First off, I don't have a problem with this - but I have been accused of glitching, hacking, and otherwise exploiting several times over the last couple days in the beta. Not because of my aim, movement, or anything like that, but because of how I use inclines in the game.
For example, if I'm on a stairway or ramp (going up) - I typically will go prone on about the 2nd or 3rd stair. Just enough so that when I'm zoomed in, my scope sight is above the flat level of the map. Obviously this makes me difficult to target by design - and is something I'm sure many people do. It allows me to have a pretty good line of sight - but does restrict my aim somewhat. However as I mentioned, many people have accused me of cheating in one form or another when I do this. It's not like I do it all round long, or even for exceptionally prolonged periods - usually I just ensure the way is clear before I clear the stairs and enter into the turkey shoot that exists in almost every hallway in the game.
I know in previous betas, there was much kafuffle about belly work (belly flopping in firefights, etc) - but what do other players (and of course devs and gms) think about this tactic? IMO, my gun is over the top most stair, so there must be something for other players to target, no matter how difficult it is - but because of the forced perspective - I can't really tell what has cleared the stairs and what has not.
I view it as a legit tactic and will continue to employ it until otherwise - however it does seem to anger a lot of players (less qq, more pew pew?) - but I am curious to hear others thoughts and perceptions on this.
Do you consider it to be glitching/exploiting, or is it fine? And much like the afore mentioned belly diving, is it going to become a problem that needs to be dealt with in some way via the devs / gms or should players just suck it up and stay the heck off my lawn?