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Winger 10-18-2012 07:29 AM

@Devs: Stop the Central nerfs - its enough
 
109s cannot outdive
109s can hardly Outclimb
they can hardly outrun
109s can in no way outturn any allied planes
Siince last RC the acceleration of the 109 has been DRASTICALLY reduced. Even when diving vertical it takes ages to get to 600 compared to post patch.
I think its really enough IF KEPT DOING SO ONE SIDED.

If there is any more performancegain towards red side there wont be any fun left flying blue. Currently its bearable. Even if the last joker the blues have are their mineshells. If it goes any further the balance is broken.
So please devs: Either change both sides to the same direction so that competitive fighting remains possible or leave it be.

Winger

BGs_Ricky 10-18-2012 07:44 AM

Central ? Wrong war Winger !! :-P ;)

Red Dragon-DK 10-18-2012 07:48 AM

+1

I think you are spot on mate. They did a overkill on the 109. Someone had to be sacrificed so that others could win.

CaptainDoggles 10-18-2012 07:57 AM

Don't worry, the Red guys will soon be here to say "you had it easy for a while, now you deserve to be screwed" when in fact many Blue pilots merely asked for historical performance.

Winger 10-18-2012 08:06 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by BGs_Ricky (Post 470315)
Central ? Wrong war Winger !! :-P ;)

Youre right. Played ROF for too long:P Thanks for correcting me:)

Winger

GraveyardJimmy 10-18-2012 08:24 AM

One thing- on ATAG yesterday you complained that the red forces don't black out. Well while being chased by 4 109s in a hurricane performing max rate turns caused my screen to black out very quickly so it certainly is possible to black out.

It also seems that the 109s armaments cause me to black out in another way (cockpit hit).

Norseman 10-18-2012 08:25 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by CaptainDoggles (Post 470320)
Don't worry, the Red guys will soon be here to say "you had it easy for a while, now you deserve to be screwed" when in fact many Blue pilots merely asked for historical performance.

-no need.. You did it, and so true..lol

~s~ ;)

Ze-Jamz 10-18-2012 08:34 AM

You know my views on the matter.. noticed a drastic change within 5 mins

David198502 10-18-2012 08:38 AM

i still ask for historical performances on both sides!

right now, as a 109pilot i have way more fun to fight allied planes than in the last year...mostly because the spitIIa was banned on the servers....
on rebka4 for example, i began to totally ignore all the RAF planes and only fought other 109s, because it really was boring to fight the far inferior spittis...

anyway, i dont feel, that the 109 is now inferiour to the spits or hurris(except maybe against the hurri at ~6000 meters, but this needs further testing on my side)

but, from now on i feel, that the devs should give the 109s definitely as much love as they did with the RAF planes...109s are still off historical performance....
there are many issues/bugs in the 109s which should have as much importance to fix as the RAF planes have.so yeah i also think that the devs should now look again it the 109s as well, and make them as close to historical performances as possible and as the engine allows.

pstyle 10-18-2012 08:39 AM

To the OP, I don't hear anyone asking for the axis aircraft to be reduced in terms of performance. Yes the advantages of the 109s are comparatively less than previous updates, but as you note it still has advantages.

109 pilots are still getting kills. Blue team numbers online are still pretty good.

I think most wlould agree that we have a relatively competitive situation right now, which is what the OP seems to be asking for.


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