Bridge Crossing

You should try to prepare this map?
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  • [ENG]Uni-Sol[ENG]Uni-Sol Posts: 3,187Player
    edited May 2015
    I think he meant repair :lol:

    Give bridge and extra route by providing maintenance* access on the underside, and it shall profit.

    (* Idea for such a place)
  • Dem@nDem@n Posts: 564Player
    once upon a time there was a map called Bridge SE,with a valley passage under the bridge that connected the two spwans of each side.
  • AvgusteAvguste Posts: 120Player
    I think Bridge SE is available in the Steam Workshop
  • SOPMODSOPMOD Posts: 230Player
    Bridge SE didn't do very much in AA2. It would do even less for AAPG. It was basically an empty, very open valley. When someone fell off the bridge and landed in the valley that was always funny though. :)

    Something like badabing suggested would be more interesting to try.
  • Gronfather@twitchGronfather@twitch Posts: 466Player
    Bridge needs 203s for a comeback
  • frankoffrankof Posts: 1,018Moderator
    and no railings, wheres the fun with a bridge you cant fall of?
  • `xinoN`xinoN Posts: 351Player
    There were bridge-only tournaments back in the days.. It was never my fav map tho.
    From an art point of view the map's environment is really cool imo (even though it's training themed).
  • AvgusteAvguste Posts: 120Player
    Definitely agree on the need for 203s
  • Gronfather@twitchGronfather@twitch Posts: 466Player
    frankof wrote: »
    and no railings, wheres the fun with a bridge you cant fall of?

    Yeah, can you shoot people off the bridge? I don't think I've tried that. If you can't, you should be able too
  • -=[VGO]=-mmchaos-=[VGO]=-mmchaos Posts: 83Moderator
    the last bridge version we got in aa 2.8.5 had a tunnel under the bridge. it had intel that moved each round that you had to identify.
  • Gronfather@twitchGronfather@twitch Posts: 466Player
    Yeah what was that called? Bridge something, hmmm now I'll think about this all day lol
  • ProceduralPolyMathProceduralPolyMath Posts: 96Player
    edited May 2015
    frankof wrote: »
    and no railings, wheres the fun with a bridge you cant fall of?

    Are you crazy? Risks? No... :P
  • SOPMODSOPMOD Posts: 230Player
    Yeah what was that called? Bridge something, hmmm now I'll think about this all day lol

    ES2 Bridge? I don't think i played much anymore at this point. So i wouldn't know how good or bad this was.
  • `xinoN`xinoN Posts: 351Player
    edited May 2015


    Americas Army ES2 Bridge.
    Warning: Watching this may cause nostalgia. Do at your own risk.
  • ProceduralPolyMathProceduralPolyMath Posts: 96Player
    edited May 2015
    9slo4T9.png

    Nostalgia, one icon away :D

    I didn't fancy much ES2 stuff, felt too tucked in with no real gaming addition.
  • [eSC]General.Jung[eSC]General.Jung Posts: 144Player
    Sorry, but the interesting part in Bridge Crossing is that there is only route.
  • Duke_AudiDuke_Audi Posts: 328Beta Tester
    edited May 2015
    Bridge SE was one of my favourite maps. As well as the valley route there was also a route around ridge which offered good vantage points for either side using the M82 Barrett.

    AA_Bridge_SE_tactical_map.jpg


    strategywiki.org/wiki/America's_Army/Bridge_Crossing_SE_Tactics
  • [ENG]Uni-Sol[ENG]Uni-Sol Posts: 3,187Player
    I wonder how many people complained about OP sniper rifles on such open maps?
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