Precisely. Adding fuel to the mix would take away from the action. Example: You're team needs you to come bomb something in the stuka immediately. But damn...you can't because you have to refuel before you can get over there. You're team loses. I dont want to see fuel added into the mix.
Hmmm maybe make the Opel Blitz carry fuel and ammo, then there would be a reason to use them.
There already is a reason to use them. Get in, drive, become a statistic.
If my source is correct, the Tiger tank had a range of about 75 miles. I think the biggest FH maps are about 2-3 miles from border to border (I'm guessing, could be smaller). So, if they added fuel it would take around an hour (which is about the maximum set time limit I've ever seen in a big server) of constant driving for it to even get close to needing fuel. So it's basicly pointless.
You would have to divide those 75 miles through a certain factor since those 2 miles on a bf42 map are supposed to be, lets say, 20 miles. After 2 minutes the tiger would just stop and needs to be refuled. I think it would be a nice addition and could be a strategic element espacially on maps where one certain tank dominates. Question is : Is this even possible to code ? A tank just stoping but not blowing up or anything ??
getting weirder every day here for GTA3 I say yes for FH I say no
No vehical bar the rocket planea IRL would be used long enough to refuel in FH. The vehical that would probably burn fuel fastest is the planes and even then the least fuel economic ones could fly full throttle/RPM's for 30 minutes (BF109's primarly).
OT: Why can't people be a bit nicer when someone posts a suggestion thats already been brought up? Not a positive thing for a community to be rude to each other when you could be nice.
Vehicles already have to go back when they run out of ammo. What would be the point of adding fuel to go along with that?
i think its a good idea
peckensi think its a good idea
Other posters in this thread have put forth specific reasons why it is a bad idea, and you are offering nothing.