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wjlaslo

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#1 12 years ago

It's been a while since anyone mentioned this, and I thought I'd bring it up again. Supposedly there's going to be a "boot camp" for FH2, where to earn some merit, or some way of getting priority for a vehicle you can complete boot camp which might include pwning 2 KT's in a Sherman (to get merit for tanks) or shooting down a BF109 in a Swordfish (for planes). Things like that. Or it could be where it just explains all the features to the beginners, like how to open transport plane doors (we coulda used that!) Is there any news on this? Any updated planes if not WiP?




Typis

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#2 12 years ago

How about you RTFM!!!!!




Fuzzy Bunny

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#3 12 years ago

...Boy, that post had a point.

I really hope there's no "priority" mechanism, although a minimod bot walkthrough or something like that would be kinda cool.

On the other hand, I always enjoyed discovering some of the more arcane bits of FH, like how to use the glider kit, how to steer transport planes, etc.




Horrible Tank Hunter

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#4 12 years ago

Just be the best at what you do and ppl on the server will give u priority of their own will. If I know sombody is a good tanker I might even man the top MG for them and keep the tank healed as an engie. For the most part I only fly if nobody is using planes ; ; I suck.




Safe-Keeper

Aw, c'mon Cyan, it's quality!

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#5 12 years ago

A boot camp is simply a practice map, plain and simple. Unless you've heard otherwise.

How about you RTFM!!!!!

That gives me zero experience, so yes, I want a boot camp, too.

Sure, manuals can be helpful, but heck, boot camps covering lots of stuff can be, too.




SacredLizard

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#6 12 years ago

what about playing the game for real - sucking hardcore ass at first-and then, getting better? Thas always worked fo me.




charlesbian

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#7 12 years ago

really? ive been playing for a while and i still suckass




Polska

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#8 12 years ago

I don't think it has anything to do with being good before you go online or not.

A training level is like a interactive manual, while playing you learn what can and what won't work, and a lot of people prefer this instead of reading trough a manual.




Safe-Keeper

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#9 12 years ago
what about playing the game for real.

Do you apply that reasoning to manuals, too?

Boot camp maps give you a good training environment, unlike normal maps, which are designed for fighting.




Admiral Donutz VIP Member

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#10 12 years ago

Boot camp maps are useful to explaing some gameplay features. They are very useful since not to many people seem to really try otu or discover all of them (such as betatester not knowing the hatch of the Bedford truck can be openend untill Herr Vreeburg showed them!! :eek: :cort: ).

/me runs away