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Hello, I've put around 100 hours in Tarkov now, and have noticed something: The sound effects triggered by physical contact with foliage are too harsh and binary. They lack nuance; when I am crouched and hiding in a bush, a minor rotation shouldn't trigger the same decibels as a PMC sprinting through a bush, and yet that's basically what happens. When I am located at the outermost fringes of a tree's branches, or a bush, and make a minor movement, the same thing happens. The sound effects that are triggered by minor interactions are disproportionate to the movement involved; it's unrealistic. Important refinements must be undertaken here, as stealth is an integral aspect of Tarkov's gameplay, and players who are trying to leverage this are being punished. A broader range of sound effects for foliage interaction would help, as well as connecting fade in/out audio gain effects to player animation speed to amplify or dampen the noise generated by interaction with foliage accordingly, to create much more organic and realistic gameplay. I know I'm not the only one who's noticed this, so I hope it's taken into account. Thank you.