Brick force wkoncu hitboxy
Jednym z największych problemów Brick-Force był ten dotyczący Hitboxów. Strzały w głowę wykonywaliśmy od niechcenia, biorąc pod uwagę jak dużą część postaci zajmuje wyżej wymieniona.
Twórcy postanowili coś z tym zrobić i zmienili nieco zamierzenie punktów trafień. Od niedawna większą szanse na obrażenia krytyczne i słynny Head Shot daje nam prowadzenie ognia jak najbliżej środka głowy przeciwnika bo jak twierdzą twórcy tam właśnie znajduje się mózg postaci.
Szykując się do kolejnej batalii pamiętajcie jedno, ten punkt jest dość mały.
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