Yes, we had a certain type of fog, until this past major update where there was an entire weather redux.
Having fog on the deck presents more of a challenge, as well as making the new (and VERY advanced for this stage) missiles struggle to lock targets. If “Having fog on the deck” doesn’t make the game enjoyable for you, it sounds like you’d rather have a much more simpler and lenient gameplay loop instead…
That’s something you need to learn. No new player comes into the game guns-blazing in the forums, they come across it over time and eventually familiarize themselves with it. That does not, however, give them the excuse of “but I didn’t know”. Each and every Major Update comes with a direct link to the changelog. A simple read-through will tell you EVERYTHING you need to know about it.
Defense of what? There’s nothing here that’s “taking advantage” of anybody, and my “defense” has nothing to do with that arbitrary idea.
There are no “constant fog games”. The fog itself only appears in:
- Low Cloud Covere
- Rain (if you count the small haze due to the rain)
- Storm (actual fog)
So… 5/12 weather presets range from mild → intense fog.
Have you ever tried looking at your altimeter? Your map? Maybe… Don’t fly in the middle of a dense cloud / fog?
Again, the most EASILY avoidable munitions in the top-tier scene. Have you never learned what an RWR is, nor did you notice the fact that all modern RWR systems now point out when a missile is receiving guidance?
I’m not assuming, it’s quite clear you “crash” very often. Even a mode as simple as ARB has a 0.75 K/D, and in ASB you have a 0.29 K/D overall… 0.31 in recent times.
As for “crashing when you want to leave”… You want to leave 4 times for every 1 kill you get? Your Harrier GR.7 is 0.26, mate. You get 1 kill for every 4 “crashes”.
Even your J-7E from your clip is 0.60… Not to mention that the clip itself as a display of skill is laughable enough.
I’ll be nice to those who invite it. When people decide to be willingly ignorant, make blanket conclusions with little to no understanding, and so on… You don’t really warrant any friendliness.
If you DO want me to be friendly, you can drop the hostile attitude towards topics that you, yourself, admit you know little to nothing of.