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Please get rid of this simulated marsh thing. Tanks driving through towns, cities are manually driving at max 8 mph. I am pretty sure cities arent built on marshland. Some of these ideas that are created to simulate things turn out to be bad ideas.

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That's a pathfinding issue most likely.

 

Units are trying to find their path so they get slowed down as pathfinding gets stuck in a recalculation loop, usually bringing a server's FPS down with it.

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On 6/18/2021 at 2:32 AM, NineLine said:

Please include a track so I can see exactly what you are seeing, then I will report. I do feel vehicles overall are slower than they need to be, but best to have a track of your issue to confirm. Thanks.

this usually happen when vehicle enter forest area of a map while there may not be trees or clutters in that area. but it will slow down that vehicle in those green boundaries.

this is track file. note that i was pressing "w" button from start to end of track.

track file.trk

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AI and Human controlled vehicles should have the same limitation.

Can't have AI be driving at 5mph, because of a hill/forest, but a player zipping at 40mph at the same place.

Same with damage... if vehicle is damaged to an extent where the AI can no longer use the weapons or move at a rate faster than 7mph, the same penalty should be applied to that unit if a player jumps in it.

Currently, if you get damaged, while operating a vehicle, no speed penalty is implied, until you exit and re-enter the vehicle. There is no weapon penalties to player controlled 
vehicles. You can always operate your weapons in armored vehicle. (Radar can be disabled)
 


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Everybody gotta be offended and take it personally now-a-days

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