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Woo sweet Battlefield Moment! smile.gif

Well if you were playing on a US server at that time you are probably not helping matters but one should be able to do so from across the pond and just have a higher ping and thus possibly be at a slight disadvantage at worst.

yeah true.
Although I do have a good connection - so often I'm under 70 ping (which isn't ideal) but still good for UK to US
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I dont know what DICE did last weekend, but this game is unplayable. Crazy fps fluctuations on a previous 'perfect' running game a few days ago. Will return when new patch arrives, because right now its driving me nuts!
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In other news I REALLY want this illuminati dog tag hahaha:

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Woo sweet Battlefield Moment! smile.gif

Well if you were playing on a US server at that time you are probably not helping matters but one should be able to do so from across the pond and just have a higher ping and thus possibly be at a slight disadvantage at worst.

I played on a UK server the other day with OCN guys and it felt like I was running in mud. I had issues targeting others, and my ping was around 110. I play on Chicago area servers, and my ping stays a nice 27.

I'll be sticking to US servers, lol.
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LOl I too play Chicago servers. I get a ping of about 15. Of course I am only 100 miles from Chicago....
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Some crashing issues at peaks times tonight but then it got better. Tonight I didn't notice any net issues like before. Game ran pretty good for the most part. Starting to come into 'er now.

After some more testing: (Note: all tests are at Ultra setting on a 24" 144Hz 1920x1080 ASUS)
CPU Usage: 50-60%

GPU Usage: 70-90% (really all over depending on map)

Avg FPS Stock GPU: 91.1 avg, 26.7 low

Avg FPS OC GPU: 87.0 avg, 31.0 low
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Here is my take on this. When you are on target your targeting skill gets rewarded with what it probably is a kill or a kill assist or something along these lines. When you miss only by a tiny bit you get a lesser reward in the form of suppression. And it is not intended as a reward,but rather as a something that emulates "fear". When you are way off target you get nada. The problem with this model is that in the heat of battle it is not always clear when you are suppressed, in BF3 with the screen going all blurred out everyone and their dog could feel it. All in all I like the idea behind suppression (I am not talking about how it is materialized, mind you) - when you have someone with an MG4 sending a whole belt of rounds flying over your head you are supposed to have issues targeting anyway.

But that is the problem, even if you are on target -and not scared- you have no way of hitting due to the suppression mechanic.

And it is intended as a reward, that's why it has points, catering to the latest generation that feels they need rewarding for everything win or lose.

It has ruined the BF franchise - and taken the fun out the game.

BF always had bullet drop, on every weapon, it was the one thing that really distinguished the game, and made it better imo, apart from the other shooters, it was enough, suppression was not needed.

Unfortunately the devs wanted a slice of the "other shooters" market and now we have the current state (BFBC2 -BF4)

Fun in games used to come from a combination of the game and your imagination, sadly though today's devs want to script all of that.

I am not saying the game is not fun, if it wasn't I would stop playing, but its not as good as it could be wink.gif
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LOl I too play Chicago servers. I get a ping of about 15. Of course I am only 100 miles from Chicago....

Cool! I'm a little further away, just outside of Detroit. Add me: RexKobra and join the OCN platoon if you haven't done so already.
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But that is the problem, even if you are on target -and not scared- you have no way of hitting due to the suppression mechanic.

And it is intended as a reward, that's why it has points, catering to the latest generation that feels they need rewarding for everything win or lose.

It has ruined the BF franchise - and taken the fun out the game.

BF always had bullet drop, on every weapon, it was the one thing that really distinguished the game, and made it better imo, apart from the other shooters, it was enough, suppression was not needed.

Unfortunately the devs wanted a slice of the "other shooters" market and now we have the current state (BFBC2 -BF4)

Fun in games used to come from a combination of the game and your imagination, sadly though today's devs want to script all of that.

I am not saying the game is not fun, if it wasn't I would stop playing, but its not as good as it could be wink.gif

HAD bullet drop? Where did it go? From what I've played its still there.
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