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- Aug 16 2013, 9:25 PM (426 w, 3 d)
May 10 2016
Armored units are made to be hard hitters that don't go down easily. The fact that I can easily take out any armored/MRAP unit just by shooting out a tire is kind of sad. I can deal with the lack of "realism" for this because of the need for these vehicles to actually be a threat, not a nuisance or a reminder to carry AT on me at all times.
Would prefer 3D Interiors, but it's a good compromise.
First off, there has been no known development of the ability to reduce recoil on a 200 cal (which, by the way, what is that?)
Secondly, You're rambling and have added no significant information to this suggestion. You just complained about common Arma 3 quirks, that some embrace and other accept. The learning curve is there because of the scope and scale of the project. It's not Battlefield 3, That's the point.
Thirdly, ACE3 is a community project, not an official addon. You're just going on about nothing and it's spam, plain and simple. Stop complaining, be productive.
I honestly would love to see more of this. If I can't have my M4's, at least give me liquid armor. (Does it boost my immune system if I drink it?)
I agree with bomb detection, but wireless devices have a pretty good range nowadays.
Don't put your gun in the backpack. Problem solved.
Last I checked, Altis (Based on Limnos which is in the mediterranean climate) does not have a noticeable winter. Maybe cloudy weather and very hard rains, but snow isn't really relevant in this area. Maybe more snow for the mountains though?
Instead of simply adding more weight, why not just ensure that weight is measure correctly. If I carry a rifle, pistol, ammo and maybe some AP mines, I still sometimes can't fit the last of the 3 satchel charges I need to take the tower in domination/I&A. It seems like it would also need to be a configurable thing due to how everyone likes their playstyle in their servers.
May 9 2016
If the developers have time, add them in.
if not, who cares, this isn't as controversial as everyone is making it out to be.