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The Division 2 |OT| National Anthem

BigWeather

Member
Nov 4, 2017
710
Nah, those are different keys. Think those are "yellow/golden" and drop in the open world and you can open a locked chest after killing the enemies of that wave. There are different chests (little boxes), that can only be opened with the keys found in the sewers (like True Sons).
Ah, ok. Thanks, I probably opened the chest at the time and didn't realize that was what the key was for.
 

Claven

Game Localization
Verified
Aug 22, 2018
3,303
the game crashes all the time now on the Pro, if this isn´t annoying i don´t know what is...since the patch yesterday everything is far worse than before
i am already at the endgame content, playing challenging missions and crashing 2-3 times per mission? yeah, fuck that, will take a pause from the game till this is fixed.
Oh okay, I can't speak for the console versions, but on PC, it's almost without issues – they did introduce the annoying turret/drone bug yesterday, but other than that...
 

Bricktop

Member
Oct 27, 2017
2,517
44 gigs

And man the character creator is awful, like, I remember making a better looking char in the first game. I know you barely see your char under all the gear, but still super disappointing.
The character creator in TD2 is infinitely better than the first game. It's not even close. You've got tons more presets, tons more options and sliders to refine them even more. You didn't make better looking characters in the first game because you couldn't make them at all. You literally got a choice of like 5 faces to choose from and some facial hair.

To make it worse there is drastic IQ difference between character creator, cutscenes and normal gameplay when it comes to characters. In CC and cutscene your character may look great, but in normal gameplay character looks very low res and low poly in comparison. For e.g. my Sheriff looks good and just as I wanted in cutscenes, but in normal gameplay her face is lower res and eyes look very bad.

Disappointing.

I play game in 3440 x 1440 on Ultra settings so shouldn't be issue with that.
Something is wrong with your game. The characters look exactly the same in cutscenes and gameplay. There is no low poly/low res in gameplay unless your game LOD and textures aren't loading properly.
 

cHinzo

Member
Oct 27, 2017
1,542

Foreword:
I just wanted to start with a quick thank you to Chris Metal for all his help creating the OT, especially the great graphics! Also,
carlsojo for that amazing OT title
Ruthless deafmedal & GazzaGSi for managing the Division community like pro's. Also WesleyShark & KCsoLucky
Geist darkwing Quick Mustard for proof reading this OT. (Blame them if there are still errors, I'm not taking responsibility for my own errors)

Anyhow, I know everyone has been looking forward to finally playing this game and from everything Ubi has shown us, it looks like they have gone all-in with the content and QoL improvements from D1. Regardless of you prior history with the Division I hope the community binds together, regardless of platform, and makes it a great experience for everyone!

If there are any issues/errors, please pm them to me and I'll update!


Initial release date: March 15, 2019
*Pre-Purchase the Gold or Ultimate edition to play The Division 2 on March 12, 2019
Mode(s): Multiplayer
Engine: Snowdrop
Publisher: Ubisoft
Developers: Massive Entertainment, Ubisoft Reflections, MORE
Platforms: PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Microsoft Windows






Pre-order bonuses:


Gold Edition: ($110)

The Gold Edition comes with the game itself, three-day early access to the game, and the Year 1 Pass. The Year 1 Pass gets you one-week early access to all free Year 1 episodes, exclusive customization items, additional activities, and more

Ultimate Edition: ($130)

The Ultimate Edition comes with the Year 1 Pass, three-day early access to the game, as well as a handful of digital add-ons: the Elite Agent Pack, Battleworn Secret Service Pack, and First Responder Pack. The add-ons include outfits, emotes, weapon skins, skill effects, and additional stash space. The physical version of the Ultimate Edition is exclusive to GameStop


Dark Zone Collectors Edition: ($190)


This version includes everything in the Ultimate Edition, plus a 30cm-high figurine of Heather Ward, a book of lithographs, the game soundtrack, and a Washington, DC map packed together in a special box

Pheonix Shield Edition: ($250)

This edition comes with everything in the Ultimate Edition, plus an articulated figurine of Brian Johnson, a steelbook metal case (Ubisoft Store exclusive), a book of lithographs, the selected game soundtrack, and a Washington, DC map



PC Specs:
Minimum Requirements:

OS:Windows 7,Windows 8,Windows 10
Processor:AMD FX-6350 | Intel Core I5-2500K
Memory:8 GB RAM
Graphics:AMD Radeon R9 270 | Nvidia Geforce GTX 670
Disk Space:2 GB available space
Direct X:DirectX 11 | 12

Recommended Requirements:
OS:Windows 7,Windows 8,Windows 10
Processor:AMD Ryzen 5 1500X | Intel Core I7-4790
Memory:8 GB RAM
Graphics:AMD RX 480 | Nvidia Geforce GTX 970
Disk Space:4 GB available space
Direct X:DirectX 11 | 12

*not on Steam*
Epic Games Store link
UPlay Store



Lead a team of elite agents into a post-pandemic Washington D.C. to restore order and prevent the collapse of the city.

In the ruins of Washington, D.C., seven months after the bio attack that kicked off the events of the first game. That means it's set in the summer this time, rather than snowy Manhattan, and the world will be 20 percent larger than The Division 1. Instead of being surrounded by tall buildings, The Division 2 throws you into larger areas that feel much more like an open world.

The first game was set in the midst of a social collapse triggered by poisoned money, The Division 2 is set in a city trying to rebuild and recover. It's still pretty broken up, however, and plants and wildlife are reclaiming abandoned sectors.


