Deadeye17

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About Deadeye17

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  1. Still Visual Bug (And Worst)

    While I was playing with my mates on the 14/9/2017 I encountered a bug that had my loadout HUD in the middle of my screen and off to the left when I spawned and did not go away and later that day after restarting I found the player icons(Blue and Yellow triangles) would "Stick" on the screen. As I look around more the screen got more and more filled with these icons. I found it distracting and removed me from the experience of the game.
  2. M2 Carbine ROF/Mag size

    Here, Reto look at this historical video. See the control? "Good Accuracy", give us something to combat the powerful STGs and AVSs. .
  3. M2 Carbine ROF/Mag size

    Some significant changes are needed for the M2, if it is meant to used to combat the STGs and AVSs it is doing a piss-poor job, if I can do so much better with the Thompson. Let's go through the drawbacks first; Accuracy..... enlighten me, please? If the Thompson in-game is more accurate than the Carbine, then why have it in the game at all? It is a compact RIFLE! Rifles are ACCURATE on Semi-automatic, yet the Carbine is NOT. Please, fix its accuracy on semi-automatic fire! PLEASE! I am tired of getting REKT by STGs and AVSs on Semi! Aside from its pitiful accuracy, It is a good all-round weapon, IF I CAN BLOODY HIT SOMETHING! PLEASE, HEAR THE PLEAS FROM THE FRONTLINERS!! Respectfully Captain Scott.
  4. Meet the Players – Atway

    Greetings Atway, seen a few of your videos, impressive. Just a few words from a humble South African.
  5. Lack of Rational Architecture

    What do you think of new maps? I got a few ideas for whole new maps, I cannot draw up anything so I never was able to give out my ideas for Desert maps, massive cities and snowy alpine highlands.
  6. Grinding XP rather than credits

    Look, grinding is the way to make money, there are no easy ways to do anything and in my experience the hard way is the only way, I find ways to enjoy the game despite grinding out cash. I have ground to get my jeep and bike, my M1 Garand, m1903, m1918, m1911, M3 Grease gun, and Thompson and ground to get the corresponding mods that I hardly use on anything automatic. Modded ammo is not even worth putting your your weapons, cost too much and do very little and the triggers and weapons skins are null and void. I have been playing for well over half a year, and I have worked on just 2 soldiers. I thoroughly enjoy this game in all its' aspects and wish to see it thrive in the future. yours very sincerely and respectfully.
  7. Grinding XP rather than credits

    What is there to grind anyway? another better gun? nope. You can stick with 2 or three guns, git gud with them and you won't need anything else, right? Truth be told the only real progression is getting more and more soldiers and ranking them up. Gun are all the same and all do the same thing just in a different speed and way, so why fuss over that one "OP" Gun, when you can get any other to do the same thing? The experience is the key to get those weapons and the equipment and the credits well grind then, "Nothing good was ever free". That phrase really carries if you think about it. besides we all enjoy the game. it's gameplay, it's details, but to disregard the enjoyment just because you want to get that one gun faster, just doesn't make sense to me.
  8. Bring backpacks back?

    Again, its not about the backpacks. just a new level of detail to the troops, webbing, harnesses, belts, ammo pouches, weapon slings, side satchels, helmet mods; googles, netting, foliage in the netting, faction patches, infantry patch, tank crew patch, recon patch, pilot patch, para patch, rank patches. When we equip our soldiers that can determine what the cosmetics can be? example; extra ammo, would be a few visible ammo pouches on a light combat harness and depending on how much we burden the troops the more cosmetics. a tanker with just a MP40, grease gun, ppsh-41, would be lightly detailed and say a fully equipped infantry would have a M1918, grenades and a pistol, he would have more cosmetics. Adding staged levels of "Encumbrance" depending on how you equip your troops.
  9. Grinding XP rather than credits

    Remember, Those repair costs are because of the mods and modified ammo, try fighting without modded ammo and at least 2 mods, My repair costs are max at 1000 and I earn at least 6000. I enjoy the grind, personally. To learn how to use the weapons to their full effect without mods is a challenge, but once you master your weapon, you will not see the need for mods.
  10. Lack of Rational Architecture

    I hear that, mate. Me and my dad (Aged 52) would spend months playing Medal of Honour Underground and Call of Duty 2, 3 and world at War. And to remember the ideas we would throw around about a multi-player WW2 game. I have recently had an idea for a third tool; A med-kit, to 'partially' restore any troopers condition, but no one reacted to it.
  11. Lack of Rational Architecture

    I never took you for a Nazi, myself. But giving out ideas and input to fine-tune an already fantastic game is in rather short supply. And I mean the kind of ideas that take the game a step forwards. The key of any conflict is....Location, location, location, and to improve that "Location" to be usable and logical and to be used tactically and wisely, well that is one giant leap for game-kind.
  12. Bring backpacks back?

    Perhaps when we equip our soldiers that can determine what the cosmetics can be? example; extra ammo, would be a few visible ammo pouches on a light combat harness. a knife; a visible knife in a sheath, and depending on how much we burden the troops the more cosmetics. a tanker with just a MP40, grease gun, ppsh-41, would be lightly detailed and say a fully equipped infantry would have a M1918, grenades and a pistol, he would have more cosmetics. What do you think?
  13. Friendships are forged on the front line

    And thank you, sergnt.
  14. Friendships are forged on the front line

    Blackout998, if you are not going to contribute to this sincere discussion, then why are you here ruining this light-hearted and meaningful discussion?
  15. Bring backpacks back?

    American 101st Airborne troopers along with the 82nd had a distinguishable goggles strapped to their helmets for parachuting, smoke and environmental protection, Nazis had another variant too. Russian would wear their ushanka hats instead of helmets.