Please use the CWR2 CBT to help us provide a better experience.
Which isn´t a bad thing, apart from being tremendously cheap, in my opinion. :P
And it makes no sense, again, for both factions to use exactly the same MBT. Maybe the vehicles shown right now are just placeholders? Who knows...
http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fb...7495269&type=1 NATO Merkava (Also seen demoed in the E3 demonstration)
And: http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fb...7495269&type=1 OPFOR Merkava (Also seen in the E3 demo, during the physics demonstration, along with the OPFOR Namer APC.)
The only difference between Nato and Opfor Merkava is that the Nato one is plain grey-green, while the Opfor one has digital camouflage.
Last edited by InstaGoat; Jun 18 2011 at 14:36.
Encumbrance + Fatigue System basic suggestions: http://feedback.arma3.com/view.php?id=11030
Suggestion for improvement in absence of 3D vehicle interiors: http://feedback.arma3.com/view.php?id=12555
Request to improve control of vehicle AI: control turning out, weapons and engine on/off: http://feedback.arma3.com/view.php?id=13397
DR style handling of Missile Launcher reloading: http://feedback.arma3.com/view.php?id=11075
How do you figure these are opfor and blufor? Perhaps one is 'independent'.
Well ... NATO is almost out of Europe . The covert mission failed so they had to assemble a force to take the island . They simply gave up on the tanks so they can bring more light armored vehicles that can be converted in tanks killers .
They simply chose flexibility and speed over firepower .
I´d also think Independents would try to distinguish their vehicles from those of other opposing parties. Think the green ID stripes of the captured russian tanks in OFP:R. No such thing here. I think it´s safe to say that these represent nato and opfor merkavas, respectively.
But still, merkavas for nato wouldn´t be a problem. But why is opfor using them?
A few things to note:
1)- Both Merkava tanks (NATO and OPFOR) were using Israeli camouflage. The NATO one was using standard Israeli OD Grey/Green, the OPFOR was using an older and rarely used Israeli camo scheme.
2)- Both tanks had Trophy, although the OPFOR also had an Namer AFV.
To be honest, I have no idea where BIS is going with this.
Last edited by Brute Force; Jun 18 2011 at 20:09.
Just have to wait and see.
Merkavas and T-72s would be nice, like we have the T-90/T-72, and the T-72/T-55.
One of the OFP "Veterans"