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XyZspineZyX
07-10-2003, 04:11 AM
Anyone else notice errors in the loadouts for the IL-2, For example when you choose 6 FAB-50 bombs there should be 4 inside the internal bomb bays & 2 hanging from the external racks, The external ones are missing & the VAP-250 caninsters are supposed to have 18 individual globe like bombs yet when i use this weapon only one drops out of the caninsters & it tells me the weapon is out of ammo, If these are bugs will they be fixed in the upcoming patch.

"An attack against a unit of Flying Fortresses was something like controlled suicide...Sometimes 50, Sometimes 80 machine guns were firing at you... You attempted to close your eyes & continue to fire, Frightened to death, Frightened to death."

Oberst Johannes Steinhoff (176 kills)

XyZspineZyX
07-10-2003, 04:11 AM
Anyone else notice errors in the loadouts for the IL-2, For example when you choose 6 FAB-50 bombs there should be 4 inside the internal bomb bays & 2 hanging from the external racks, The external ones are missing & the VAP-250 caninsters are supposed to have 18 individual globe like bombs yet when i use this weapon only one drops out of the caninsters & it tells me the weapon is out of ammo, If these are bugs will they be fixed in the upcoming patch.

"An attack against a unit of Flying Fortresses was something like controlled suicide...Sometimes 50, Sometimes 80 machine guns were firing at you... You attempted to close your eyes & continue to fire, Frightened to death, Frightened to death."

Oberst Johannes Steinhoff (176 kills)

XyZspineZyX
07-10-2003, 01:13 PM
VAP bug is reported already.

That 6 FAB50 is interesting... I thought it was like that, at least in Il-2... maybe FB changed it /i/smilies/16x16_smiley-surprised.gif .


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