the patches. Nerf what is good for the allies and buff what is amazing for axis. At least there is consistency, so we have that going on for us all.
Faction balance is still in a trash can, vehicle/tech times are still off, axis power creep is still there, cheese is where it was before the patch.
No matter how much rework Brit buildings get - all of them end up being worse than before. Comet pinhead shot splash is still not fixed, USF yet again are getting their AT nerfed, soviets almost got T34 basically deleted as a HT/HTD pinning option. And all of these slight nerfs and "reworks" only add to an enormously large list of things that allow axis be forgiven for their mistakes because apparently we can't have axis players being punished for making serious mistakes or have risky gambits against high-value targets pay-off.
Yes, I know. Development-wise this game is dead and Relic is making AOE4, provided Sega didn't pull the plug on it. So there is no point in waiting for additional content.
TL;DR: imo this game comes dangerously close to DOW2's infamy.
P.S: Quoting a song by Miracle of Sound: "We b*tch because we love you, and we want you to be great". This game is great technically and visually and still looks great. But it has to be more consistent and less of a "roll of a dice".