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Yup, I can confirm that a ww2 has a sweet spot when it comes to ping. I was pinging to servers in California at 15ms and experienced that I would get melted and have no reaction time 9 out of 10 times. So I experimented with other server locations that would give me a ping of 80 to 100ms and I would noticed the hit detection also was bad. Finally I found a server that pings 45-50ms and hit reg is finally acceptable 9 out of 10 times. Every now and then a will still feel horrible but I believe it has a lot to do with the players in lobby and how the game balances out the lag compensation. Play around with different servers with your geo filter until you find a server that is 40-50ms and share your results! Hope it works for anyone who tries this method...
I do this when I get tired of the Southern California Server, but usually when the San Francisco server comes up that one plays well and sometimes better than the So Cal server. But the Dallas Texas pings at about 43ms and is sweet and sometimes it is bad but that is because of the players with bad ping.
Do you seriously think calling out the "crybabies" will solve something? Or make anyone shut up?
No, it will only up the ante.
The first wave of complaints expressed discontent with the extended delay. The second wave follows up with how bad the PR is that three weeks after the announcement, not a single Netduma Staff Member has offered feedback. Yet they can manage to post XR500 messages via Twitter/Facebook/etc all day long.
At this point, if it's not out within this month, I encourage everyone that's actually impacted by the lack of development support to leave negative reviews across the web. If they can ignore our feedback, they can't ignore our financial impact on future customers.
Frustration is understandable but insighting a riot, smh.