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although I'm less supportive of the bipod as I am of the enhanced optics notion, a bipod would be a reasonable supplemental because SDM is supposed to deliver CONSISTENT accurate fire of which any MG with optics does better simply because of the bipod (and tracer rounds). M40B really justs kicks ass over what the marksmen should be doing because of the bipod alone (and that it's default ranged to 300m). in response to that just because good ol Font can hit shots over 600m with an ACOG does not mean the average player (including me) can. In fact, I usually don't even bother calling out people who make debunkable claims like scope sway doesn't matter or enhanced optics won't make the marksmen class more viable. Also, in reference to your irony, there is literally no other way to buff the marksmen rifle other than making recoil more manageable or to enhance the zoom level. Quite literally none beside making the DMR a one-shot kill and I think everyone can agree this game is not call of duty. So if it's already as you say, marksmen class is just quite useless all across the board and no buffs whatsoever would make it any more competitive or viable. The things you say irk me on a balancing basis.
Supreme Chairman replied to Supreme Chairman's topic in General DiscussionCrew served weapon spamming costs a crap load of resources, which in itself, would be a deterrent toward putting up a million MGs. However, in those once in a blue moon games, I can definitely see someone trolling and putting a shit ton of crew served weapons in inappropriate positions for the novelty of it. But I still strongly suggest that the cap of weapons be increased even if we have to put certain caveats or strings attached to limit weapons. Thus, I propose that to increase crew served weapons cap, you need multiple SLs (atleast 2) to drop a radio on the same position. You lose out on the capability of two regular sized fobs for a super fob. I always hate speaking about hypothetical practicality so I believe balancing on a quid pro quo basis is justified.
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First of all the spandrel is a great addition to vehicle combat and so is T-62. Still waiting for that emplaced spg-9 to be picked up or rotate in position better. Movement speed seems to be a bit too much while sprinting, It makes me feels like a certain retired sprinter running with full combat gear. All new animations are great and so on. The new demolition game mode seems a bit weak so to weak. In my opinion conventional forces would be more focused on enemy´s field "depots" rather than just a simple ammo cache. Like a fuel/ammo FOB so to speak. Like the defenders have no real purpose to defend the cache.
The bipod becomes necessary when you’re engaging more than one active enemy at a time. See my example I talked about. I had an enemy squad of at least 5 come through an area I was trying to lock down, and they were at about 280m. I popped the first guy, go to engage the rest and can’t do it effectively because my guy can’t keep the damn gun steady. While trying to keep the enemy locked down so my squad mates could step in, I get picked off because I couldn’t effectively engage the enemy. A bipod would’ve turned that situation around and I could’ve taken at least 3-4 out and diminished their ability to fight and likely have kept them in place or driven them off. An effective, competent marksman should be absolutely lethal and feared by the enemy. Right now, a soldier with an ACOG is about as effective so most SDMs in this game aren’t a viable option compared to grenadier, AT, etc.
I just don't see why the bipod is needed. I never miss it, and I have 3 confirmed kills over 600m (one with M4+Acog), and plenty of kills over 400m. My favorite thing in the game currently is to headshot bipodded MGs . And I generally prefer the AK74/M4/L86 because of the lower recoil while the stopping power is about the same, they only bleed quicker after a 7.62 round, and a 5.56 or 5.45 can usually kill with 2 hits, and the lower recoil allows for faster follow up shots. The sway is not an issue. If you have a tiny bit of stamina left, you can hold breath for long enough to hit/kill an enemy. The only reason why should be the marksman buffed, is because in v13 almost everyone gets an optic, so the marksman will be kind of useless. And a bipod and a higher magnification won't change that. 4x zoom is plenty for 400 meters, and most of the engagements happen within 200m anyways. Usually a 400m target doesn't know where you are, so I don't shoot, I wait or flank rather than giving away my position, especially because hitting a 400m+ moving target is will require more shots.
when you are stationary with a bipod you have a certain range of movement. It is very anoying to die because you spotted somebody but where just out of reach because of the bipod movement limitation. What i suggest is that as soon as you reach out of your bipod movement limit, the gun snaps to hand held. As soon as you move the gun low enough to the ground it snaps to it's bipod wich you didn't fold. Only by pressing C again the bipod gets folded. In essence it boils down to skipping the bipod folding animation before you can start to engage.
