Making Enlisted a Better Place №31
Each update of "Making Enlisted a Better Place" focuses on a certain aspect of the game or a particular mechanic in which we’ve fixed bugs or have added interesting features.
The improvements are mostly or even completely based on the feedback you have left in the special topics and discussions on our forums and social media platforms.
Commanders, here’s another detail that’s definitely going to spice up your battles. On the islands of the Pacific War campaign you’ll find fearsome weapons — Ni05 lunge mines, those bombs on sticks that are so dangerous to enemy vehicles and their wielders both.
Just approach it and hold the “Pick up” button. You can do it as a soldier of any class and any nation — even when playing as the USA.
Almost forgot! The Ni05 mines have become much stronger in this update — both the ones you buy and the ones you find laying around. Try them out!
Deleting old logs
Enlisted is a technically complex project that we update and improve on a regular basis. To help us find possible errors, your client writes a lot of important information into its log from the time you open it until you close it again.
These logs help us determine the cause of many errors you tell us about. But they’re also taking up space!
Active players may find that their .logs~enlisted folder has grown up to several gigabytes in size. We’ll fix that! Now the client will automatically clean up logs that are over a week old.
The clean-up process will also start if the folder grows to 500 MB in size. Now the game will take up less space on the disk!
- Fixed an error that caused the flight instructor mechanism to not compensate for aircraft drift by the reactive momentum of the propeller. It could have caused the Fw 190 and IL-2M to deviate from their target when flying straight.
- Fixed an error that decreased the overload resistance of the SB-2M bomber.
We appreciate your feedback!
Lots of exciting game mechanics have been realized or improved thanks to your ideas. We are watching our communities, other Enlisted sites and regularly check the forum for your feedback and reports.
So share, suggest, and report!