The Soviets suffer the same interception bug as the Germans or just the Germans. I thought I read just the Germans?????
Found the bug. Intercepts were not calling base resupply routine, that's why there was not enough to launch more aircraft (minimum of resources were granted by other routine, so some flew, but not all).
There is no mention of Germans in specific, he could confirm, but it seems like a general routine. From my own observations it seems that the distance to the supply depot has some impact, so airbases further from the supply depots would be more affected, which might explain why the Germans are hit harder by it in 1941-42, but I also observed some uneven Soviet interception response, often none at all.
I have set up to test that in my current PBEM game in the last turn I sent, the situation on the map was perfect and I mentionned it to my opponent, but he has some health problems and the game has been in hiatus for a few weeks now. But if someone can confirm or disprove before I receive it back, I'd like to know.
For the supply problems, I agree it seems harder on the soviet side in the long run but it's not yet very clear.
< Message edited by joelmar -- 6/19/2020 2:41:48 AM >
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