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Old 2012-02-02, 04:11 AM   [Ignore Me] #1
Azren
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Question Self deconstructing vehicles?


Hey

Not too long ago, on the AGN community night recording, Higby commented that we will not be able to deconstruct vehicles, however they will do so on their own after being unattended.

I am wondering what this means in terms of gameplay; do you have to jump in the driver's seat every 10 minutes to keep your parked sunderer or galaxy from deconstructing, or will the game see any player interaction (for example: someone sitting in the gunner position, or just someone pulling up to repair, ect) and push the timer out?

Is it possible to have your vehicle auto deconstruct only because your don't use it for a given period of time, or only if the vehicle has lost ownership (the ower pulled a new vehicle).
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