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[WAD] Missiles acting weird - 6/20/2017 3:56:35 AM   
IceCreamSocialist

 

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Hey guys,
Having fun with the game and the new campaign, awesome work. One small thing I have noticed in the past 6 months or so is that whenever I fire my missiles from BVR, they seem to move into position behind the aircraft they're fired at. In short: they seem to be chasing their targets instead of intercepting them. Is this supposed to happen or is it a bug. Thanks
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RE: Missiles acting weird - 6/20/2017 4:28:55 AM   
Dimitris


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Hi,

Just a guess, but what you refer to is probably the vertical manouvering. The targeted aircraft dive to evade, the missiles dive down to catch up, the aircraft beam hard and the missiles appear to tail them on the horizontal plane whereas in reality they are still diving on them.

This is how it looks in 3D:






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