MP1st - Alan Kertz, Core Gamepley Designer on Battlefield 3, goes further in depth into weapon attachments and what the functions of different combinations will be once his changes take effect.
Just fix the USAS/ frag combo and ill be happy. Its sad how many high rank players exploit this.
as long as they don't ruin anything i'm cool.
Not more weapons tweaks aarrggh.... There making the game worse cos select few have issues All changes should be made by a poll vote cos of many ive spoke to not happy with many of he weapon tweaks. There some good weapons that fire blanks cos of this constant tweaking.
I agree with hiredhelp this is just asbsolute crap.Fix what really needs to be fixed and not what some whinny babies cry about.If you dont like it then go play COD but Dice needs to stop listening to people who have no clue about BF and thats why there are to many complaints.The things they ned to fix are voip, manage squads and hit detection with certan sight attachments.I dont see anything else wrong with the game other then that.
Guys calm down.. The one talking is "Demize99", he is the weapon guy, not the audio or whatever guy.. The VOIP is already being worked on and DICE stated that it was top priorety.. And why bitch about gun balancing? Its a good thing you know
eh it could be but people have come to love their famas + suppressor + grip. sometimes its the people who wanted the irnv to stay the same which infact was at hack level of OP-ness. So people dont want their favorite gun getting nerfed but if they do it right guns will become more useful over range and be able to give more complex gameplay. They just have to do it right. Also the game wont be fully balanced til atleast next December, its how all of their games work.
They need to fix the damn Air unit taking 5+ missiles to kill its ridicoulus i was 0-7 before i quit on Noshahr Canals cuz they were spawn killing us at the carrier and the guy on the helicopter was 33-3 while 4 people kept shooting missiles and nothing
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