PotatoWarriah

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  1. Hello, I was researching a bit, and I cannot find any references or mentions of anyone discovering this before me, but it looks like name "Tarkov" is not coincidence. To me it looks like paying tribute to Andrei Tarkovsky, filmmaker who directed Stalker movie. I am wondering if I struck gold here?
  2. You TAW guys have a policy against family people? Because I got reject without explanation, and only thing about me that could disqualify me was that I am married and father. I suppose if everyone are 16y olds then doesn't even make sense to accept mature gamers, but you should state that upfront.
  3. Using this should not be called camping. It is an area denial weapon. Using it only makes sense when you are playing in group that can cover your flanks and while you are reloading. Anyway I think it would make game more interesting, because the group who takes some point with this then requires a sniper to take out LMG guy and keep covering the place to prevent others from taking it. As I see it - teamwork incentive.
  4. I agree its awful, but in some scenarios (like being in large group that needs to traverse an area and needs suppressive fire) there is certainly a place for such gun. I am not sure that type of conflict in this game will have such use cases.
  5. CPU: Intel i7 6700k (@ 4.0GHz factory clock) | Scythe Mugen 4 cooler GPU: Asus Strix GeForce GTX 970 DC2OC SB: Creative Sound Blaster ZX PCIE MOBO: Asus Maximus VIII Hero RAM: Kingston HyperX FURY Black Kit, 32 GB (4x8GB), DDR4-2666MHz SSD: Samsung 960 EVO 500GB HDD: 2x Seagate 2000 GB (ST2000DM001), SATA-600 (in RAID 1) PSU: 850 Watt beQuiet Dark Power Pro 11, 80+ Platinum CASE: ATX-Big Cooler Master CM Storm Stryker Monitors: Acer GN246HL (1920x1080@144Hz) + Dell U2414H (1920x1080@60Hz) Cooler on GPU had recently started producing HDD-like sound when I start EFT, and I was tripped EFT is scanning my mechanical hard drives (game is stored on SSD), until I realized it is Strix (see on 0:50 when I stop it): Cooler sound was resolved by manually setting cooler on 100% in GPU Tweak and leaving it so for some 10 minutes.
  6. In customs, in dorm room 214, I think, or maybe 212, there is a working PC with Unity editor that stopped working I liked this one. Also in next room there is magazine title featuring EFT.