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Hi Developers, I purchased the game last night to try it out, but I have run into 2 issues: Firstly, upon launching the game, I receive the 'Battalion has crashed' error message that other people have reported as well. After I close the error message, the game just loads fine and I can start playing. My other issue is -I'm not sure if it's in connection with the previous error message and something goes wrong in the background- that I can't press 'MoveLeft/MoveRight' and 'LeanLeft/LeanRight' at the same time, so in my example: I can't press A and Q or D and E together, because my character wouldn't move while leaning. It accepts leaning, but then wouldn't move to the direction that I'm pressing. My PC: Windows 7 Intel Core i5 4440 Nvidia GTX 760 8 GB RAM I have the game installed on HDD. Keyboard: Speedlink Snappy USB Keyboard I can live with the game has crashed error message, because the game loads eventually, but the issue with leaning is quite annoying. Any input in resolving that issue is greatly appreciated. Thanks, Daniel
Hi Guys, I`m an old school player, i played and still play old school fps games such as Moh:AA, UT 2k4, CS, Cod1 and 2, Quake 3, FarCry and so on.. (Yeah, the new ones are too realistic for me and not "fun" games as the old ones) There is thousands and thousands of old school Moh:aa players that loved this online game just for the purpose of being able to lean left and right while running, crouching and jumping. The lean was'nt only a slow motion left or right horizontal step, it was literally a 45 degrees rotation of the screen an THIS was absolutely amazing. Some servers had it, and some just disabled it. Is this something that might exist in Battalion? If not, thanks for keeping this idea and hoping that it'll become a reality. This, to be honest, may bring a lot of person. And last, THANK you for this incredible work and amazing idea of bringing back the "Old school" game play.
HI! Dunno if anyone has allready suggested this before. But as i was playing i thought the lean/peak system should be tilted a littlebit instead of just being a flat horizontal movement. This just to make it feel just a little bit more realistic. Like u actually would be peaking (upper body) instead of moving urself (whole body) horizontal. - Proffa