I made a post about this before, but can't seem to find it anywhere. Topics that are deleted still show up, but mine is nowhere to be found, so let's try this again:
While the callouts for reloading are great, when I'm using a TOZ or something of the sorts, it's a little jarring to hear "COVER ME, LOADING A FRESH MAG" as a shove shells into my shotgun. And for the bolt actions as well, a callout such as "COVER ME, LOADING A NEW CLIP" would be great, as for shotguns, "loading new shells" would work too. Of course, those are just basic ones. Ideas are more than welcome
Instead of removing this feature, they should instead change the location of said caches. Not to a different building, but to where you can't hit it from anywhere but the building (which makes sense in the game sense and real life). This would stop people from being able to blow it up from across the map, and would make it a lot more difficult to get to.
@thehappybub thank you for clarifying the yalla. Still gonna think it's yellow and still get confused every time someone shouts it, but thank you
Great idea, execpt for the birdshot. People have taken a round of birdshot point blank in the back and walked out of the building. Not exactly great for combat, unless it were to shoot down drones.
Didn't realize there weren't different loadouts or selective (and ofc customizable) presets to chose from. Thanks for the insight. Definitely see the point now
I like the idea but it's not that hard to just press all of the little x's
ALPHA/BETA tag next to your name in game (toggleable of course), Weapon skin that only we got, badge that shows up somewhere on our character (kinda like a police badge), customization credits, xp/credit booster, all of these are great ideas for rewarding or thanking alpha and beta testers. Shows the devs care and appreciate us
bump, really good idea
Yes we do, don't speak on the behalf of an entirety of a fandom. Oneshot kills are generally headshots or .50's, which makes plenty of sense, and makes the game fast paced
And you're not always the American military, your team is blended with characters, some from militias. Who, mind you, are not very well trained. They pick up a rifle to protect their country, and still fight while watching people die. Seems pretty brave to me