Your guess would be incorrect. I am a programmer, so I know exactly how difficult it is to program plausible AI.
Hah, funny thing is, I am a programmer, too. And I have a very different opinion on the plausibility of good AI.
Well, maybe not.
Here you say it is "difficult".
That I would agree with 100%.
But what led to my guess about you being clueless about programming is that, above, you said that the AI is "still going to suck after they make changes to it"). That's a very different statement from "difficult". Ok, let's accept that you were so swept away by your superior MP skills that you found yourself choked in admiration and did not catch that when you meant to type "it is going to be difficult to make the AI not suck" it was autocorrected by some AI on your end to say what you said (which implied that that you understood the code base well enough to provide 100% insight into its future potential).
So, now your contribution to the thread stands at: (1) the AI sucks; (2) it is going to be difficult to make it not suck.
These are both points that I, and many others I am sure, would agree with. How useful these are, though, I leave everyone to judge for themselves.
Either way, thank you again.
Did Hartmann spend a lot of time in the IL-2 or PE-2?
Btw, staying away from MP is definitely a good decision by you.
Oh, I dare not step into the MP arena. I am sure that I will be taken out even before I take off due to my nematode-level of flying skills, completely corrupted as they were in SP. But more than that, I would hate to tangle it up with folks who do not understand the difference between a rhetorical allusion and a literal comparison. Just not my kind of people. Luckily for me, though, I do not find that my self-esteem, self-worth, or ego rests very much on my capability in pretending to shoot down folks in pretend aerial engagements in a pretend world online in MP. So it's all good.
Edited by Bearfoot, 18 September 2016 - 18:18.