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KRZYBooP #1 Posted Jun 17 2022 - 19:50

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Howdy Boom Jockeys!

 

Map: Redshire

Game mode: Standard Battle

Map size: 1,000x1,000 m

Redshire_minimap.png

These changes are aimed at improving the gameplay and balancing the sides on the map.

Redshire_locations_and_changes.png

1) Added the option of a safe retreat from the LT position (D6-7) for the upper base.

There is a protective terrain in front of the bushes that can be used to roll back if spotted.

1.1_Redshire_before.png / 1.1_Redshire_after.png

1.2_Redshire_before.png / 1.2_Redshire_after.png

1.3_Redshire_before.png / 1.3_Redshire_after.png

2) The drives to the airship from the upper base and the main firing positions in this direction have been closed.

The terrain has been reworked in order to make it possible to safely reach the main point of encounter in this direction without losing HP, as well as change or move away from firing positions without fear of receiving damage to the sides.

At the same time, additional positions were added that can be used when retreating.

2.1_Redshire_before.png / 2.1_Redshire_after.png

2.2_Redshire_before.png / 2.2_Redshire_after.png

3) Reworked the TD position of the top base in the B9 sector.

Decreased the number of trees that made it possible to fire at the main point of encounter for heavy tanks (under the airship) without being spotted.

3.1_Redshire_before.png / 3.1_Redshire_after.png

 

 

 

 



jc112203 #2 Posted Jun 21 2022 - 01:40

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I like changes to the North Heavy crossing. Heavies were punished just for getting into position, and retreating left few options. I'm not sure if the light position changes will have that big of an impact, but it could mean meds like STB could get hull down there. I can't really tell what changes they made to the TD position other than remove a tree. That spot was nice for surprising their heavies but it doesn't look like that will be possible without enough cover. Not sure how I feel about that. Overall, good changes.

Insane_Lex #3 Posted Jun 21 2022 - 14:10

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View PostKRZYBooP, on Jun 17 2022 - 19:50, said:

Howdy Boom Jockeys!

 

Map: Redshire

Game mode: Standard Battle

Map size: 1,000x1,000 m

Redshire_minimap.png

These changes are aimed at improving the gameplay and balancing the sides on the map.

Redshire_locations_and_changes.png

1) Added the option of a safe retreat from the LT position (D6-7) for the upper base.

There is a protective terrain in front of the bushes that can be used to roll back if spotted.

1.1_Redshire_before.png / 1.1_Redshire_after.png

1.2_Redshire_before.png / 1.2_Redshire_after.png

1.3_Redshire_before.png / 1.3_Redshire_after.png

2) The drives to the airship from the upper base and the main firing positions in this direction have been closed.

The terrain has been reworked in order to make it possible to safely reach the main point of encounter in this direction without losing HP, as well as change or move away from firing positions without fear of receiving damage to the sides.

At the same time, additional positions were added that can be used when retreating.

2.1_Redshire_before.png / 2.1_Redshire_after.png

2.2_Redshire_before.png / 2.2_Redshire_after.png

3) Reworked the TD position of the top base in the B9 sector.

Decreased the number of trees that made it possible to fire at the main point of encounter for heavy tanks (under the airship) without being spotted.

3.1_Redshire_before.png / 3.1_Redshire_after.png

 

 

 

 







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