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Mar 06 2014
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Hit Detection in CQC

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I would like an answer as to why I can have my reticule on an enemy in CQC and not get any hit markers.

 

This becomes especially troublesome when the enemy is either melee'ing me or about to slide melee me. Notwithstanding the fact that the slide melee mechanic is stupid, I shouldn't be punished in these situations by not registering legit hits.

 

If this is lag then it makes less sense. Why should melee get priority and hit markers literally not register? Why wouldn't it still give me the hit markers even if that means we both go down?

 

It doesn't matter the gun because all guns are affected by this logic but the shotgun and shorty are the wrost offenders. Why? It's simple: those weapons are solely CQC. How can I have my entire shotgun or shorty reticule on an enemy and NOT get a marker when I fire?

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Mar 6, 2014

Puzzles me too at times




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Mar 6, 2014
Cause **** logic. It's all about the hats.
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Mar 6, 2014
I also hate how much people twist around in melee, and how aim assist doesn't seem to be capable of following it. And then there are definitely times where your aim is dead on and nothing happens. I've had shots with the HR where there was literally nothing but enemy on my screen and my shot just didn't count. The enemy's still did, but even with pain wobble he still literally filled the entire scope but took no damage.
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Ive been point blank in front of someone with a shotgun and crouched a second before they fired at me and they miss completely. 

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Mar 6, 2014

Being that close while shooting at someone puts you at a great disadvantage. I'd either back up or brawl back

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Mar 6, 2014
Lag.
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Mar 6, 2014
The thing is it SHOULDN'T put you at a disadvantage. It should be impossible to miss them.
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Mar 6, 2014
I've never had this problem.

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Mar 6, 2014

AKyemeni wrote:
I've never had this problem.

Good for you

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