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Create new option for Career Mode: "air-activity density"

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The new Rhineland  in Career Mode it is not playable for me when using the same settings I have for Stalingrad/Moscow maps. The framerate is too slow. This really sucks because I exclusively play Career Mode nowadays, therefore I cannot enjoy those new well-modelled and interesting Bondeplatte aircraft. I am sure I am not the only one in this predicament.

 

To alleviate this I would suggest for developers to add a new option in the Career Mode mission settings called "air-activity density" (or something like that). This option when set to low would reduce the number of aircraft in the air, thus improving framerate. As a side benefit some people may actually prefer less aircraft in the air (because too many is overwhelming for them).

 

Thanks for your time in consideration of my request.

 

SUMMARY:

Split existing "frontline-activity density" Career Mode option into 2 new options:

1) ground frontline-activity density

2) air frontlile-activity density

 

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I just wanted to add that limiting number of simultaneous planes in careers and scripted missions would also be a lifesaver for VR players, who did all they could to wring out a few more frames per second, only to see their effort nullified in many common career mission types like "destroy ground attackers","troops cover","escort bombers" etc.

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On 1/18/2020 at 11:56 AM, WheelwrightPL said:

Split existing "frontline-activity density" Career Mode option into 2 new options:

1) ground frontline-activity density

2) air frontlile-activity density

 

I'd like to add flak density to that, because while I would prefer having higher flak concentrations, I'd also like to keep the ground troop densitiy down to preserve fps.

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