More cussing, more chaos, and more missiles fired at infantry/foot soldiers who are shooting at Canadian forces. The rocket is at the end of the video. :)
So, what does this mean for BF3? If you're playing Engineer on an infantry map, and you have your whole group locked down because the other team has a defense-able position locked up tight? Toss a missile right down their throats, get suppression bonuses, get kills, do damage, cause some chaos. Now spamming missiles like crazy and a full team of engi's doing that? Different story. This whole thing is based on "Least force used to cause the most damage to the enemy" if you want to discuss real world tactics. Now look me up on battle log and you'll note I don't have a lot of time played yet, RL gets in the way and you'll note I don't really play Engineer. So why am I defending people doing this?
I'm only defending the plain and simple fact that firing missiles at ground forces, to suppress those forces and cause the most damage to those forces with the least amount of effort, is a valid, used, real world tactic. I am not defending people spamming missiles all day and full teams of engineers. I am also getting a bit tired of the whole "This isn't a real world tactic" line coming from people who haven't served like myself and others here at TG have.
Real world combat is cussing, screaming, insults, chaos and death. So the desired "Realism" people are asking for just doesn't exist. In the plain nuts and bolts of this, play like TG'ers. If you want realism in BF3, play like adults. Communicate at all times with your squad mates, don't act like jerks, don't exploit, don't run and gun all by yourself, play like a team. Play the objective, play a role. Be part of the team.
That's it, just trying to make a few points and showing my opinion on a few things. Let's keep things civil shall we?