THE RECOIL DOES NOT CHANGE WITH THE SCOPE.
recoil pattern should also vary between when hipfiring and ADS.
For me the most important thing in sight is that casing should not cover too much space - sometimes because of large casing I can miss few enemies (especially the closest ones)
MrWrong wrote: »
And i can't understand how they compensate something like this : i play with lowest FOV 65 and i move so slow and all players around me but when i move slider to i think 105 is max all are moving so fast. So let say you play fast game and i play slow game= in the same time against each other?
How they manage to do that?
Is there someone wise to explain it to me?
Midlord wrote: »
It's just a sensation from the angle of vision. With low fov your view is cut when the edges are some distance ahead, a lower angle of line of sight to wall. At 105 that angle is bigger, the edges are closer and to the sides. Get in a car. 65 field of view look 45º to the right. Then 105 would be looking80º to the right. Notice how the more you turn your head the faster you feel the car is moving. It's just that, a matter of perspective. Both are moving the same speed, just with one it feels faster than with the other.