19 days ago - Ahskance - Direct link

@Wolfswetpaws Nice drawing, but I do believe that is incorrect.

The Ping Indicator has a bend which indicates the direction that the ping is being fired in. Also, the indicator will be placed along the line of travel of the ping, though it can be appear in front of or behind the sub relative to when it was fired. The marker would not appear "beside" the sub, only on the line of travel.

19 days ago - Ahskance - Direct link

If a sub was stationary while pinging multiple vectors, it could give its direct position away. "X Marks the Spot"

19 days ago - Ahskance - Direct link

If a Sub is moving left-to-right relative to the line of travel, the sub would have displaced from it's position should ASW appear. Still, the bow of the marker would describe the line of ping travel.

19 days ago - Ahskance - Direct link

It's easier to see from above. When using the ASW Airstrike interface, it's more noticeable because of the height of the camera. It can also be seen from the side when close enough or having enough angle above the water to discern it.






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