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Anybody else having trouble shooting torpedos?
I have this wack problem to where i would be shooting torpedo's from submarine. My depth is not too low, actually its always in the blue. But i guess i would be coasting in that level forever. However, the problem is, that when i shoot my torpedo's when I am about 3.0 km away (from my target ship) it sinks and then rises back up again way past the target. What the heck?? Is that a new glitch that came along with the new 1.5 update or can anybody help?? Increase the peace!! Afunation
Answer from: ronburgundy1234
My guess is that its a glitch... this could happen when you severly modify the sub or it could be that the torpedoes (pre-shooting) has contributed a decent amount of weight to your sub that you need to stay under and when you fire you basically remove that weight in a sudden burst causeing your sub to act wierd. I say this mainly cause it could be possible the torpedoes get thier wieght from the actual torpedoes sitting in the tube waiting to be fired. hope this helps
Answer from: Yomastr
Thanks ronburgundy1234! That makes sense since I build my sub from scratch. Thanks man. I guess its something I'm just going to have to deal with. If you have any tips on building a sweet sub let me know. Thanks again. If you wanna battle sometime hit me up. Yomastr6710. Peace!!
Answer from: 4onen
The torpedo is also firing forward, and every action has an equal and opposite reaction. Technically, you're shooting your sub backwards from the torpedo. XD
Answer from: sub masta
My guess would be that since your sub has such a small dive depth, the dive isn't very strong so the kick from the torpedo tubes messes it up.