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Ruhanga

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#1 13 years ago

Could it be possible every nation have its on voice set for radio commands and -shouts? This could be done with one german-man, one british guy and that would be enough for FH2?




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#2 13 years ago

They will manage, don't worry. ;) The British sounds will be no problem. Neither the German (since this mod team at least include several Germans) and they've previously made voices for the Finnish and Polish forces. So that shouldn't be any problem either. English (American) is nothing to worry about.




Kurt Knoxville

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#3 13 years ago

I ain't sure but I think that polish voices in FH1 aren't perfect:) for example .: f1, f1 "roger that" doesn't sound like should it sound...I've heard that from Polish guys:)




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#4 13 years ago

I'm kind of worried about voices for FH2. After all, even if the FH team is allowed to use DICE voices in FH2, it won't be enough - there are a lot more voice commands in BF2. In BF1942, there is only one set of voice commands per side. In BF2, there are three sets of voice commands per side (one for grunt, one for squad leader, one for commander), each of which have phrases that are different from the BF1942 ones. This means that FH team will have to find some pretty good voice actors or ditch the whole voice command system entirely.




Christian von Schalburg

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#5 13 years ago

No mate I dont think the FH Devs will ditch the voice commands, it would majorly disattract many people.




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#6 13 years ago

Don't forget that BF2 has VOIP - voice over internet protocol. Even if you don't have a mike, as a grunt you can still hear orders from your commanders and squad leaders. Therefore, voice commands are pretty much obselete. It'd be too much work for FH developers to find good voice actors for each side and all. I wouldn't mind at all if the FH devs decided to do away with the voice command system or postpone it - I'd rather see FH2 come out sooner and with more focus on other more important things (like statics!!!)