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Monday, December 31st 2018, 3:42pm

Another quick one: I've seen in a couple of gameplay videos of youtubers that they have different colors for their RDS sights. I know you can change the crosshair colour (mine is purple), but I am specifically talking about the Nydar sight etc.. Is this a graphic card specific setting? Can you also set the intensity of the reticle like in BF4, because I find the BFV reticle a bit blurry. In BF4 I used a very clear RDS of different colours (ferrari red, green, dark blue, purple and settled for a bright blue), I find the yellow a bit underwhelming for identifying targets.

On a slightly related topic. On standard colour settings the marker you place with the spotting is red when you precisely hit an enemy or vehicle, or yellow for general markers. Once I changed the colour settings for flags and such, it turned white, and I find no way to change the colour back. The yellow was actually rather good to mark a spot and can be seen much better as a warning sign, when compared to the white one. How do I change that back separately?
Gameplay settings -> reflex/nydar sight color and sight glow.
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Monday, December 31st 2018, 4:16pm

Another quick one: I've seen in a couple of gameplay videos of youtubers that they have different colors for their RDS sights. I know you can change the crosshair colour (mine is purple), but I am specifically talking about the Nydar sight etc.. Is this a graphic card specific setting? Can you also set the intensity of the reticle like in BF4, because I find the BFV reticle a bit blurry. In BF4 I used a very clear RDS of different colours (ferrari red, green, dark blue, purple and settled for a bright blue), I find the yellow a bit underwhelming for identifying targets.

On a slightly related topic. On standard colour settings the marker you place with the spotting is red when you precisely hit an enemy or vehicle, or yellow for general markers. Once I changed the colour settings for flags and such, it turned white, and I find no way to change the colour back. The yellow was actually rather good to mark a spot and can be seen much better as a warning sign, when compared to the white one. How do I change that back separately?
Gameplay settings -> reflex/nydar sight color and sight glow.


Oh wow, thank you. Is that a new option? I swear I looked it up before and it wasn't there.

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Monday, December 31st 2018, 5:39pm

Oh wow, thank you. Is that a new option? I swear I looked it up before and it wasn't there.
It was adden in december patch)
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Recon 3x and Recon 6x.
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Tuesday, January 1st 2019, 6:16pm

Recon 3x and Recon 6x
SLRs too? Or only bolt-action?
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Wednesday, January 2nd 2019, 4:01am

Recon 3x and Recon 6x
SLRs too? Or only bolt-action?

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And another slew of questions:

If you choose the perk where you move faster while ADS, does this still affect your moving accuracy, as was the case in previous BF games, where moving speed had an influence on base spread?

Concerning spread: I have trouble hitting anything with the Panzerfaust. Does it have base spread or moving spread? Does "aiming" with it do anything to the accuracy? I tend to overshoot a lot with the Panzerfaust, even at closer ranges. The trajectory is definitely something odd.