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  • #7458

    Texanator
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    I like to play sequential turns against bots. Before, I would put it on camera 4 and follow each player’s shots including my own. Now, I follow my shot, but then the camera resets only to my tank. I can’t seem to follow the other players’ shots. Is there a way to configure this?

    #62745

    ArmorWraith
    Participant

    What version do you have, is it version 43a protocol eo?

    (To find this information open the scorched launch menu and check the header.)

    There is a new patch from 43 to 43a to fix such camera problems I believe.

    Armor

    #62746

    Texanator
    Participant

    43.2a (eo) – I just downloaded it today which is when I started noticing the different behavior

    #62747

    imported_gcamp
    Participant

    Yes this has changed, people complained that they didn’t want the camera to follow other shots when they were alive. Are you playing solo?

    #62748

    Texanator
    Participant

    Yes usually. The follow shot really came in handy.

    #62749

    Thrax
    Participant

    @texanator wrote:

    Yes usually. The follow shot really came in handy.

    Restricting your view to only one method can prevent you from seeing the
    whole picture. Try zooming back a bit and rotate around the entire map.
    In an online game, players positions and shielding can change while you
    are busy following a stray shot into the ocean.

    Seeing shots and impacts from different angles can help predict thier next
    action and adjust your own location and defences accordingly.

    #62750

    ArmorWraith
    Participant

    @thrax wrote:

    @texanator wrote:

    Yes usually. The follow shot really came in handy.

    Restricting your view to only one method can prevent you from seeing the
    whole picture. Try zooming back a bit and rotate around the entire map.
    In an online game, players positions and shielding can change while you
    are busy following a stray shot into the ocean.

    Seeing shots and impacts from different angles can help predict thier next
    action and adjust your own location and defences accordingly.

    and when aiming lasers 😀

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