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I really enjoy playing warfare missions (e.g. War Welcome), especially in coop mode with my friend. But since we're only 2 people, we have to rely on AI to fill up the game. My problem is that after some time into the game (30 min to 1 hour), the AI begins to spam APCs and Tanks, completely ignoring other light vehicles and most importantly INFANTRY. It makes the game kinda repetitive and pretty easy, since all we do at that stage is to equip our squads with javelins and then blow vehicles up from across the map. I no longer move in fear, constantly scanning the surrounding in fear of an infantry ambush (vehicles are much easier to spot and hear) and I no longer have to think about getting the right balance of troops: I just spam AT units.
So I was wondering if anyone was willing to tweak the warfare mode - maybe in the form of a mod - to prevent the AI from spamming APCs and tanks later in the game, and change the balance of units to having mostly infantry, fewer APCs and light vehicles and even fewer tanks (I would do it myself but I don't know how to).
Imeni Makhtumkuli, Turkmenistan (Caspian Border from BF3). Or, if there's any existing island that resembles Caspian Border, that'd be great too (if you suggest anything, don't suggest Chernarus, Lingor, or Panthera, as they aren't like Caspian Border). Basically, it'd be nice to have a generally green map (no orange, brown, or yellow vegetation) with a large relatively flat area with some buildings and hills, and woodland with roads/paths cutting through. Like Caspian Border.
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It's grassy, bumpy, but relatively flat terrain, sectioned off by groups of trees. Not foresty with pockets of flat terrain.
Last edited by antoineflemming; Sep 2 2011 at 17:06.
"bumpy" = flat?
If bumpy = hilly, and my eyesight = true, then your eyesight = false.
bump < hill, noob.
Bumpy < hill, however...
If # of bumps > # of flat areas, then bumpy does not = "relatively flat".
I think he's just saying that it's not mountainous but has small, rolling hills.
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