So, today on the agenda we have a baseraip of the opposing team in Outpost Rush mode. Here is a good example of how everything happens, if suddenly someone forgot about such a phenomenon or, for some wrong reason, did not come across it:
- It is necessary to install a transparent invisible wall that would block the main entrance to the enemy’s respawn. Allies can pass through this stune without hindrance, but they physically cannot enter someone else’s respawn.
- It is necessary to install stakes on a hill so that a team of allies can pass along them, leaving from spawn, but they will not return back. These stakes must be installed within a radius of 20 meters near the exit from the main gate in a semicircle.
By observing all of the above, you can achieve healthy competition and play. A stronger team will not be able to kill an opponent on CD even without letting him leave or simply spawn. Stakes will prevent you from entering the main gate, and an invisible (translucent) wall will not let through magic spells, arrows and a bullet from a musket.
I’m just a player who plays this game. I ran into
this trouble and immediately know how to solve it. This is a simple hack solution that does not require large expenditures for redevelopment of the map, it is enough just to add several models to the existing landscape.
I can’t even imagine what the AGS was guided by in the map design. I have already given a ready-made plan for eliminating the baserape, you only need to enter these edits. Everything has already been thought up for you by more understanding people.
P.S. I also want to draw the attention of developers to the acute problem of endless mass controls. Having several hammers with area-effect abilities can get the immobilization debuff from each of them at the same time. We need CD for control so that one target cannot be immobilized or slowed down a) by several identical debuffs at once); b) permanently immobilize the target. It is necessary to add a cooldown between one immobilization, while the action of another is unavailable.