Maps New 2018? any coming out

---Roscoe------Roscoe--- Posts: 4Player
edited December 2018 in General Discussion
Well 2-3x the size of the maps so the sniper can use the rifle for real over 500m shoots from middle map out, more levels then 3 inside one like a hospital(university ground -or- academy -or- apartment blocks Russia, Prague, Amsterdam style -or- the mountain of Switzerland), what about rain and snow (like sandstorm)
New maps needed--2019
  1. New maps needed--20198 votes
    1. Seasons, lighting(snow, rain, morning to day light)
    2. Bigger maps 2-3x
    3. All of the above


  • SiNsOfThEDeViLSiNsOfThEDeViL Posts: 106Player
    It would be cool. I miss Border Clash from 2.5

    Whatever you do, you cannot outrun the devil.

  • Duke_AudiDuke_Audi Posts: 346Beta Tester
    I doubt you will see 3+ levels or bigger maps in AAPG. These items take more time (over the 4 minute max.) and greater data through put. These are two of the biggest limiting factors that to my knowledge will not change in AAPG. The following 400 meter head shot video was recorded on a User Made Map named, All Terrain. It was one of the winning entries in the Great Outdoors Map Competition. The Dev's had to resize and change a lot of the visuals so it would fit within the AAPG gaming framework. They renamed the map Rocky Road.
  • 4DChessGenius4DChessGenius Posts: 2,161Player
    Super long range maps never play well anyway. Just ends up being a sniper fest and if you dont' have a sniper you're a sitting duck. Either that or you get SF Recon which was probably the most hated map in AA history.
    You joined the world's greatest army to become a graphic artist? Outstanding!
  • -=HELL=-Pr0b3-=HELL=-Pr0b3 Posts: 105Player
    I remember SF_Recon, loved it as I loved all the maps. Main problem in aa2 and also a big pluss was that the game had 200000+ players at a time in the start, when players started dropping out and soon after you had 30+ maps to select from, most stayed with only a few, and the most popular of the few are still here in AAPG.

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