I guess its allready known, just wanna remind that the loading ramp of that big US landing craft causes shermans running over it to loose aobut 50% of their health. Also on D5 on Hell of bocage there is a static in the field, looks like a bunch of fire-wood, but you can only see half of it, and it has no collision. If any dev needs a screen of it, pm me!
that the loading ramp of that big US landing craft causes shermans running over it to loose aobut 50% of their health.
I dont know if it is a bug. My opinion is that you have to land the craft very carefully, and drive the vehicles very slowly off the ramp. Yesterday I had the same problem, but the second time i drove off slowly and everything was fine, no healthdrop.
About Hell in the Bocage I dont know. Will have to check it myself.
-edit- Your right, it is located in the farmland, surrounded by a wooden fence.
Good, i hope you devs will get that fixed.
Ok, the landingcraft "bug" is not a bug. Got confirmation on it on monday. Just a tip for beaching the landingcraft is that you must not beach it on full speed. Just break a little when near the beach, make sure you are at a 90 degree angle with the beach, lower the ramp fully. I've seen many people not lowering the ramp fully. Which results in a damage tank.
Drive the tank of the landingcraft slowly and straight, result. No damage! :naughty:
Hope this has helped.
It is still unrealistic, so its a bug imo, thy for the tip though! But please keep this bug in mind for the FH2 equivalent of this vehicle.
Hmmm, unrealistic you say....
If they beached the landingcraft at full speed, tanks or other vehicles combat ready. The power released by the shock of landing the langcraft on the beach, will propell the vehicles forward. Thus crashing into eachother. Hencefort, slow landing. And the vehicles didn't race of the landingcraft either.
I have to say that this is just pure guesswork on my part. Maybe Anlushac can confirm this or someone else.
You dont even have to do it at full speed, sometimes a bit of server lag is enough