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Freelook and TrackIR clarification

From Helios,


First of all, my apologies for the confusion this may have caused.

After speaking to the dev team, I’ve had something clarified to me that invalidates what I said earlier about the definitive no freelook and no TrackIR statement.

It turns out that whilst there is no freelook and no TrackIR for infantry, these features will be available for vehicles.

So to summarize:

  • Infantry – No Freelook for all platforms, No TrackIR
  • Vehicles – Freelook supported for all platforms for pilot, driver, commander, passenger etc, TrackIR supported


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