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MrTicky
28th Mar 2000, 05:43 AM
I think there should be nations replacing teams. Like for example, you join the blue team (US) or the Red Team (Russia), or the Green team (England), or the Gold team (Australia). My friends say that it is unrealistic to have a desert camo in a jungle map! And for the teams they should have weapons provide by their nation. Like the US team (blue) will have the M16A2 as a primary rifle, and the Aussiz (Gold) will have the Steyr AUG, and the English will have the Lee Enfield while the Russians will have the Ak-47.

If possible there should be an option saying; Environment Setting

And you can choose Jungle, Urban, Woodland, Marine, or Desert.

For Identification though, there should be arm-bands, different helms/etc. and stuff.

Thanx for reading! Hope this suggestion gets to ya! Cya mates!


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Snakeye
28th Mar 2000, 05:59 AM
I don't think that it's that easy to identify a bot if all of them are green..
I have a black bot, and used to kill it because I mistook it for a blue one..

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MrTicky
28th Mar 2000, 06:02 AM
Friendly FIRE Friendly FIRE!
Hold ya fire dirtbag!
hehe

It's just a suggestion mate! /infopop/emoticons/icon_smile.gif

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Warren
28th Mar 2000, 05:56 PM
This has been suggested before and debated before, in a different form. Infiltration up to 3.0 will not have a class system. Everyone can access every weapon at will. After 3.0 we MIGHT consider looking at an optional class system which could include uniforms from other countries. I emphasize might, and optional. Also, tell your friend that many countries use various camo patterns for various training environments.. I've got a handful of pictures of desert camo running around with jungle. I've also experienced it first hand.

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Snakeye
29th Mar 2000, 04:14 AM
Don't think anybody will be able to yell 'friendly fire', when I put a 7.62 throug his/her head..
Same with the Robar..
Maybe with the AT4 you could yell it as final words /infopop/emoticons/icon_biggrin.gif

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MrTicky
29th Mar 2000, 08:47 AM
Yeah, thanx Warren!

At least I wont have my mates saying INF is unrealistic! /infopop/emoticons/icon_smile.gif

But I dont think we are going to have a jungle map, since we have to find a way to prevent lag while adding whords of bush!

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Mr. T
30th Mar 2000, 02:23 AM
But I would think it would be possible to create a map that has a jungle type feel to it without lagging down your machine. Just decrease the density of the jungle and add caves, tunnels, or buildings that lead to other sections of jungle. That way you could break it up into zones. It wouldn't have to be one huge massive outdoor jungle. Also, adding fog and decreasing the visibility with less lighting would give it a jungle type feel. You wouldn't necessarily need a ton of trees, only some scattered around with bushes, and a lot of them could be combined into one brush, thus decreasing the number of total brushes displayed on the map. Create the ability to climb certain trees for sniping. Strategically place stationary weapons and bunkers. Add boulders or undulations in the land to provide further cover. Create a POW camp that must be infiltrated in an assault game.

I can imagine playing INF with a map like the jungle map in Goldeneye. Oh yeah.

Bad.Mojo
30th Mar 2000, 02:45 AM
Agreed, Mr. T. I thought the jungle level in Bond was pretty well done. And any UT level could be far superior to that. Not only is the engine superior, but the technology's better as well. People just need to be creative in keeping the poly's down. Your idea of fog is pretty damn good, since jungles tend to be highly humid, and low lighting as well, due to the canopy.