Originally Posted by PENDRAG0ON
I've been dumped into a Dom match where the enemy had all three points, I singlehandedly turned it from a lopsided 150 ticket difference to losing by 30 by the end of the match. I play the objective, I keep moving from point to point and it keeps me in the action.
In a vehicle match I would have needed to take out the air support at least to attempt that, and covered long distances just to take one single point on the map.
I will say, point B needs a smaller capture radius and that roof needs some tweaks.
The point you make is exactly why I love, love, love vehicles. I've utterly wrecked whole teams that were spawncamping so many times it isn't even funny. Grab a jet and take out the air force to the point of embarrassment that they stop even using jets and helis. Park said jet, grab a tank and crush their armor. Obliterate their remaining daywalkers with the guns, and snipe out the campers with regular tank shells. Drive to nearest objective, take it and move on. If I had to hoof it on foot, I'd be dead before I even set foot out of the base.
No bragging here, as everyone knows that I suck at walking. All AVSers have done this an absurd number of times, either together or alone. We've had many, many runs where we would get up by hundreds of tickets, then switch teams and end up winning the match anyway. I still recall an epic game where about 5 of us joined in and were down by 650+ tickets in a 1000 ticket server and still won by 150+ tickets. Honestly, if you haven't played with the AVS crew, you've missed out on an endless procession of dominating comebacks and mind-blowing wins. On foot, we can be pretty good, but every single guy here is ridiculously beyond good with some sort of vehicle. If the other team is content to let said vehicle rape them in or out of their base, they deserve to get obliterated. Guys that are good in tanks, jets, and helis have earned the right to dominate...I've never once had guys on foot let me shoot them in the head out of pity.
With that said, any group of soldiers can stop good players in their tracks with teamwork
. CoD-types, so used to going rogue, rarely catch on to that.