last edited by Sharpeyehodgey
Yeah this is absolutely annoying.
I can grab any one of my rifles out right now and guarantee you I'll have a beautiful sight picture the second I shoulder it. If you don't it's because you haven't mounted your scope correctly.
@jarple said in Can There Be An Option to HAve Scopes Render at All Times?:
@AMURKA Do you know what eye relief is? That's how scopes work, it turns black when you aren't close enough or don't have the right eye angle or your eye isn't in the 'eye box'.
IF the above is the case it's because you are using a firearm you aren't familiar with and seeing as you play soldiers in this game it SHOULDN'T be the case. I'm pretty sure most humans that get involved in warfare have had basic firearms training.
IF the scope is completely black, you simply have a broken scope or it's been incorrectly mounted on the firearm OR you aren't placing your cheek correctly on the stock!
You should ALWAYS be able to see through a scope regardless of eye relief. The scope picture just changes in size and clarity, it won't go black.
Also worth noting, the lower the magnification the greater the eye relief. This is why 1-4 magnification optics are used in short to medium range engagements. You can place your head on stock several times over with great speed resulting in different distances from the scope itself but you will always have a good sight picture. They are quick to shoulder and sight onto target without losing field of view.
While I could understand them leaving this silly effect in game for the highest magnification scopes, they need to remove it for the lower ones or drastically increase the speed so it disappears faster. I'm absolutely sick of aiming and having to wait a second before I can even see what it was I wanted to shoot. At the moment all I can say is that it makes me feel as though I'm playing a character in a game that doesn't know the basics of firearm handling.
Edit: Just to clarify, the above photo showing the scope blacked out is correct. I have no problem with that. My argument is 'once' shouldered there should be a clear sight picture but I am getting about 1 second of black before clarity.