I use Keyboard and Mouse as well but I fly with high sensitivity so I can get the reaction times I want out of the vehicles. BFV was a bit harder to fly with my sensitivity settings compared to DC since DC you didn't have a lot of things to crash into unlike playing Operation Hastings which has trees tons of them at that. They tend to stay lower to the ground as well in BFV when flying compared to in DC where climbing super high was a breeze.
I love flying in bfv helis and jets whatever its class all you need is joystick with rudder controls for helis and the I find the planes easier to fly that in bf42 i think thats just because there faster and the weapons are more deadly.
I love flying choppers in BFV, but I still think they are too easy to learn. Maybe it's because I had to learn a lot in DC that I picked them right up? I am glad that the choppers can't spam missiles like the ones in stupid DC :rolleyes: Oh, and I can land and fly low, no problemo :)
Dark-AsylumI might get it, but controlling air vehicles in BF1942 is ****ing brain surgery. Also, are the vehicles like trucks, tanks, planes, ect. in third person like UT2004?:confused:
Yes their much easier to control. You can also go to 3rd person view in a vehicle. P.S. I think UT 2004 is retarted deathmatch game
Try the choppers in the Joint Ops demo, they were so easy I pissed myself laughing........ Thank God BF-V choppers are difficultter (is that a real word ?).
gunghoThank God BF-V choppers are difficultter (is that a real word ?).
Try using harder instead of difficultter! I think that the choppers in BF:V are definatly easier to use than in DC. In BF:V the helis are alot easier to controll down close to the ground and this is a good thing because it is easier to transport troops with the helicopter and land them. And it is now easier to avoid airplanes shooting at you by going down low in the trees and hiding (I love doing this. It is like playing a deadly game of cat and mouse.)