This addon contains the final revision of the original aiming GUI launched with Infantry version 1.0 on steam workshop and was replaced with **INFANTRY** v1.5 universal S.A.S, now in its final revised design. This version has the good shot / poor shot indicator removed for a more streamlined aiming GUI in combat.
Good Shot / Bad Shot Indicator removed
This is the final revision of this aiming GUI with improved visibility in all textured climates including winter maps.
The original **Infantry** aiming GUI, when compared to the new Universal S.A.S introduced in Infantry v1.5, has a lot more weight, visibility and depth to its design.
Often miss-understood due to it's strange appearance more than it's functionality and information feedback, the aiming GUI was developed after extensive experience of online play with high latency, where aiming is not so much by seeing as much as it is by feeling your target.
The semi-circle chevrons are designed to converge and interact with each other to form a dynamic concentric circle with more depth of information regarding stance, static accuracy, accuracy decay, accuracy gain and recoil kick, all before placing the bullet impact point onto your target. In contrast the Universal S.A.S is simply a visual aid before the bullet impact point meets its target.
The reason for reducing the complexity of **Infantry** version 1.5's aiming GUI is to eliminate a generic disassociation with what would otherwise be an advanced aiming GUI for RWR simply for a lack of understanding, disbelief and familiarity with other aiming GUI's before it.
Therefor a more generic familiar GUI was developed for **Infantry** v1.5 with the option to download the original advanced GUI.
Final Revision Features from previous version in **INFANTRY** version 1.4c.
2. Navigate to - Concentric_SAS_FR.7z
3. Open with 7zip Archive Program
4. Extract the media folder contained within the archive to your soldiers at war root directory & overwrite all files
C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\steamapps\workshop\content\270150\919393524