Okey, yeha where should I start, I downloaded the latest Battlefield 2 patch yesterday. I didn’t play it tho, I just went to bed. But I did however play it today. Some of the great things that I loved was how smoothly everything ran. At the start of each round you get a bit more lag then you did before the patch, but overall It’s running way more smoothly, especially when playing Helicopter. I actually managed to play on a server where I had about 110 ping and didn’t even notice a difference from running on a 20 ping server, which is a GREAT improvement for being such an old and buggy engine. However, they also messed around with the deviation and such which makes it impossible to hit anything while laying in prone. I laughed for hours just by trying to spray people in different positions. (My god that sounds wrong.) You can seriously just jump into a bunch of enemy soldiers staying like a meter away from them and not getting hit. Also since pretty much the whole netcode seems to have been reworked, no-one can hit anything with anything. It’s darn fun, you can run around with the tank and ninja’ing the enemy helicopters. You can actually make two enemy helicopters crash into eachother cause no-one can hit with the TV-missiles! And I haven’t checked the airplanes yet but they seem to be overpowered, I did however shoot an F-35B down today, with the tank. Oh yeha, the Anti-Tank weapons are overpowered too. The sub-machineguns, not the anti-tank missiles.
Also on a short notice, I just would like to say goodbye to the Engineerisaac Network. I’m really sad, but for those of you who didn’t know, the Engineerisaac Network has been shut down. The only project left is SlideFuse, an online television software, but it includes other bits such as my softwares (how they got there I have no idea, but at least I get some publicity), but overall It’s looking very nice, and I’m working on some stuff for it that you guys will love. But I need to get more time for that.
Oh yeha, by the way, I’m sick. I think It’s the swine flu (or whatever you call it in english/american), so I’m going to check it at the hospital tomorrow.