integ3r wrote:Although Modern Day got 47% of the vote for preferred WG4 setting, that's still not 50%.
What I think that most wargamers really want is just the current cold war time-frame and setting, but improved in terms of depth, gameplay and balance.
Lots you could do really. Better modeling of countermeasures (separate radar and IR ECM), top attack weapons, better city fighting mechanics, add EW-operators who can detect enemy presence, model various weapons properly such as glide-bombs.
This is the answer for the next Wargame.
Obviously everyone wants more nations and new units. I personally would love to see Iran, Vietnam, Cuba, potentially 1 or 2 South American nations on both sides. Just 2 new per side would be good, there are plenty of good options here for the timeframe up til the early 90s
However I think Wargame still has a lot of mechanics, balance, and map design along with game mode design it could improve on. We can chase units and years up until the present day, but what would interest me more is a cleaning up of the naval aspect and a revamp of balancing/map design and conquest zone placement