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- Sep 21 2013, 10:12 PM (370 w, 3 d)
May 10 2016
Double post see issue 0018083 for pic
This one can be deleted.
You react as if the game almost destroyed your live.
Be patient my young padowan.
btw if you want that they fix the problem fast it is better that you post your error logs in order for them to see what went wrong. (see f.e. issue 0015067 about crashes)
Quotee from you: "Does BI even care that their game is almost unplayable right now? This is a HUGE issue that is absolutely destroying everyone's gaming experience, and they do nothing about it!! "
when was the update?
and what day is it today?
do you work on sundays?
already reported, use search function please
yes ARMA's FOV is lower then real live but you have to take into account your monitor setup also.
If you want a FOV of 180 degrees on a single monitor you get a distorted view.
If you want a non-distorted view the FOV should be around 55 for a single monitor of 23 inch if your eyes are sitting 50 cm away from monitor.
The curent FOV of 75 is already to wide to provide no distortion so in fact the sense of speed is already bigger then it should be.
To replicate a real life FOV you need 3 monitors that you put on an angle of aprox 60 degrees each and your real eyes should be on the center of the imaginary circle if you would place 6 monitors around you.
(figures are just a close estimation based on my sim racing setup)
no it shouldn't
percieved speed depends on FOV (field of view)
and in fact because FOV is higher then normal the percieved speed is already more then reality.
if you want a better perception of speed one solution is to buy triple monitors (perception of speed comes mainly from your periferal vision cause objects closer to you seem to move faster) or you can increase FOV also (the last solution gives distortion however).
are you in dev version, cause this bug seemed to be introduced in the latest dev updates?
yep just played a workshop mission and i came across them also,
was about to issue a ticket
yep, nasty bug
i see no point in recreating realistic bullit paths and using lots of cpu power etc... if the consequences are totally unrealistic.
Shots in legs, arms, torso and head should have all different consequenses.
2 new planes are coming...
and let's first see what those are... then they better fix all major bugs first etc...
there's tons of stuff to play with already (and soon ARMA2 content will be released for modders etc...)
Well that is true . Sounds and falloff aren't balanced enough but that's another matter.
Overall sound is definitely not to low...
There are more important things to work on first i think so i downvoted this.
yep i had this issue also
better for them to work on fixing the trigger bugs
agreed, made no sense to me also and don't use it
ok better close this ticket then cause the complaint is invalid
tracked non military vehicles behave like curent situation in ARMA3 ...
but upvoted i believe what the militairi-tank specialists say
Speed in Sports hatchback is redicoulous indeed for a simulation game and really breaks immersion.
why not make 4 groups?
this way mission makers can decide better who's fighting who.
it really depends in which difficulty mode you are i think. It's about consistency as far as i'm concerned. If you have a map where you can see your own position (not possible in real life) then a button with automatic coordinates should be used to report in. This is about consistency.
If you disable the option to see yourself and rest of players on map etc... then you shouldn't be able to automaticly send your coordinates.
There are lot's of things that aren't realistic but in easier modes they are allowed so i see no valid reason to disallow automatic report coordinates in the easier modes. It's about accesability to the game, userfriendly, consistency etc...
I am an hardcore sim fan myself but it's gotta stay logical. Now it isn't.
What we have now is utterly pointless. Or remove the AI requests to report in or implement something so that we can awnser to these requests.
you should be able to report your coordinates if you have a map...
so if someone asks report in you should have a choice between reporting your coordinates (by the press of a button) or just a manual response.
In SP it is especially annoying when your leader keeps asking: report in... but you have no way of telling him something.
The first option i mentioned should be able to make him shut up.
great immersionkiller indeed
I play racing sims and if you wanna have a correct sense of distance and speed your FOV depends on monitor size and the distance from monitor to your eyes.
When you increase FOV more then it should be you get a distorted image when you look around you (f.e. look around you while in first person view as a chopper pilot and you see the distortion of the world around) and sense of speed and distance is wrong.
Right now the FOV is already bigger then it should be (in comparison to reality), although i understand the concern for situational awareness.
I tink the FOV right now is a good compromise between reality and situational awareness although they should implement an easy FOV adjustment cause FOV depends on personal hardware setup.
makes them pretty useless then,
Different types of nades are welcome indeed.
Especially for urban battles.