So i decided to join the Federation in the battle at Banki: Mostly for fun, a little for profit and some for the experience itself.
Well, I was in for a surprise! I think i spent in total about 1 hour gaming shooting at enemies! But in reality i think most of my time was spent speeding away from EVERYONE in the conflict zone, because of friendly fire.
Armed with beamlasers and multicannons it is virtually impossible to avoid friendly fire, but i thought that the new algorithm was better at understanding forced FF and accidental FF?
Perhaps I am just really bad at fighting, but even in the low conflict zone I was fighting in, it was really hard NOT hitting a friend during combat.
So I'm in deep space between saves, I come back to find that engaging FSD drive immediately overheats and I start taking damage. Nothing has happened since I last played apart from the update....
Anyone else experienced this?
Does anyone have a clear understanding of how these worlds are classified?
I think I've just lost track...
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