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  1. I see. Well thank you guys for letting me know about this.
  2. Oh I didn't know that. So does that mean, when I have two allied forces, I can have one use (for example) German voices and the other one US voices?
  3. I am aware what follows will probably be considered too much effort for too little to gain but here we go anyway. I'd love to have the option to set the voices of a vehicle to the language of the country which produced/ owns the vehicle. So if I am inside an M1 I'd get the US voice lines, inside a Challenger I'd get the UK voices lines and inside a Leopard I'd get German voice lines. Now I am aware that for example the Leopard is used by many countries so it would be cool if the camouflage scheme would also determin the language spoken. I understand not everyone wants that so it would probably be great to have an option to turn it off.
    That was pretty solid. Short scenario that isn't difficult but pretty satisfying. I like it.
  4. Some of those sound very good. Can't wait for it.
  5. I'm interested, however it depends on the time frame of these mission. The new semester just started and I won't have unlimited spare time to sink into Steel Beasts.
  6. I saw your comment and wanted to check because I had not noticed that yet. What I quickly noticed is that (at least sometimes) the gunner sits too high. In the image provided below the gunner sits on the back rest of the gunner seat. 😁 For reference the same situation inside the A4 with the gunner properly sitting in his seat. Not that that's something super important, I just realised it and thought I'd let you know.
  7. I'm most likely not home this time. As always have fun and good shooting.
  8. Some updates to the tutorials would be lovely. I just saw the ones for the Leopard 2 TC position. In all of which the text says the distance needs to be input by pressing the key on the keyboard and pressing enter. They all say the Kommandantenbediengerät is currently not modelled. Which is no longer the case. (This was in the German tutorial)
  9. I tried it on the Leopard 2A4 (also in the tutorial) where it appears to work wonderfully.
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