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Traditionally with BF2: PR weapon and character customisation was limited. I wanted to suggest a system similar to the one they have in Insurgency, if of course any of this is possible (I do not know the limitations of the UE4 engine) Each option adds to the overall weight of the soldier, thus changing performance (running speed, jump height etc), but maybe without the need for a supply point based system. Either ttachments can be earned (level up rewards ala old school CoD4).
Hello. This thread will be a platform to share my inofficial, clientside userscripts specifically created for the joinsquad forums. I called the project Joinsquad_JS, and if any of you guys want to contribute or add to the project in any way (by the same licensing background -> everything open source and GPLv3), then get on github and just do it! Anyways, I've created a lot more scripts for the old forum but that was about 4 months ago and now all of the scripts are outdated or some functions have already been implemented in the new forum software. Therefore I started from scratch, and even though not every script is perfect (missing customization GUI etc. etc.) I will add the scripts I create into this thread so it's all at one place. Project Website: http://sine.github.io/JoinSquad_JS/ Activitystream-Updater This script will make the activitystreams click the "new content" button automatically, now you can simply put your browser window on a second screen and the stream will always display the newest content. Play Squad while seeing who wrote what! Extra features: It will play a quiet "pop" sound so you are notified. It will add auto-update functionality to all streams, not only those that already feature auto-updating Settings menu with volume changer and update rate changer Install Link (Need the AddOn first, see FAQ) Postfix Annoyed by "Where did you hear about us"? No more I say! This is currently the only function of this script. All other features have been abandoned from the old forum version because the new forum has all major functions already included. Extra features: It's fancy Install Link (Need the AddOn first, see FAQ) FAQ Q: How do I use these scripts? Depending on your browser, you first need to install an Add-On (just one of them, your choice which one you like), before you click the "install" link: - For Firefox: https://addons.mozilla.org/de/firefox/addon/greasemonkey/ https://addons.mozilla.org/de/firefox/addon/tampermonkey/ - For Chrome: https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/tampermonkey/dhdgffkkebhmkfjojejmpbldmpobfkfo https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/violent-monkey/ - For Opera: https://addons.opera.com/en/extensions/details/tampermonkey-beta/ https://addons.opera.com/en/extensions/details/violent-monkey/
I personally thing it would be really cool if they added a player customization to the game. I don't mean over the top pink camp and bright colored clothing, etc. I would rather see customization that reflects real world solders. More realistic and historic in other words. When you look at footage of soldiers, you usually don't see all the soldiers wearing the exact same stuff. It would be cool if we could some what personalize out kits within reason of course. Maybe change out for a different type of helmet, chest rig, pants, etc. maybe even going far enough as to being able to personally but mag pouches where you want them. maybe some sort of mole system maybe.
Weapons: I think it would be amazing if squad had some sort of customization feature in the future. For American weapons, adding different sights to suit your play style, rail mounts such as green NV lasers so when nightvision becomes a thing you can see where teammates are aiming, rail flashlights (maybe in combination with the laser), different types of stocks to increase mobility and accuracy, different types of magazines such as magpul, forward grips, and maybe the option to add a suppressor. And for the other sides with AK's and what not, again adding sights to fit play style, option (for russians) to switch the standard support to a rail system and add all the American things i mentioned (A.K.A. Tactical AK), different stocks (folding, none, tactical, and standard), different magazines such as drums, and again the option for a suppressor.
I want to start off with this game is awesome. I just have a few ideas about customization and surroundings. Weapons- I think that you should be able to equip attachments. 2 out of 5 is sufficient. Things such as red dot(optics), grip, extended mag, quick eject and laser. Only possible to pick 2 attachments at a time though. Soldier Customization- Nothing crazy just like race, sex, goggles on or off, gloves on or off. Just small things like that. Weather-Random dust storms that last 2-10 minutes in one spot but carries over the map as it goes slowly. Also intensity of these dust storms vary.(rain same) I would also like to see random sprint stumble. Not jogging ever but sprinting over certain areas of rock that is obviously really rocky causes a 3 second trip delay(more like a stumble) I am full of ideas, but if any of this is implemented then I believe that it will make the game more fun.
Note: This topic is the result of a debate and conclusions drawn over an older topic I posted a few months ago. Suggestions for increased persistence Points and ranks 1. Make a point/xp system for things like squad score, team score, etc., as well as a separate counter for each vehicle type for vehicle-specific customizations (see 9.) based primarily on mission success (number of lased CAS runs etc.) 2. Make ranks, with military markings (unlocked by total earned xp) that change based on rank, on the actual in-game character model, as well as next to your name. Example: <TEAM>*Sgt.icon*Sgt. Ostboll: OMG don't fire AA near team air u dense f***!!1!1 Alternatively, rank and unlocks could perhaps be unlocked after a certain skill level, like KDR+team score per minute+revives per minute, or something like that. Spectator mode and tournaments 3. For big league/tournament games, maybe add a spectator mode? (with delay, duh) 4. Arrange lots of tournaments and make sure the game is tournament/event friendly. Personalization, achievements, bragging rights and soldier and vehicle customizations 5. Add options for unlockable additional character aesthetic customization (obviously not a different type uniform, but attaching grass/branches to the helmet, wearing a beret/boonie, face paint etc.). 6. Add achievements (that do not affect gameplay) either like the steam achievements, or like the BF medals, or a hybrid. 7. Make achievement badges displayable on the uniform (as ribbons/skill identifier badges). 8. Give the crewman and pilot helmets a few unlockable options as well like flames, a flag, etc. 9. Add unlockable nose art and personalization for vehicles, like shark mouths on A-10s, kill counters (painted burning tanks for instance) on aircraft, and maybe even some custom text (with fixed font size, colour etc. of course to avoid less serious customizations). Why? General Squads predecessor is lacking in something that most shooters have today: a reward and bragging right system. Squad could become the tactical shooter and could bring my favourite genre to the mic-using public. But to become the flagship of teamplay, there needs to be rewards and persistence. Otherwise it would be hard to make Squad grow big. Therefore, I believe some of the above suggestions are not only needed to make the game grow bigger, but they'd also be f***ing awesome. For each suggestion: 1.-2. A higher rank is nice bragging rights, and a neat rough indication to other players on your skill level. 3. I don't know about you, but watching an intense battle in some clan v. clan finals with commentators sounds pretty awesome to me. 4. Making the game and servers tournament friendly would allow for loads of community events and tournaments. 5. Additional face paint/helmet camo (that still looks like the correct team) adds bragging rights and variety. 6. For the reward system. Duh. 7. Bragging rights, personalization, etc. 8. You don't want a patriotic themed custom paint job pilot helmet with bald eagles and fireworks? 9. I always wanted to write "I'm gonna free the sh*t out of you" on my tank.
Another feature you can add to the game is customization of not only weapons, but vehicles too. You can maybe use the same principal as to Insurgency uses, like the point system. Different attachments cost different amounts of points. You can add things like Suppressors, flashlights, lasers sights, holos, red dots, grips, launchers and all sorts of things you can think of. The way you can acumulate points is by capturing positions, taking out enemies, or healing one of your teammates. This would be amazing to see on the day it comes out.