- Dec 28, 2017
The hard mode trophy is only on premium contracts, can all be done in end game. No trophy is missable
I didn't know that. I guess I'll try not moving more.
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I'm more the pure-coffee type of porter... but i get it xD
You can actually build roads in this? That sounds really interesting. I'm only about an hour in (delivering Bridgets corpse) and still getting my head around the systems and world. I'm really enjoying it so far though.
Yup. It's an extremely important part of the game but there's no real tutorial for it. You just gotta get the hang of the ropes on your own, lol. It feels super satisfying getting a hang for the various systems and learning about the kinds of things you can build.
So I'm 20 hours in, I like to imagine I know what I'm talking about.Sorry I already asked this but only got one short response, I am really unsure if I should drop 70 bucks on this game:
Is this game frustrating or is it chill? I have no problems with walking long distances if the graphics are great, I really enjoyed RDR2 because of that. But will I need to spend a lot of time in menus micro-managing my load and if I fuck up is there a big punishment where I need to replay large sections or even have only one chance?
I can see myself playing a game where I need to walk long distances, but if I need to be stressed every step of the way I will not buy this game. I loved the stories of MGS1, 2, 3 but 4 was already too weird and cringe-inducing for me. Is there a lot of cringe here?
I have a 4k HDR OLED TV and am debating buying the game just for the graphics and walking around in a gorgeous landscape like in Journey or something and chilling a bit after work, do you think this game is for me?
No spoilers please and thank you for your help!
Took me 2 hours and 2 minutes to complete an order that had a time limit of 45 minutes. What a mess, my worst delivery ever. I really don't want to get into the specifics but just know that I crashed my Trike, decided to build a bridge so it doesn't happen again, realize I don't have enough materials at the Distro Center, got my shit stolen by MULEs, tried getting it back only to die, go back to the Distro Center and warp back to Lake Knot, get enough metal to build two bridges, get back to the Distro Center South of Lake Knot and fall into a river, fucking over my trike and the metal, pick all metal back up and make it to the Distro Center on foot and build the two bridges that give me good access to the Junk Dealer with a trike, rent a trike out from an online player and get to him. What a fucking game. That was genuinely frustrating but it felt good coming up with a new way to get to the Junk Dealer and now that those two bridges are there, it'll help other players but also myself if I ever need to make more deliveries to this guy.
Here's some parts of the journey in pictures: