Originally posted by :Although I never tested it yet. This is the same autocannon as the Savage? The Akula can be strong with just one person, while the Hunter needs two people to be stronger. They both have bombs 1 automatic pt each. With it bring slow I would not attempt to dodge any rockets. Plus the explosive cannon for the copilot is amazing as well.
Now I'm saving for akula because it's super useful as well. After you summoned it with Aircraft menu you need to wait about 10 seconds to spawn. Homing rockets are not unlimited so they might not be a problem for to long. Do the Hunter, and Savage fly like this too? The hunter can either stop or lure the missiles. Hunter has 5 points, Akula has 6 so far. If this works it would be real easy to get away.
The object of Occupy is to seize specified capture zones, with your score increasing faster the more zones under your team's control. But if you pick Hunter and fail your dodging might as well just use countermeasures instead , you're still alive, unlike with Buzzard. Year ago These heli's have 2 completely different Roles. Rockstar swung back to the tradition of bringing limited edition outfit options as log-in rewards during weekly events, something they did quite often some years back. The Akula holds a pilot, a useful co pilot, and two passengers.
I know it's going to take some time to get used to it, but I figured it wouldn't be that much different from the other helicopters. The Hunter seats two, a pilot and a gunner, and has a huge arsenal with which to rain down death and destruction upon your enemies. Do you use it for pvp, or other things like headhunter and the like? Get co-pilot + chaffs, and you can defend or attack easily. Those miniguns shred alot faster than ppl think, especially in first person. I concur, as I purchased the Akula in September of 2018 being unaware that the combination upgrades on the Akula rendered the homing missiles useless twin 50 caliber turrets and homing missiles combination upgrades. Even if you don't want to use it for ambush purposes, it's just a fun helicopter to take out every so often.
I'd say if you have at least one friend that can play more often than not, the Hunter is a good choice. The Hunter is also alot faster than the Akula. If you own a Buzz you own all aircraft. What i also wanted to ask too is that is the Deluxo among personal vehicles or aircraft? It is a really bad ass chopper. On top of that, when in stealth mode, your wanted level can't raise above two stars, and will reduce any wanted level above that, back down to two. The Akula has enough agility to dodge homing missiles, 1 pt. This time around players are rewarded with an exclusive Jock Cranley jumpsuit.
I'm sure I'll get used to it soon enough. I'm not sure if its faster than the Buzzard, but the Buzzard goes down at the first rocket it recieves and it has no countermeasures or stealth. So you'll get locked onto all the time. Very useful when perform delivery missions. Well, the hunter does, but only a copilot can use it. Every time someone tried to spawn a helicopter to attack the boat I would just appear out of nowhere, blast them and disappear into the blizzard again.
I would try Going to test this. Although I never tested it yet. Akula has stealth mode with is very helpful. But the Akula is overall better in my opinion. With space for more mass destruction than anything in its class, this thing has been responsible for delivering more kilotons of democracy than any other attack helicopter on the planet. Killing players has zero effect upon Bad Sport points.
Though chaff is hard to use, so chaff rewards skilled pilots. Plus being a car, once it is on the road. And also chaff is better, because your enemy could shoot multiple missiles at once, flares only redirect one missile for some reason, even if it fires four. Back when was first released, it was also announced that a second wave of tracks will be coming sometime later. It wont got down untill the third homing rocket, just like the Akula. Not only is this a great earning opportunity, but also a chance to try out some of the game's more expensive vehicles. I don't know why the savage or akula doesn't have fares.
In terms of sales, car nuts are being catered to this week with 25% a huge number of upgrades. Doesnot count as your current helicopter. You need to travel about 500-800 meters to the nearest spawn point. There is no comparison between them. Stealth mode is incredibly useful! Takes about 3 rockets to destroy. I didn't buy it for pvp purposes.
The Akula has retracting land gear giving better aerodynamics, 1 pt. The Hunter can get countermeasures, but in a dogfight against a vehicle with no rocket cool-down those quickly become ineffective. The Hunter is the more useful chopper in the long run due to being far more combat ready, but the Akula can in handy due to its off radar capabilities. If you want your response to count towards your company rating, you can also leave a comment for this review. This week's Premium Race is Afterburner, which is locked to bikes. Im not sure how easy the Hunter is to control tho. The Akula has one huge advantage however; it can disappear off the radar.