In case that this post belongs to a topic, that already exists, please move it there and do not delete it. It is very important.
I also have to point out, that I am from Germany and my English is not completely perfect
First of all: Thank you for the Patch. Some of the fixes are really useful and necessary Good Job
Unfortunately there is one fix, that demonstrates a big problem with the motion control scheme, which actually exists longer than Ghosts does.
Patchnotes say: Disabled Wii Remote Aim Assist in Public Playlists due to an unfixed exploit reported by the community
Now, we have to go back in time for some years. I've been playing Call of Duty on Nintendo Concoles since World at War and I plan to continue, but with problems like this it is really hard to do that.
In all the Call of Duty Games for the Nintendo Wii ( World at War, Modern Warfare Reflex, Black Ops and Modern Warfare 3 ) there has never been any issue concerning the controls, in specific the aim assist.
These games run in 30 FPS and the players bought and liked the game because of the motion controls. There were very less players that used the Classic Controller. And that is just natural, because the console is set out for this playstyle.
Again: WE bought Call of Duty Games for Wii because of the controls ! We could have better graphics, more fps and other stuff, but we wanted motion control. We supported COD on Wii for years.
Then last year the WiiU launched and everything changed in an instant. Of course, due to the new possibility of the Gamepad and the WiiU Pro Controller there was a right for players to use this controls. A lot of NEW players joined the field, coming from other consols. Of course they use this control type. But something changed. Black Ops 2 was HD and run with 60 FPS. For us Wii COD players this was a complete new experience. Double frames means a lot in terms of motion controls. The game was way more smooth and faster than before and it should be. But as well the chance to hit an enemy properly was decreased by that. And that is just natural as well. Motion Controls are handled with our HANDS – of course. Nobody can hold their hand completely stiff. And that is a major difference to the Dual Analog Players. They have ste stiff Sticks.
And they now had this AimAssist on their hand as well. Wiimote Players had a clear disadvantage.
Despite some patches this issue was never really solved, and a lot of Wiimote Players were disappointed in Black Ops 2. They set their hopes on Ghosts.
Now there it is: Call of Duty Ghosts … and the Aim Assist problem seemed to be gone. The AA for DA users was a bit smaller than in BO2 and AA for Wiimote users nearly the same, in fact a bit more intense ( but as I said this is just fitting because it is motion control on 60 FPS )
Some people on this forum, complained about this. I can not understand why, becauce DA users don’t have a disadvantage because of that. No EXPLOIT at all. The controls were balanced good imo but there is this patch now.
I have to say that is a slap in the face of all wiimote users, who AGAIN support this franchise for years and are the heart and soul of COD on Nintendo consoles. For BO2 wiimote players complained about the aa problems all the time – nothing properly happened. Now just two weeks after release of Ghosts there is a patch, because THE COMMUNITY reported an exploit. Sorry guys, but this is clearly not the case. The community, which I represent is shocked about this. There are some people out there, very active on this forum, who can’t or don’t want to understand where wiimote users are coming from. Years of entertainment with COD motion controlled. This is inacceptable.
I understand, that there are problems with acog and sniping. You can fix that. But you should not take away aim assist completely from the wiimote . The game is unplayable in terms of competition. Now wiimote players have a clear disadvantage and NOW there is an EXPLOIT.
And I have to say this again: Wiimote Players play COD on Wii(U) because of the motion controls. Everything else you can get on other consols, but motion controls is a WiiU thing. You are taking this away from us with patches like that or unfair balancing like in BO2. I know plenty of long time wiimote players who switched to DA controls because they could not compete wit wiimote at all.
I am very sad and mad about this situation and plenty of other players out there ( in fact not really active or even aware of this forum ) feel the same.
DA users don’t have a disadvantage against wiimote players with AA enabled.
Wiimote players have a clear disadvantage against DA users with AA disabled
Who are the players that bought the COD game in 2008? 2009? 2010? 2011? Yes, Wiimote players.
I am happy that there are new players with the DA controls. But they can not have an advantage
THAT IS NOT FAIR AT ALL
You listen to the community, I know that. So listen up now and hear what we are saying. This is not a complaint from one particular player. This represents all Wiimote players out there.
Please fix that as soon as possible