In PR we got a view of all assets available on the map and their respawn times for your team. I would like it if this also got added to Squad as it can be a struggle to see what vehicles are in the next map or not and seeing what is taken. However the respawn timer being shown might not be that good, as people would be more likely to just sit in main and watch the counter go down. Like maybe a heads up a minute before it respawns might be nice but that might be the extent.
However is vehicles are disposable then there is no risk in using them except for having to wait a minute. Then you just have fun in your tank doing stupid shite because getting killed doesn't matter. The whole thing about it taking time to respawn and costing tickets is that the vehicle becomes precious and you try to be careful with it. Removing that just makes people spam btrs and the entire worth of the vehicle being gone. If it doesn't cost anything then I might as well solo a truck, logi or APC to the frontlines to get there faster because if they get destroyed it doesn't matter.
This is a lazy as shite topic, take a generally accepted position on a subject and circlejerk. Instead it should be about why it is superior or how the other gamemodes could be improved to be better. Or even how the "best gamemode" can be improved. But then again this is your topic so if you want to circlejerk that is up to you.
liamNL replied to Supreme Chairman's topic in General DiscussionOn the first thing, I would say that a part of the limit is probably performance. If somebody spams MGs everywhere with no limit it will likely impact performance. Additionally it would be horrible for any vehicle squad to attack a fob if there were 6 or more TOWS or SPGs set up around it. Sure it would add to the area denial but then in combination with the machine guns it would practically be impossible to destroy a manned super fob. On the second thing, is probably just a glitch and I agree that some placements should be possible like stacking hesco's with ladders to get up higher roofs and such. On the third thing, in my opinion some mechanics around the point system should be reworked, preferably in to a crate like system. But the arbitrary costs of setting up certain structures will always be arbitrarily so some things don't get spammed and others are available when starting to build. It is mostly just a matter of balancing of which is more important and thus should cost more.
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From my browsing, my understanding of why the marksman class overall doesn't have bipods is due to "balance", which I think is a ridiculous cop-out. As the OP has stated, the intended role of the Squad Designated Marksman is to be able to provide on-demand accurate shot placements against enemy positions. While the Automatic Rifleman and Machine Gunner roles can provide some level of accurate fire, their overall use on the battlefield is intended to be suppression. If they get a few kills because the target of suppression stuck his head out or wandered into a bullet, that's just gravy on top. The marksman is supposed to be able to place a shot accurately on a target to effectively eliminate that target. It's sniper-lite if you will. The difference being a SDM operates in a squad environment to provide a level of accurate target engagement over distances the average rifleman might not be as effective, and a sniper usually operates with a spotter in a lower-profile capacity. Right now the only advantage a marksman offers over a rifleman with a zoomed optic like an ACOG is that they have a slightly higher magnification on their weapon. There ain't much I can do with a marksman that I can't already accomplish using an ACOG in this game. That should not be the case, and as has been stated virtually eliminates the utility of SDM in this game. A bipod to help ensure consistency of accurate fire is necessary. Example: Last night I had a good position to watch over a particular area of a compound that was being fought over by my team and the enemy team. I happened to catch an entire squad pushing up my area of responsibility who were as of yet oblivious to my position. I took notice of the medic, knocked him out. From there, the squad scrambles to cover but given my position choice they were not covered from my angle and I had the opportunity to continue engaging the squad. Due to the scope sway from not having a bipod, I could not continue to accurately engage their squad element and reduce their combat efficiency before they regrouped, figured my position and had me eliminated. That should not have happened in the manner it did. I should have had the tools necessary (in this case something as simple as a bipod or the ability to rest my weapon on a surface) to more effectively engage the enemy element to reduce their threat potential to my teammates. For what it's worth I'm sort of apathetic on changing the scopes for the marksmen kits , except maybe the British "lite" marksman that actually has a bipod. Giving more magnification than current could turn the marksman into more of a lone-wolf long-range sniper that is simply pecking at targets across the map rather than the intended purpose of sticking with a squad to enhance lethality.
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