Do thunderbolt and Chrysler break WG policy?
Дата: 18.09.2021 21:25:48
Draschel: The more we find out, the better. Knowledge is power.The purpose of this thread isn't to scream foul; buff Chrysler, buff thunderslow. But they are at least entitled to their in-game listed powertrain of 1,200, 500? I do not know about everyone else, but I purchased a Chrysler years ago, under the assumption it.....would at least have whats listed/advertised? Great heavy tank HP/T and cross country handling. But what we are finding out more and more with theorymon, in that the hidden ontop of the hidden stats....not cool. Hey lets scam people out of terrain resistances and horsepower, why not. I cannot say that I, per se bought my thunder-slow for its speed and mobility, but I know why I did buy it and NOT THINK about, and thats getting robbed horsepower on an already slow tank. Who would buy stuff like that from the store? How about this, put out a public test stage (I) nerfing FV4005 reverse, top speed, aim-time, accuracy, engine....then concede the nerfs too severe. Have test stage (II) leave the engine alone so HP/T doesn't get touched. But silently, ninja nerf the engine anyway and not have people understand it for 2 years. Why doesn't my Patriot handle like E75TS, Renegade? Because its ninja terrain handling is as bad as T34 and T30, that was not advertised on its sale. I have played world of tanks for a decade, and its these under-handed, dishonoring tactics which irritate me the most. Why do IS6, Defender, 112, Bisonte, Somua handle better than you'd expect? Well, they are the opposite, they are given bonuses rather than nerfs. lolWhy can't we live, shop, purchase actual listed values? Should things be hidden? And even now, with people complaining about it for 10 years