Sorry but I can't test this as I rarely play BF2 and never play it with any friend who I could ask to check this.
In BF42 our camera was in our torso and this caused the hated problems: illusion of being in cover while crouching and especially as proning. If we wanted to lay in an ambush with MG42 in some bush we had to position ourselves using the help of F11 and F10. These modes however are disabled as infantry in BF2 and will probably be disabled in FH2 too. Has anyone checked if the problem still exists in BF2 or is the camera actually positioned to our head while we stand? And where is it when we prone?
Wanna go Double Dutch?
9th December 2003
I'm pretty sure it is where it belongs now though I only played BF.. uhm 2 times.
Even if it wouldn't be the devs could just move the camera up. They did not do that in FH1 because all the BF1942 objects and vehicles were "scaled" to mathc up the silly camera view point. All static objects and vehicles are (mostly) made from scratch with FH2 so...
You look from your mouth, approximately.
Anybody else wish there was a "lean" key like in MOH?
Isn't there one in BF2? If not, that would be seriously bad for taking advantage of cover, like walls and rocks.
No there is no lean key in Bf2, i wish there was, but obly for looking not shooting because that would cause alot of probs, but i dont thinkw e can have that due to not being able to add new buttons.
Thank god it's finally somewhat right (why not in the eyes?) because I've gotten so mad in little snipe fests (k98 vs garand) and the guy gets me and arghgh.... lol I've calmed down
I think the camera POV should be from the shins. That way your looking up at everybody which would make them seem LARGER THAN LIFE and more intimidating, like in a horror flick. Hold that thought, I need another one of these :beer: then I'll have even better suggestions.
why cant we look from our eyes? wheres the problem with that?
The Crimson Major;3257273why cant we look from our eyes? wheres the problem with that?
Ask DICE. I never understood the low POV. However, BF2 should be a little better in this regard.