D-1884 wrote: »
@Turban_Legend80 - 1. love the avatar picture 2. I don't understand the picture you gave of you falling with an RPG?@joshuavinc143 - Absolutly, that's what I'm talking about; most new recons use the PLD to gauge player to player distance or sniper to sniper distance, in which most people then count that recon to be a player that doesn't do much other than snipe the other sniper from the other side of the map, essentially giving you one less player on your team which sucks. If I could change it, instead of it instantly showing your general position when you would lock on to any vehicle it would show you general position only after you fire the lock on the rocket and PLD, SOFLAM, and SUAV would not show any general location, but to balance the the recon's gadgets the lasers would be much more intense for it to be easier to find when the vehicle is looking around, but what do you guys think? @joshuavinc143 and @Turban_Legend80.
xROLLIN_STON3x wrote: »
@Turban_Legend80 Finally had your ban lifted mate
D-1884 wrote: »
@joshuavinc143 - Maybe.... Maybe, I can understand that one small infantry .VS. one BIG tank, LAV and other vehicles will always have an edge against its infantry opponents, but I still want to give a better edge to the engineer and recon with more inclusive teamwork involved. I'll bring up one thing that makes no sense to me in BF4, with IRNV and FLIR you can see AT and SLAM mines. so if they can see mines that are supposed to counter them for the most part and they can see infantry, and other vehicles then what edge does the engineer have; what edge does the recon have? maybe just the size of being small? sure; but the tank can see them with FLIR and IRNV, so they need to have a lock on to give them distance between them and the enemy tank. However, that means nothing considering the range of both IRNV and FLIR. so the edge I said before not allowing general location to show when only locking on and only showing the general location when a lock on rocket has been shot. so recons would use PLD, SOFLAM, and SUAVs properly and feel a lot safer when they use it, and engineers will use lock-on rocket launchers more with a bit more confidence. Do you see what I mean?
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