- Oct 26, 2017
I finally finished the main story.
edit: nvm, found the answer
edit: nvm, found the answer
You're over halfway but you still have a good bit left. You're not locked out of the Northern areas forever, just until you advance the plot to a certain point.
I finished it, and didn’t notice anything, also no one died or anything, so not sure what difference could it make.
It is not really a big difference.
Also is there an explanation on why O'brianI thought so when he said here with my allies.. blah blah blah,
but does it actually change the mission? like less enemies or something?
I thought it would prevent Boozer from dying, but he was alive after all, lol?looks like a freaker, or what does it mean
Lol not even halfway. The story really picks up in that camp but I guess if you still aren't having fun at this point, you might as well just stop playing.
Damn, the game must be long I feel like I've played hours upon hours. Not that I'm not having fun, I just want to finish the game lol. Been playing since launch.
It was a surprisingly long game. It takes a while to get going, as the beginning is a bit of a slog, but it hits its stride about 12 hours in or so. And it's a 60-70 hour game on average.
triangle, next to your bike, but i think you can't save in mid missions..Just a quick question as I've only recently started the game, is there a way of saving at the exact part of the game you are playing? I played through the tutorial and got a bit further in but after re-loading the game (after turning the game off) it put me back about 15-20 minutes.
I just booted up a new save on Survival last night.
Even so the most painful thing is going back to having no skills unlocked so the looting and aiming is back to being gimped.I just booted up a new save on Survival last night.
I really think “painful” is overstating it. Nowhere near as bad as you remember. Especially since I’ve spent so much time with these characters and the story.
I’m picking up really cool details and foreshadowing in the dialogue that you could only clue in to after having played the game.
if you're looking for full immersion you could always just de-select any current mission/job and be marker free...
Yeah that's what I do sometimes but that it just takes too long and obtuse after a while. To be honest I want an option where you just keep the minimap and just disable everything else so all the icons are just kept in bottom right corner and the main screen is left clean.
For the main missions? maybe the game is quite long
I definitely spent around twice that. But I did most all of the optional stuff too.
The nitro trophy is really easy. Just put on the first set of tires with the least amount of traction and the highest level of nitro. Then go into a drift but only just barely push the stick to one side while holding the nitro. I did it in one try lolFinally got the platinum after fucking around with the nitro drift trophy for 3 hours. Holy crap what a shitty trophy that is compared to the rest. I tried every tip & trick I could find on youtube, in the end I just got lucky when I drove through some water and the trophy suddenly popped.
Might come back and finish the last hordes (I did 80% of them) but probably not, they get a little repetitive. Overall I really enjoyed the game!
Thanks! My boyfriend played this mission last weekend so I was able to see how it "should've" played out, but I'm still not entirely sure because the mission was really glitchy for him as well. Was mostly wondering if there should've been a cutscene or something that explained why that horde suddenly spawned, but guess it just kinda randomly happens. Oh well!
Was the “Horde Killer” questline worth it? It’s the only thing I’ve got left to mop up after getting the platinum. Is there a nice custom accent for it?I completed the "Horde Killer" storyline yesyerday and got all the IPCA tech stuff. Now I'm just looking for some human enemies to test my new toy.
Needless to say, I loved the game. Yeah, some missions suck and it has technical issues, but it gave exactly what I was expecting.
It looked much better than what I was anticipating, after the alpha videos I didn't think this game would be a looker, but guess I was wrong. The scenery looks amazing and the weather effects look pretty good.
At first I was a bit disappoonted with the guns, but it seems like getting militar/elite grade guns (and probably getting some related skills, idk) turn this game into a good shooter. I especially like the way semi automatic rifles feel.
I ended up really liking the characters and the story.especially Deek and Sarah's relationship
I loved the bike. Granted, regular bike feels slow as hell, but once you get some upgrades, it feels pretty damn good. I didn't even use fast travel.
I think that the survival aspects had a good enough balance. Many people complain about the fuel, but I never ran out of fuel because there are enough places to fill your tank. Andonce you get the last upgrade for the gas tank, you don't even need to worry about that for some time.
I think that Bend nailed the atmosphere. You feel relatively safe during the day, but once the night comes, you do get the sensation that you're in the middle of the zombie (freaker) apocalypse (especially when 'the freakshow' starts playing out of nowhere).
On the cons, we have the technical stuff. The framerate drops while in the bike whenever you're near a camp are pretty bad. Most of the time I thought that it ran fine, but I'm not too strict in that sense.
People keep mentioning glitches and bugs, but I just ran into a couple of them, and they were minor stuff that got solved restarting from last checkpoint.
The stealth missions were just bad. I didn't like how a couple of the missions where you have to take on a horde, mostly because they wouldn't let you prepare yourself.
I've got mixed feeling woth the hordes. There are ones that are fun to take on (like the sawmill horde and the one in Chemult), but the ones that were in caves were just meh.