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- Apr 16 2013, 11:29 AM (346 w, 3 d)
May 10 2016
Agreed, This is an obvious oversight and something most people just assume thanks to mainstream Hollywood science.
A vehicle should be disabled by bullets and even with some explosives it might not explode altogether.
It costs a lot, in terms of development time and PC resources, but doesn't add anything to a game like Arma.
May 9 2016
The problem is that this wasn't included in the initial development of the game.
The longer development progresses before such an obvious and positive request is brought up; it becomes less about controversy or sexism and more about combating (reasonable) laziness from the programmers.
However the little I've seen/read about development leads me to believe that B.I.S., despite being a small team, is driven by creativity. So if this gets to the right person it might just tip the scales.