- that’s still way way slower than Hanzo’s arrows which also don’t lose velocity
- that’s a compound bow, that’s a really huge awkward contraptions using a series of pulleys to accelerate the arrow more than force alone would.
- 90m/s is still a far upper limit even for a compound bow. 75m/s is more typical, the 90m/s is for absurdly light arrows that lose velocity quickly.
- 90m/s is nowhere close to 300mph, it’s 202.5 miles per hour.
That doesn’t make sense.
The sense of time isn’t distorted, the in game distance has you set so you’re head height is the appropriate level of the ground for Hanzo’s height and you move at the speed of a running human.
One reason it seems that Hanzo’s arrows NEED to fly fast is they are inexplicably affected by drop yet most “fast” projectiles in the game aren’t affected by drop. Most notably genji’s shurikens (60m/s) aren’t affected by drop. Faster velocity = less drop.
So if Hanzo’s arrows were made slower they could be made “linear projectiles”, they could go as slow as 90m/s. Still fast for a bow of that type but plausible.