Animations of units NOT LOCAL to player are played at SLOWER speed than the ones of LOCAL units (movement, run, crawl etc.)
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Animation speed has been slowed down since 1.59. Now this issue is even WORSE.
Video showing the horrible effect:
Re-create: You just need 2 units. Meet up with a buddy on any server. Start walking/running at the same time, you will see that the buddy's ANIMATIONS (movement of legs, arms etc) will be much slower than YOUR animations.
I am not talking about SPEED here, speed will be the same. But the ANIMATION is slowed down for NO reason. In extreme scenarios it looks like a soldier is making 1 step every 7-10 meters... This can not be right.
Updated by MadDogX over 5 years ago
As you so helpfully point out in the comments of that video, there is already a ticket for this: #13360
Created by you aswell. Why did you need to make a second one?
Updated by Megagoth1702 about 5 years ago
Yep. I made a new one.
The "old" ticket seems to be rather dead. I am a bit frustrated because of that.
I understand scale and complexity is more important to BIS than this issue but getting something basic like this to work properly serves the end-user who actually sees the animations.
I dont even know how this could have passed any internal testing. I mean how hard is it to tell if an animation is played in slow-mo?
Updated by Sickboy about 5 years ago
- Status changed from New to Duplicate
Quote by Suma from another ticket
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