The down sides of this update -1 reply

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Neighbor Kid

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#1 14 years ago

Man the problems i have with thisupdate is that planes are too easy to manueveraround (too sensitive) not all tanks have a realy low boom sound, i thoght engine startups where all changed, the jumbo is way to powerfull even though it had upgraded armor and guns but it took 5tiger shots to knock one out. but everything else it good. oh wait the .5 caliber mg on the tanks are to short and fast firing , the . mg was a slow extremky accuurate and have avery loud but low thump on its shooting. but as i said every thing else so far that iveplaed i ok!




Ensign Riles VIP Member

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#2 14 years ago

Well, in the last version fighters acted like bombers, you couldn't barrel role or anything like that. I think it is a bit more realistic now.




Exel

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#3 14 years ago
Neighbor KidMan the problems i have with thisupdate is that planes are too easy to manueveraround (too sensitive)

Ehh, the new flight model is absolutely fantastic. It finally allows you to perform real-life combat maneuvers. It's still not a simulator, but it's the best I've seen on the BF engine.




Major Hartmann

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#4 14 years ago

You know the Jumbo had up to 178mm frontal armour? Compared to only 100mm at the Tiger.




Tas

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#5 14 years ago
Major HartmannYou know the Jumbo had up to 178mm frontal armour? Compared to only 100mm at the Tiger.

:eek: Do you mean relatively cuz the tigers armor is vertically placed and the sherman's hull is sloped..?




Major Hartmann

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#6 14 years ago

No, actual thichkness of the plates. The Tigers thickest is 110mm in vertical plates, while the Jumbos is 178mm slightly sloped.




Neighbor Kid

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#7 14 years ago

yes i know that. but five 88mm shells to the tank is weriod i knock out a tiger with 5 shots from and m4 (75mm) but the bombers now have handling like fighters.




Ensign Riles VIP Member

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#8 14 years ago

Well, the bombers were a bit more maneuverable than what is seen in .61. Anyway, you kind of have to make them turn faster, otherwise it is really hard to stay within the map boundaries.




Neighbor Kid

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#9 14 years ago

true.




Jagd

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#10 14 years ago

I think they just need to make the performance differences between planes more exagerated so you are forced to use different tactics and learn the strengths & weaknesses of each plane to be successful.