I've noticed multiple times that at a distance, players don't render beyond 200m in native view. Use middle mouse zoom, and they either render, or are only floating torsos. Use a scope and they render in full. This is a huge problem. DayZ has always been a game of scale, and being able to spot a white pixel from someones white pants at 500m's lead to many memorable moments. The fact players in many cases DONT RENDER beyond 200m is absurd. Attached are 2 examples. Players should be rendered when in view, not matter what. The only culling should occur when entirely eclipsed by an occluder.
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- Windows 10 x64
Position your character 100m from another character. Slowly distance yourself, testing zoom from a gun, with middle mouse, and native FOV, and see the differing LOD's as the gap grows. Eventually between 100-300m, the player will transition from a full body, to a floating torso, to nothing in native fov. Slowly the same happens to zoom mode, but I dont believe theres a point where players dont render with naked eye zoom. It seems scopes FORCE player render.