Forum Rules 07/06/2016Introduction The Squad Team reserves the right to edit, update, add and remove rules at any time. Applicable rules extend to the PM system. Your PMs are private, but the Squad Team may be informed about unacceptable PM content by the receiving party. Section I: Posting Rules §1 Show Respect This community can only work if we all respect each other. To that end, it is imperative that any time you engage with another user, either directly or indirectly, you show them respect with the content of your post. In particular refrain from flaming, insulting, abusing, taunting, racism, and other similar types of actions towards other forum users. §2 Attitude & Behavior Poor attitude and behavior are the most common ways a negative / unsafe environment is created and perpetuated. As such that kind of behavior will not be allowed on these forums. Please be mindful of this rule when posting personal positions and opinions regarding topics which could be considered contentious in nature. As a rule of thumb, keep your posts civil in nature, and refrain from making posts that are likely to incite arguments and create a negative environment. As a privately hosted web forum we reserve the right to maintain an environment that we are happy the majority of our players are comfortable with. §3 Swearing While we will not strictly moderate every little swear that occurs, please try to avoid excessive bad language. The moderation reserves the right to remove rants and unsuitable content at any time. §4 Illegal Topics
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There is a Post Report system in place. If you notice a post that violates forum rules, simply use the exclamation mark icon below the users avatar image to send a report to the Moderation. We will then review this post. Your report will not be made public and cannot be linked to your person by anyone outside of the Squad Team. You will not be punished for using the Report system even if the report was false, unless you repeatedly abuse the system to spam it.
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Hey, I bougth the game a while ago (before the introduction of MBT) and I loved it even if I played only a couple of hours and I didn't notice any problem at the time. I decided to reinstall it recently with the same computer, I went in training ground offline to get back on the horse and It was fine, I could play almost with all settings on high or ultra. But then I decided to join a server with not much ping and here the drama, huge loading time to get in and after that I get permanent little freeze whatever the settings I choose. I tried back on training ground and everything was fine. The servers I tried to join where close one. My computer specs are : 8 GB ram, I5 and GTX970, I don"t have any similar problem on online shooters like CSGO, Overswatch or Project Reality. Any idea on what I should do ? Sorry for bad english by the way.
CrookedLungs posted a topic in Game Server Info & SupportHey guys, before I begin I just want to say that I did use the search function and didn't find anything that pertained to my question. Anyways, I was curious as to what the procedure (or possibility) is for hosting a dedicated server from my own IP, or even on the same system that I am playing the game from. I've seen the guide that uses SteamCMD, I just want to know how you connect that to your local IP/port and have it show up in the server browser. Thanks for any info.
VISIT US HERE Hello and Welcome to TRT! We are a PS4 Battlefield community for all types of BF players. All that we expect is for you to have a sane and accomodating personality capable of accepting people from all over the world. We were officially established on June 1, 2012 on BF3 by a group of friends who wanted to create a community where the main philosophy was to be respectful, tolerant, fair, mature and, above all else, focused on having fun! Now This Year TRT is rebuilding and getting back onto the Battlefield with Battlefield 1 on October 18th. If a close-knit, fun and active group of gamers is what you've been looking for than look no further! I am looking for leaders and creators to make the clan as best as possible for both Vets and Noobs coming into Battlefield 1. What We Offer Our Members Currently: • Clan Website • Approachable Leadership • Unique and Descriptive Ranking System • Support for Battlefield 4/1 TBA After October 17th: • TRT Servers • Events & Game Nights • Clan Battle Support • Monthly Spotlight Member Awards What We Expect From This: • A Growing Community of Casual and Competitive Gamers • Positive, Friendly, & Respectful Players. We are organized based on a simple rank structure where members are encouraged to work there way up. Mainly to stay organized and reward those who have showed high activity and dedication! Along with training to advance in your TRT Leadership. We will also have semi-competitive squads for clan battles if the community leans to it. Clan battles will be scheduled on our calendar in advanced so everyone knows. The requirement we ask for when playing clan battles, is to have a clear, active working mic! We are currently looking for new members to help build our family! So if you are interested in joining, please fill an app out! Regards, YoungSoldier 1st Founder Of TRT VISIT US HERE
I just thought of an idea for a Squad gameplay trailer through a combination of the Battlefield Moments trailers for Bad Company 2, and the "This is Eve" trailer for Eve Online Basically, the idea is that during the Alpha or Beta, Founding players could record their own gameplay (or voice comms) while the round is recorded on Squad's version of BattleRecorder; with this footage an epic gameplay trailer similar to "Battlefield Moments" but composed of actual in-game player interactions can be put together (first person POV). If there is not enough footage for some reason, then in similar fashion to "This is Eve", the gameplay can be reenacted C: For example, a classic PR insurgency scenario: Blufor convoy heading towards a weapon cache/objective is ambushed by insurgent fighters. Blufor suffers significant casualties and the squad leader calls in close air support; A-10 and/or Apache rolls in and drops freedom on the insurgents. Blufor squad pushes forward on foot, eliminates remaining insurgents and locates the weapons cache/objective. So, yeah, that's that, though I think the above scenario is beginning to be cliche in the face of many many modern military shooters, but you get the idea.