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JJarrowGaming posted a topic in Feedback & SuggestionsIn keeping with the realistic philosophy of the game, I request that ammo crates have a limited number of ammunition, explosives, smokes, bandages, etc... If a team wants multiple ammo crates, that is ok as it makes sense but there should be a limit to the contents. The limit should be determined by the FOB, not the ammo crate so as to prevent people from exploiting this by simply deploying multiple crates. Multiple crates would simply draw down the FOB ammo crate content counter for each item type as they are consumed. The behavior should be that the only way to replenish the ammo crates would be from a logi supply run. When a logi drops off supplies, the ammo crate content counter for the FOB should reset to full with no resource cost and of course, no overstocking from multiple logi supply runs. As to how many should be allowed of each type... I'm not sure. That would be best turned over to the community to discuss.
I was playing around with grenades and noticed that grenades dropped down the humvee harm or kill all passengers but not the driver. I tried over and over to kill the driver with a grenade down the hatch to no avail. The grenades also don't damage the humvee in any way from what I could tell. 203 launcher grenades do damage the humvee and it takes 3 of them to destroy the vehicle and about 4 or 5 for the BTR. I think 203 grenades shouldn't blow up the humvee or BTR considering the armour they have. Although I may be underestimating the power of shrapnel. The hand grenade also doesn't fall down the hatch and inside the humvee properly due to the collision model but it still kills the passengers inside except the driver. I tested grenades on the technicals as well and all passengers are vulnerable to grenades. as long as the grenade lands on top of the bonnet or in the back. if the grenade lands next to the driver's door the driver will survive if the grenade lands next to the passenger's door the passenger will be killed instantly. So the drivers do have a higher chance of survival than the passengers. Bodies also seem to stop shrapnel so if you're in an open field with your dead or alive buddy make sure he is between you and the grenade or be the hero and dive on the grenade and save your buddy instead. PS: Grenades underneath the humvees are also deadly but not always. If you want a guaranteed kill with a grenade make sure it's on top.
First off, I know this idea has been floated before, but the last posting about it was several months back, and I thought I'd bring the idea up again. Most people can agree that the night maps are a bit difficult to see in, and some even resort to upping the gamma for greater visibility. Being a (somewhat) realism purist, i don't like doing such things, but that does give us a serious disadvantage to those that do decide to exploit the gamma. This is why i feel grenade-launched flares may be the best option; 1- This utilizes the already-in-place potential for grenadiers to mark areas of enemy targets, and makes them more valuable to the team. 2- Anyone that is utilizing the upped gamma will find it impossible to see during the flare due to over-exposed visuals, which makes this exploit less useable if one has to go into the menu and turn down the settings just in order to see. 3- The unreal engine 4 is one of the best engines currently capable of dynamic, volumetric lights, and should experience minimal frame drop even on the highest of settings. Please rate the poll if you have a moment, or if you have any imput or better ideas, please comment in the section below.
Im really interested what you, community and developers, think about this branch of weapons in the game, how would affect gameplay etc. I think its good idea because MK-19 is used by USA, there exists russian version of weapon too, I saw it at few videos from war in Ukraine so I assume that militants can use them too. More diffrent sorts of weapons the better. The weapon isnt that accurate acctualy so I think it wont be so overpowered, and it would be good idea to limit weapon in the game. The weapon could be used for suppression, objective defence and as a mortar-kind of weapon for city fights and close combat as in real life sometimes.(you put it like 80 degrees up from standard position) It could be also hooked up on the cars, or on russian and american side, on the humvee or on the russian jeep. This is only idea. Sorry for bad English.
In game use are currently using the M203's as grenade launchers for the US army side. But currently the 203 is be phased out of the US army and is being replaced by the M320. All infantry OSUT privates are being trained on the M320. The M320 is a handheld or rail attached grenade launcher with the same characteristics of the M203 on the moved the side to a side mounted side in stead of attaching it to the top rail system. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/M320_Grenade_Launcher_Module This is just an idea to keep game play weapons up to date.
im sure the RKG anti-tank (shape charged) grenade will be in Squad for non-western forces, how much and for which forces, by steam early access release by chance? more relevant perhaps is will the insurgents get the RKG grenade, or will it be specific to Russia and or militia? i like that weapon a lot and it works great in PR
This is a minor thing, but the arc of the grenade throw or toss feels way off compared to the one in PR. Since this game is trying to mimic the feel of PR, I thought I'd bring this up as a subject. For me, the arc that the grenade has is too low compared to that of PR. I've gotten used to PR grenades and it's been one of the major things that feels off about squad. I'd like to know what other people think about this and if anyone had that feeling when throwing grenades.