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  1. rekrul

    BattlEye Host Server with Packet Loss

    No, this is a routing issue between service providers. BIS could certainly push BE to push their SP to fix it, but that's about it. And reporting it here won't be read by anyone in BIS who could do this.
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    BattlEye Game Ban ArmA 3

    He's banned cause he broke the TOS. So now he has to remove the cheat and buy the game again if he wants to continue playing on his favorite servers.
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    Future plans to continue "The legacy"

    It seems very unfair to take all the bad trends in the industry and predict them onto BIS when they've always been miles over and beyond (except, perhaps, the dayz development). They have included DLCs which is quite fair in my eyes, especially they way they've done it. To get a somewhat sustainable cash flow going when you keep improving the product for 5-6 years after release is quite reasonable. We have no indication of BIS going the EA route and seeing as the game is niche, I don't think pissing off their player base is anything that they'll risk. They certainly see the value in the modding community, and if anything, I think they're more likely to offer DayZ-deals than expensive DLCs and micro-transactions. That's a great business idea and they're in a pretty unique position to do this. An important success factor for other creators to sell their IP in any shape or form depends on the standing BIS has, and for now - it's pretty good. I think we can also expect more casual gamer-games, and pay-to-win mobile games. That's where the money is, after all and it would be stupid to avoid that market, but it doesn't have to affect "our" games. Diversifying risk is good news for every one. It means that they don't have to close shop if Arma4 flops. Talking about A4, they one thing I want is a complete revamp of AI. It seems to be too much spagetti-code now, seeing all the things they've added since OFP. If we could get better physics so tanks aren't suddenly part of the space program, that would be a welcome bonus.
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    What was your Gateway Arma?

    I started with OFP (pirated unfortunately. Not that I had much of choice, no stores here sold it), and tricked some american AQ2 players to join me for multiplayer. They had to join my server in Norway so they had less than awesome ping, but good times were had. Especially when I was flying "tactical" while looking at the map...
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    How important is Ram to Arma 3 performance

    This is a 3 year old thread that is not relevant to what you're asking. There's a pinned thread for checking HW specs so try that instead:
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    Arma 3 being upgrade to 64 bit

    Wow, I can't wait for the 64-bit exe to come out and crush everyone's dream. The level of incompetence in here is the reason why no devs are chiming in.
  7. Where are you getting this from? According to this logic, all flight simulators (or any other simulator) made since the 70s would cause 100s of thousands of sick pilots and instructors.
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    Arma 3 being upgrade to 64 bit

    Ugh, again with the 15 year old engine arguments, not to mention 32 vs 64 bit. Well, according to your logic, this was made on an 18 year old engine... Pretty amazing, huh?
  9. rekrul

    Suggestion about AI for future ArmA games

    I don't think many of you realize just how complex the AI is. The AI makes a threat assessment and then evaluates its options and picks the best one it is programmed with. I assume this is based on their own studies and their long experience with various military forces. There isn't really any game you can compare this with as you can literally place the AI in any terrain and any environment and it will behave much better than any other "AI" and many humans as well. The problem is that it is very CPU heavy, so on weak CPUs it doesn't have the time to assess and/or evaluate and falls in to a default mode which I assume is hit the dirt. Now I agree if you argue that the AI isn't good enough because of this, but it isn't because it's dumb - it's quite the opposite, it's too smart (or rather tries to be). As for the idea of just having people randomly distributed in a circle, it's seems like a very bad idea. I doubt fire and maneuver has changed much the last 15 years since I was active and it's all based on experience and truly tried under fire so to throw that away for something that you think works better on the ground with (what I assume is) very little experience is not something I see as an improvement. Either you line up for fire and maneuver, be it attacking or pulling out, or you set up a perimeter in an area where you have cover and concealment. I think many people who object to the AI either has too weak CPU or lacking military experience/tactics and place themselves or the AI in a very disadvantageous position where they are very exposed. Even the most experienced and well trained soldiers would have a terrible day if caught in an ambush in the middle of an open field.
  10. Well, I rarely look at the keyboard when playing, but I guess when you remove your hand from the keyboard, it can get interesting. Also, they're working on a lot of different controllers for VR as the keyboard is very impractical, as you say. This won't work with Arma either, unless they develop an calculator version of the xbox controller. ;) I don't understand the inter-eye separation thing. You could just place the ironsight on the right side of your screen (or left for that matter), but I probably misunderstand. You basically have one screen per eye but the real issue with iron sight would be the ability to focus, or lack of, rather. As everything is on a flat plane, you'd have problems shifting focus from your iron sight to the target.
  11. There are two big problems with Oculus. 1) It needs 60 fps to avoid motion sickness 2) The resolution (and Arma3 needs to support it natively, of course) 2) might be good enough in the commercial version, but that would make 1) even harder.
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    How many core is ARMA 3 using in which part?

    You'll find some information here by searching for core: https://community.bistudio.com/wiki/Arma_3_Startup_Parameters But the question has pretty much been answered.
  13. Yeah, you're right! Thanks dude!
  14. So I haven't flown in A3 for a while but I guess they did some changes cause I have freelook in helicopter now which pretty much renders mouse + keyboard useless. How do I disable this so I can fly with mouse and keyboard again?
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    Firing from vehicles using launchers?

    Yes, but very few launchers has that capability. I know that the swedes has made an AT4 version that can be fired from inside a room, but that's the only one I know about. That doesn't mean much though as I'm not updated at all anymore.