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Scale of incidents

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Emergenyc has obviously been not only inspired by but based off of 911: First Responders / EM4. While the best calls in that game arguably are the biggest and most chaotic ones due to the nature of the game. Emergenyc will allow us to take direct control of responders. So my question is what general size of calls will we see? Will we also be able to preform smaller tasks such as traffic stops or parking tickets?

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Taking control will only work for the Fire Department, EmergeNYC won't be anything like Emergency 4, however the calls can be very small where it's just you and possibily your partner or you will be with multiple precincts at a shoot-out or assisting the blocking of the road at a fire, or at a fire with multiple company's, you can do traffic-stops yourself and even parking tickets is an event you can be active with.

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7 hours ago, ODST General said:

So the previous footage in which a player had direct control of an officer is no longer the case just for further clarification? 

This is only the case for the fire department, we scrapped if for police and EMS.

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1 hour ago, stuffjunk said:

Was the police and EMS going to be too much work?

no not too much work, we decided it fits the NYPD more to have your own character you can choose uniform, because you can be with it at the action at any point and time already, this also adds to the realism and gives us the opportunity for customization (for the NYPD atleast).

 

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Let me get this straight. As a Police Officer you are bound to one "person". Playing as a firefighter is different then? Im sorry, but its a little bit confusing right  now. ^^

 

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4 hours ago, Scoobz187 said:

Let me get this straight. As a Police Officer you are bound to one "person". Playing as a firefighter is different then? Im sorry, but its a little bit confusing right  now. ^^

 

Yes as a police officer you play as 1 person, on the FDNY you can change as shown on the mechanical video, this way you can experience everything on the FD, for the PD this is not needed since you have full control on what you are doing.

 

I hope this cleared it up a bit :D

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On 2/17/2016 at 8:17 AM, DySands said:

Yes as a police officer you play as 1 person, on the FDNY you can change as shown on the mechanical video, this way you can experience everything on the FD, for the PD this is not needed since you have full control on what you are doing.

 

I hope this cleared it up a bit :D

So essentially, as an NYPD officer will be qualified generally with all NYPD duties, you'll not need to control more than one person. However with the fire department, where personnel can be purpose-based, you're able to switch between. That kinda sound right?

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6 hours ago, xRaynex said:

So essentially, as an NYPD officer will be qualified generally with all NYPD duties, you'll not need to control more than one person. However with the fire department, where personnel can be purpose-based, you're able to switch between. That kinda sound right?

Yes exactly, however with the NYPD you will still be able to change your role at the department, this allows you to go as K9, ESU or other Sub Divisions.

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