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npole

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  1. IMO the module isn't anywhere to be ready, neither for an early access, so It'll be the last available day (end of March), only because they "cannot" move the date further at this point. So not the optimal conditions... but not releasing it after the "100% promise" would cause even more troubles.
  2. 21st is in 6 days, and according to their words: "We will give you ample warning to pre-order once we set a specific date" a "ample warning" whatever definition you could give to word, isn't anywhere near 6 days. So it's sure it won't come the 21st (nor it would come in December). We'll see it any day between January and March, and we'll know it much before (you won't see a communicate saying: "It'll be released next week").
  3. He had the F14 in his (ED) version by long time, you can see it in the main menu in the old videos. That's indeed expected, how they could test the module otherwise. It's not an indication of an imminent release.
  4. It's already in the game, you can search on youtube to see how it will work. However on general note: a target is designated by someone else (JTAC, another aircraft.. whatever..), the coordinates of that target are passed to you along with the laser code (4 digits, actually it seems to work only 1688 code), the laser code is then input in the instrumentation, when you're ready to fire you ask to "lase on", JTAC will light the target and you'll fire your weapon. Example with the Mirage: (laser on at 20:31)
  5. By quoting those messages you didn't answered to the question: "does it mean that the MAV is expected the 7th" ? (taking in consideration that everything is subjected to change...).
  6. In his defense you can't even figure what's out the next week, because of the ambiguous messages from Wags. "Team is plugging away at the L Mav." ...what does this mean? They are working at it but it will not be in the next OB update? Do these features will come together, or they will be added as soon they'll be ready, individually? Updates are so confusing.
  7. You're not doing anything wrong and you're not alone. CCRP with unguided bombs are already a pain to use on an aircraft with the full set of sensors in order (A10C) and a working INS and wind correction, with the F18 that is far to be completed and without a TGP they are much less precise than using them with CCIP at a correct angle. In other words: it's "normal".
  8. There's no guided or self-adjusted bombs, CCRP (Auto) is much less precise than CCIP. Also be sure to not use the snake eye (retarded) bombs in CCRP without activating the RET ...in theory they can be used without it, but in practice they go all over the place.
  9. We give our contribution to the game. You are giving (with this thread) no contribute, instead you're judging other people. This is not Facebook, we don't need priests and psychologists. Let's discuss about the game, not about the persons.
  10. It's not my problem.. but yours: if you read carefully I was answering to someone else, I wasn't talking about ED, but about who do not respect their customers with the excuse of "early access".
  11. "They" who? We aren't talking about ED... we're talking about someone who doesn't give constant updates to their customers or even worse giving contradicting information. That one (that isn't ED) is destined to fail. Customers are the ones who are paying you.. not your beta testers. And this involves the early access products: they are 100% sold product, they are put on sale to monetize early a product and not to please some random people, whoever will pay for it is a 100% customer not a beta tester. If you don't want to have people complain: do not release anything in EA and pay your beta testers until the release day (that was a common development practice until thie "EA" manner come out in mass).
  12. You will fail .. unless you distribute free products. Disappointed customers are very voicy on the net.
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