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[REPORTED]Pilot blacking out bug


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After latest update the 109 pilot blacks out if the plane takes even minimal damage ( I took 3 hits from a half track ) I ran some tests in a simple mission and after the pilot blacks out the plane seems to be vibrating hard as if its pulling massive Gs but its flying straight and true. I even repeated the same test in a Spit and it took huge damage no blackout.

 

To recreate just place 10 excellent A.I half tracks and over fly them in a 109.

If everything seems under control, you’re just not going fast enough.

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It seems that it has something to do with the engine being damaged.. It happens in the Dora too, but with no pilot black-out just a lot of shaking that I can feel in the FFB stick.

Specs:

Asus Z97 PRO Gamer, i7 4790K@4.6GHz, 4x8GB Kingston @2400MHz 11-13-14-32, Titan X, Creative X-Fi, 128+2x250GB SSDs, VPC T50 Throttle + G940, MFG Crosswinds, TrackIR 5 w/ pro clip, JetSeat, Win10 Pro 64-bit, Oculus Rift, 27"@1920x1080

 

Settings:

2.1.x - Textures:High Terrain:High Civ.Traffic:Off Water:High VisRan:Low Heatblur:High Shadows:High Res:1920x1080 RoC:1024 MSAA:4x AF:16x HDR:OFF DefS: ON GCI: ON DoF:Off Lens: OFF C/G:390m Trees:1500m R:max Gamma: 1.5

 

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I don’t mind the vibration if my plane has been damaged, the instant black out from the damage is more what I’m pointing out. It’s like the plane thinks it’s pulling huge G forces even though it’s not. I have done test after test and it’s the same you take a few hits the lights go out and you hear a noise as if you are tumbling very very fast.

If everything seems under control, you’re just not going fast enough.

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