It does because planes aren’t always directly above you. If an aircraft is flying low around 1km away from you, it doesn’t have to point above 25 degrees vertically to hit it. What a stupid thing to insinuate.
They aren’t perfect by any means, but this this MG “problem” has already been balanced out.
You don’t just take random parts of things for a quote, it’s bad writing. You quoting me to show what your replying to is the exact reason you should use the whole sentence and not change the quoted sentences grammar because it changes the meaning and can confuse others.
What range would they be zeroed to hit? Where would this adjustment be? Would it be trained at 0 degress x/y and be useless because they wouldn’t actually hit anything? It doesn’t make any sense to make that change because it would render them useless.
All of the other nations have 12.7mm rooftop HMGs and rifle caliber LMGs even though you think they don’t. You can try to deny that, but you’d just be wrong. Heres an example for you; the IS-2 can kill American light vehicles like the T92 because it has a 12.7mm rooftop HMG.
It’s baffling that you think I can’t understand something and disagree with it. I don’t agree with removing features from the game without good quantifyable reason to do so.
You want to explain to me how disabling rooftop MGs wouldn’t be different from removing them? An MG that doesn’t work is effectively removed because it can’t contribute to the fight.