This is incorrect. We are not limiting this missile for "balance" reasons. If we were, quite simply we would just say this. As its been the case for other missiles (for example PARS 3) where we have had to artificially downgrade its performance in order to have it in game in some capacity. This isn't the case for Magic 2.
We have used the G overload value mentioned in multiple sources for the Magic 2, as well as based on all currently acquired or submitted information so far via reports on Magic 2.
The developers have taken into consideration all sources so far submitted and conducted re-reviews into what we already had. We dont dispute that some sources make a claim of 50G. However based on the fact that others directly claim 35G as well as the fact that the currently known differences both structurally and technologically between Magic 1 and 2, as well as all information we have from other missiles in the period, there is currently nothing to actually show or suggest the sources that claim 50G are fully correct. So the value of 35G also stated in multiple sources for the Magic 2 was selected as the most realistic and accurate until those conflicts and clear information gaps can be concluded.
There is currently no concreate evidence to support your claim that "sensors and informatic limitation" are what allowed the Magic 2 to pull 50G. If there was clear written source based information that said that, it can be passed and taken into consideration. But there currently isn't. So far we have seen some sources that conflict Magic 2 for MICA values and others that directly confirm that the Range, Gimbal and Sensitive were the only differences between Magic 1 and 2, not manoeuvring overload:
So I would ask that you please keep the discussion at hand constructive rather than making false claims about why the missile is why it is, when we have explained the situation now several times and are in fact not trying to mislead anyone. But basing the missile on all available and known information that can be fully supported.
If something was done for balance, we would simply say so. We welcome any further sources or confirmatory information on the matter.