Same as I had said in the other thread.
Just a few samples (RB):
A6M2 (12.1939/1940): 3.30 > 3.70
Bf 109 F-2 (1940/41: 3.30 (no change)
Bf 109 F-4 (1940/41): 4.00 (no change)
P-47D (Late 1943 - Altho conversion in game mid-late 1944): 3.70 > 3.30
P-38G (1943): 3.70 > 3.30
F6F-3 (1943): 3.00 (no change ?)
You guys know about planes and aerial combat. This balancing does not work. So why does this continue? You know this is not right.
A 1944 plane should not face 1940 planes even if the 1944 has a bad combat ratio.
This balancing has nothing to do with performance or introduction - this grows, pure and simple, out of a look at combat ratios.
Even if you place a P-47 at 2.00, so many will be shot down because the pilots refuse to learn and understand aerial combat.
Balance the planes by performance with a link to introduction date.
FW190 D-12 (late 1944/1945): 6.00 > 6.30
Me410 B6/R3: 5.30 > 5.70
F8F-1 (1945 but no operation in WWII): 5.70 > 5.30
P-51D (1944): 5.00 (no change)
P-39s (1941) US: 3.30 (no change)
P-63 A-5 (1943+): 3.30 (no change) 'what'?
P-63A-10/C-5: 4.00 (no change)
When will you stop kicking on those that want to help you and want to see this game succeed?
When will you stop appeasing those that want cheap fun, refuse to learn your game and want you to hand them victory on a silver platter?