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No release date yet just private Mac Testing now.
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Aren't we a little bit overreacting?
DN4 was for 15 years vapor-ware. 469 was announced 2019.
For me does it sound much much much closer to 2020 then 2035
these bugs happen to me a lot as well; you hear the dodge or jump sound, but you just run off the edgeBerserker wrote: ↑Mon Jan 13, 2020 5:28 pm
Is there a plan to fix UT movement online? The gameplay above is played on 50 ping, it is without NewNet or LC, it's the original netcode. You can notice in the video, when I jump or dodge on the edge of objects, you get this bug where it doesn't register a jump, but it registers a jump sound. And also you can clearly notice the warp that happens when i jump on the edge of things. I warp and teleport straight down to the ground. This bug is very hard to reproduce with low ping (in this case 50). I tried to reproduce this bug for about an hour and managed to get 3 jumps on video to showcase how broken UT movement is.
Another thing is that Newnet has the smoothest movement ever. It is amazing even on high ping. Maybe that can get a lead to something.
ping doesnt seem to matter with this bug, im consistently getting these bugs with 20 ping
talking about the online movement in UT; i think it definitely needs a patch
for example the extra dodge delay because of ping; playing with 100+ ping basically breaks the dodge mechanic
even if you have like 20 ping you cant dodge the same as when playing offline
imo this is one of the main reasons why NewNet is so popular, it fixes the flawed online movement
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Whatever Blackmagic/voodoo this NewNet is , it's gonna be several years before anything tops it.. unless Higor has something up his sleave