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  1. CMDR_Edward

    CV Rework - Aesthetic Inaccuracies

    Nope, HVAR's.
  2. CMDR_Edward

    CV Rework - Aesthetic Inaccuracies

    Thanks for letting me know. Enterprise is one of my favorite carriers because of it's historical significance and gameplay in general. Glad that's not going under the radar
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    CV Rework - Aesthetic Inaccuracies

    Disclaimer: This topic is not related to CV balance or whatsoever, it's solely meant for visual/information inaccuracies that can be changed by simple text/model changes. Constructive criticism is always appreciated. I like warships and planes a lot, naturally I quite enjoy playing CV's because I get to do both of the stuff at the same time. Ever since CV rework went live(even before in PTS, however I thought it would get fixed in release build), there have been a few things I've noticed which are not related to game balance, but more about visual details etc. Most of these stuff has probably been noticed by other players too, so I'm not claiming anything as "first to discover". Enterprise F4U-1D rocket aircraft has F6F-5 models and carries 6 FFAR rockets instead of 8 HVAR's. Dev's have apparently acknowledged this issue and it's a mere mislabeling error. (Credit goes to El2aZeR) Graf Zeppelin Ta-152C is a high altitude interceptor aircraft, not a naval bomber. Dive bomber also creates Stuka siren sound effect while diving, even though Ta-152C never had them, or were planned to be used as a naval bomber at all. Lexington F4U-1D rocket aircraft carries rockets behind props, which would normally hit the prop if they were to ignite. Hakuryu J5N aircraft were never meant to be used as a Dive/Torpedo bomber. They were high altitude interceptor/heavy bombers that were designed to take on B-29's. Also stock torpedo bomber C6N Saiun, as built, never had torpedo or dive bombing capablities. Midway Kept the best and most abused kid for the best one. BTD-1's only saw limited production. 26 of them were made, none saw combat. Their service time ended before Midway was commissioned. On top of that, dive bombers carry TWO AN/M66 bombs which are 2000lb bombs, making it a 4000lb payload which is way above it's max bomb payload. The torpedo bombers use Bliss-Leavitt Mk.7 torpedoes which were used on destroyers and submarines only. F8F-1's and their rockets. That one underneath the fuselage looks so out of place it hurts my eyes. This applies more to HVAR rockets, as F6F-5's used to 'drop fire' their Tiny-Tim's, kind of like how dive bombers extend their bombs out of prop blades before releasing. And it's a bit out of topic, but Kronshtadt, even though having access to Surveillance Radar consumable, lacks a radar dish.
  4. CMDR_Edward

    World of Warships: Legends. Course for Early Access

    Right then. Although I can't help but notice from the pictures posted on the post, Furutaka is Tier 4 and Queen Elizabeth is Tier 5. Is this a topic under NDA for you to discuss, or can you shed some light to this ? @MrConway
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    World of Warships: Legends. Course for Early Access

    *Edit* Sure mate, and this is your own 'tinfoilhat' theory. Doesn't seem to be working after two months. They could've made PT rewards more appealing to draw more players to the PT server, without harming the live server with such radical changes. Testing the worst case scenario is not a bad idea, in fact, way better. It's not like when 0.8.0 hit live, everyone kept using their regular builds. Reddit is a thing. And you still can read the forums without posting much.
  6. Two words: Total Disaster. If the ammount of time and resources WASTED on this so called 'rework' were spent on something else, like for example fixing the existing carrier UI and making an actual training for manual drops etc. would've been better. Carrier gameplay is dead ladies and gentlemen, after a year of carrier and a half later, developers have finally accomplished their goals. I was hoping for Wargaming, at least the studio that is responsible from the development of WOWS, to not join the "2018, year of company screw up's" train, but they have proved me wrong. It's so sad to see a line that had it's own challenges, to get screwed up this badly.
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