3 x 250s or 2 x 500s would be a whole lot nicer, and have the wonderful upshot of being (gasp!) balanced.
Major HartmannAbout the Ju87G: Depends where you hit, have to go for the top since those are only 37mm guns. About the 1000kg bomb: You are some baaaad teamkiller, dropping 1000kg boms on Tigers and Panthers :D
It's not really a TK unless there's a german in it :rolleyes:
i think the bombs were:
1-> 200 kg 4-> 100 kg
patillahey Major, will we see the: Ju87G with 37mm guns the 1000 kg bomb stuka and the 5 bombs stuka in early maps?? :rolleyes: and answer a question plz, how did the bombs used, all droped at the same time, or u can use the number u want?
ju87G 37mm is already in. Prokhorovka and El Al CTF, also Kursk. 5 bombs Stuka is not in, but the 2 bomb version is on one of the WAW map packs. there's a 5 bomb IL-2 on one of the WAW map packs as well.
the kannonvogel owns all, i can kill tanks so easily with it, its like a WW2 version of the A-10.
AequitasWait, so, if the stuka was given back its 3 500kg (lb?) bombs (which was the best config IMO), realistically, all 3 should drop at once? Well, then what's the point? Might as well have a 1000kg.
As for choosing if you drop all the bombs, or one at a time, I don't think it would be possible, because you only have primary and secondary fire. If you wanted to do that, you'd have to give up your MG's.
IRL there were 4-5 different types of explosive in different types of bombs at different weights.
As they allies learnt also, only a direct hit on a tank will do much to it, you have more chance hitting one with 5 bombs than one huge one. In normandy Typhoon pilots quickly leant that only a direct hit with a 500lbs bomb will take out a tank, a near hit would just shower it with mud and piss the crew off cause they'd get stuck and could loose the tracks if they weren't careful.