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Ready Or Not - edgy tactical SWAT FPS with school shooting level - now available on Early Access

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TalesfromtheCrypt

Where do you think the round in the chamber goes when you remove the magazine? It stays there and remains there (+1 capacity) when a full magazine is inserted.

(Open bolt firearms don't have the round in the chamber. Only early/cheap SMGs, plus some oddballs from South Africa, are open bolt however. It's relevant to remember for WW2 games as the Sten, M3, MP40 and Thompson are all such, but otherwise it's not standard)


Thanks for the explanation bro, I was genuinely curious about this.

I have to admit I don’t see the relevance though, I mean sure it would be nice to have in a game I guess, but honestly is it that important?
 

deuxhero

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Yes. It's a really basic part of firearms handling. It ruins any claim to "realism" as much as having normal men punch through brick walls without injury or fly.

Also failing to understand that is the main reason why so many idiots kill themselves with guns.
 

ortucis

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I've been playing SWAT 4 online since 2005. Since then, a few games claiming to be SWAT 4 successor have come out and faded cause they were trying to be Raven Shield or COD more than SWAT 4. I have no hope of any game recreating the perfect feel of SWAT 4 gameplay.


Mildly intrigued about this... SWAT 3 and the elevator scene in Speed were what made me want to be a SWAT officer as a kid


So, are you a SWAT officer now?
 

bussinrounds

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What the fuck is going on here...a new tac shooter that isn't mp focused ???

:what:

That's :incline: alone right there, considering how much of a mp shitfest the sub genre has been in recent times.
 

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unfairlight

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I am REALLY getting turned on now. I just wanna take part in tacticool operations and gun down gang bangers with a M4 or M16.
 
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unfairlight

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Alright, now it's getting to mixed feelings territory. Some of this gear is too 1337 and operator for my taste, would prefer something a tad bit more grounded.
 

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