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I don't know if this suggestion has been discussed already, but I tried to search for it. - so forgive me If that's the case. Sometimes weekends are horrible, and this one is no exception. Yesterday my two div buddies and I, had quite a few tier X battles that lasted like 7-10 minutes. Its actually much much shorter than most tier 1-2 matches. When looking at the scoreboard after the game, either team had any player who made anything remarkable, in fact it was poor allover. The top player on the winning team had like 1300 XP´ish - in a tier X game! I doubt its satisfactory for any player, winning or losing regardless. Suggestion: If the game lasts XX minutes, under the full 20 minutes, then boost the XP proportionally, with xx percent. Maybe it could be tweaked, so the boost would not be 200% if the game only lasts 10 minutes, but 180%, as some games lasts 18 minutes.- It should be based on average/expected match duration. - I assume the credits, is linked to the base XP? I'm not a math guy, but I'm sure somebody here could make an equation, of how it should be calculated. Another solution could be a better and more fair matchmaking, but that's probably not gonna happen...
Audio stutter in places and unplayable "de-sync" between myself and servers since the latest update.
RenamedUser_529320918 posted a topic in General DiscussionSince the most recent update to World of Warships I have been experiencing horrendous audio and frame stutter in places in game. (Most notably on the login screen.) As well as absolutely horrid de-sync between myself and the servers when in game, making battles literally unplayable. Strangely enough, I don't think this is an internet issue. When playing (On EUW) I tend to get no higher than 50 ping, minimum of 60fps and very rarely do I get "lag spikes." Also never have this type of issue on other games (I play CS:GO a lot and its really noticeable when I'm lagging due to my internet) Despite this my de-sync is absolutely awful, with ships sometimes being a ships length away than where they are shown on my screen. As a result I have tried reinstalling the game, and updating audio and video card drivers, but to no avail. PC Specs for anyone who is interested/thinks they may be relevant: OS: Windows 7 Home Premium SP1 64Bit CPU: AMD FX-6300 (6 cores clocked at 3.5GHz) Motherboard: ASUS M5A78L-M GPU: AMD Radeon R9 270X 4GB edition RAM: 16GB DDR3 1600MHz As you can see from my specs I really don't think this a performance issue either, as stated earlier I get 60fps in game on high settings despite the de-sync. Anyone got any suggestions or potential solutions?