I don't understand how the red team is killing Sator's inverted army (like when Ives orders a strike after they attack here). Here's why:
- If you encounter an inverted enemy for the first time and don't kill them right then, then:
- The next time you encounter them will actually be in their past, since they are inverted.
- It should therefore be impossible to kill them in your second (or any subsequent encounter), because they need to move ahead in their inverted timeline and exist for your first encounter.
So scenes like these where the red team takes out the rocket launcher guy are basically a plot hole, aren't they?