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Friday, November 16th 2018, 2:01pm

In BF 5 we have different values of vertical recoil for stand, crouch and prone.

In my observation I have been noticed yesterday that Guns at least KEV 7 and G43 have much more vertical recoil when fired in stand position, compared to crouch and only small amount of recoil when in prone.

It is not because of bipod multiplication (except for KEV 7 prone) at least for G43 which do not have one.


Do You have similar observations?

It is something which is very new for BF series.

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Friday, November 16th 2018, 4:25pm

Yeah if I recall correctly this was what we see in the statdump from the Open Beta. This seems to be the case in the release build, too. Good Observation! I do wonder how significant it is in the end. TTK seem really fast in many cases regardless of stance.

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Friday, November 16th 2018, 6:11pm

Do You have similar observations?


If you look at the open beta dump thread, I noticed exactly this.

VRec:

For the G43
Prone: 0.2 (0.16)
Crouch: 0.28 (0.224)
Stand: 0.4 (0.32)

For the MP40
Prone: 0.02 (0.016)
Crouch: 0.028 (0.022)
Stand: 0.04 (0.032)


Basically, don't stand and shoot or it as much as doubles your VRec - those ratios are consistent among all the weapons I checked. Also, if you are on console, the reduced vertical recoil specialization can be helpful with higher zoom scopes, given that shooting while moving is very hard on console and not really a good playstyle with the G43 anyway.

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Saturday, November 17th 2018, 10:41pm

Does this affect the recoil, the spread recoil or both, by the way?

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Sunday, November 18th 2018, 12:35am

Does this affect the recoil, the spread recoil or both, by the way?


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Monday, November 19th 2018, 3:09am

Oh wow, this is really cool! Looks like I need to crouch more.
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Wednesday, November 21st 2018, 11:19pm

Hmmm, but fire from crouch and you give up that 60 percent side to side movement speed boost if you have it on a gun. From certain ranges with certain weapons, that's more useful to winning the fight I think.

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Thursday, November 22nd 2018, 1:38am

Hmmm, but fire from crouch and you give up that 60 percent side to side movement speed boost if you have it on a gun. From certain ranges with certain weapons, that's more useful to winning the fight I think.


It's a question of tradeoffs. In some situations, lower recoil with lower mobility is the better option, and in other situations higher mobility with higher recoil is the better option. Learning which is more beneficial when is a skill everyone needs to develop and improve, and I love that this is a thing.
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