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foodmaniac2003

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#1 11 years ago

I enjoy destructale landscape, but please have limits. Pavlovs house would be a nightmare if you could destroy the whole thing....

Also, will everything be destructable, or only certain things?




StrangerThanFiction

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#2 11 years ago

foodmaniac2003;3404755I enjoy destructale landscape, but please have limits. Pavlovs house would be a nightmare if you could destroy the whole thing....

Also, will everything be destructable, or only certain things?

It is actually not a whole lot easier to make destroyable stuff in BF2 that in BF42. Vanilla BF2 only has a few things that can be destroyed--this is because of engine limitations, not because their mappers lacked imagination. We can be creative in some situations but there is no danger that everything will be destroyable--the game engine would not support it.




{TDB}Chicken

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#3 11 years ago

Well, it was planned if i remember correctly... Back about a year and a half before BF2 actually came out, they said that they'd have a completely destructible environment. I guess they decided to save that for BF 387403247029. :D




The Crimson Major

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#4 11 years ago

devs love to be over optimisitc in early stages of game development. Any game at all really. I wish they would be realistic, instead of optimisitc. Then I wouldn't have felt the loss of Oblivion as badly.




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#5 11 years ago
The Crimson Major;3405173devs love to be over optimisitc in early stages of game development. Any game at all really. I wish they would be realistic, instead of optimisitc.

Strangely, some people (I don't mean you), complain endlessly when we do exactly that.




Jetro

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#6 11 years ago

From what I heard, it was an issue with the players. Unlike real soldiers gamers would love to level anything bigger than a small rock if they could.

From town to flatlands.




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#7 11 years ago

I dunno, from my time playing BF2 (hiss), I found that I love city combat on that engine. Its probably a very common thing, but I loved Strike at Karkand and Sharqi Penninsula.




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#8 11 years ago
(Adjective Here) Chicken;3404860Well, it was planned if i remember correctly... Back about a year and a half before BF2 actually came out, they said that they'd have a completely destructible environment. I guess they decided to save that for BF 387403247029. :D

Yeah, DICE presented their idea for the game and EA told them into how many products it should be split.:p