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Why was not this a PK?

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Can anyone explain why was not this a PK in the video? The pilot was not even injured.
 


 

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34 minutes ago, [Pb]Cybermat47 said:

Was this online?


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Posted (edited)

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I see no reason why this should be a 100% no chance of survival whatsoever hit.

The round hit significantly in front of the pilot, not on the pilot. It likely injured him. Why does this have to be a killing shot?

Edited by [DBS]Browning

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You may have actually missed the pilot. This was a PK and looking at the log I hit the enemy with exactly one round and killed the pilot.

 

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The “hit fireball” is just a simplification of “where the bullet hit”, not a fireball of pk

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5 hours ago, MattS said:

 

Man you gave him a hell of a hotcrotch there 🤣


That guy probably wore asbestos panties.

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29 minutes ago, mincer said:


That guy probably wore asbestos panties.

 

What's wrong with panties? =p

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You got to remember: hit explosion rendering happens client side, aka what your client thinks happens. Damage application happens server side, it doesn't know or cares what your client sees. So with common ping values applied, most hits we see here probably landed somewhat behind the pilots in server reality. That's sadly how things have to be. Client authorative hit calculation is a nightmare because it'll lead to even more perplexing behaviour and is ripe for cheating.

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