You’ll face off against a trio of factions:

- Hyenas: drug-fueled chaos-revelers preying on the weak.
- True Sons: a militia who rule by brute force.
- The Outcasts’ premise is intriguing: infected individuals were left in the city’s makeshift encampments to die. Those that survived have banded together and are now out for vengeance.

A fourth faction, the Black Tusks, could pose the biggest threat. As well-equipped and organized as Division agents, this organization will be introduced as part of The Division 2’s endgame, laying siege to city areas at random.




Campaign
Take on The Division’s most critical mission yet, where you’ll tackle unprecedented dangers as you pull D.C. back from the brink.

CO-OP
Join your friends to take on the game’s toughest missions. You’ll need all the help you can get.

PvP
Sometimes even fellow agents can’t be trusted. Take on other players and prove your combat proficiency.

Dark Zones
With three Dark Zone across Washington D.C., you'll be able to explore unique areas of the city that have been untouched for months. These mysterious, walled-off sections of D.C. offer a fair and intense Player vs. Environment vs. Player experience where anything can happen, and no one can be trusted.

Conflict
Prove your skills against other Division agents in a variety of different player versus player experiences on unique maps not seen anywhere else in The Division 2.

Skirmish details
- Go head to head against another team in the Division's take on classic Team Deathmatch

Domination details
- Capture locations to claim dominance against the other team in this objective based game mode


Each Agent will customize the tools and abilities they bring to the field, and the skills you hone in on will have a major impact on your—and the city’s—chances of survival.

Assault Drone details
- An unmanned device that can be controlled remotely and sent to unleash a special brand of hell on unwitting enemies.

Chem Launcher details
-The Chem Launcher shoots various chemicals that disperse upon impact. Its effects vary, from explosive vapors and corrosive acids to repairing nano bots – choose wisely and neutralize any situation.

Hive details
- While primarily a defensive tool, the offensive version is called the "Wasp Hive," where small drones are launched to cause devastating effects to targets within an area

Seeker Mine details
Once activated, this mine locks onto the closest enemy target in range and rolls along the ground in their direction, detonating when it gets close enough.


When you're battling everything from warring factions to contamination zones and the elements, you need to make sure you're well prepared. The Division 2 offers fully customizable agents and gear. There is a variety of weapons, armor, and cosmetic options to find, plus more gear sets and exotic items available to high-level players. When you reach the end-game, unique specializations will allow you to further expand your arsenal and abilities




- new weapon archetypes (specialized crossbows, grenade launchers, and sniper rifles)
- enemies have access to new weapons and gadgets (freeze gun)
- call in NPC reinforcements
- four new gadgets
- 8-player raids
- clans


New specializations, game modes, and more, will keep Division agents active well beyond level 30.



Once you hit level 30 you can activate one of three specializations, which unlocks that specialization's signature weapon and new skills. The three specializations are:




You develop your specialization in endgame co-op missions


PvP
- Take on other players to prove your skills and earn powerful high-end gear.

Co-Op Activities:
- brand-new missions that offer some of the greatest challenges the Division has faced yet.

Clans:
- Agents are more powerful together, so take advantage of new ways to not only play with, but connect with other players.

Evolving Endgame:
- New content will be added regularly to The Division 2 and players will have access to a full year of free story-driven missions, map expansions and new game features.

Strongholds vs. Missions
Strongholds are vastly bigger and meaner than missions. Strongholds will be important to the plot development of the game and are extremely significant. Missions will need to be completed before attempting Strongholds. The introduction of Strongholds will happen very early on in the main campaign, but the concept becomes ramped up in the Endgame.

What happens when you hit level 30?
  • During the main campaign you be working thru a bunch of Missions and a handful of Strongholds to get to the final Stronghold that remains locked until you reach level 30. At that point, the final Stronghold will be unlocked and revealed. Once that final Stronghold is completed, World Tier 1 is unlocked, Tidal Basin is revealed and the living world will completely change.
  • Previously established control points that you've captured suddenly become dynamic as the Black Tusk faction comes into play and factions are pushed into the open world. Previously established fast travel locations are no longer available and must be re-established. Most importantly, due to the influx of the Black Tusk, Specializations are introduced because "you're gonna need a bigger gun.", and you're vastly weaker in relation to the new faction.
World Tiers 1-3 Unlocked
  • 3 Stronghold revealed (1 for each faction) that will have 2 invaded missions that are tied to each Stronghold.
    • After completing the first Stronghold, you'll progress to the next World Tier 2. Finishing the second will push you into World Tier 3 and finishing the last of the 3 Strongholds will push you into World Tier 4.
  • "The Snitch" & The Deck of 52 becomes active
    • 52 Named bosses, each faction matching a suit, that will award you loot and commendations for "completing the deck" and getting their cards. They won't spawn again until your deck is complete.
  • Cassie Mendoza "The Gun Runner" is revealed
    • A roaming random spawn vendor that cycles every day in a half that will have special loot/guns that scale to your world tier.
World Tier 4
  • Priority Target Network - An interconnected set of 7 tiered Bounties inside of different named zones that scale in difficulty as you progress thru them (progression similar to "hard", "challenging" & "heroic" ways that were familiar in TD1).
  • Bounties (this is not endgame, but was discussed after the Priority Target Network to explain how they happen)
    • During the campaign you'll meet Otis Sykes and you'll get access to bounties that you spend Target Intel to play.
    • Target Intel is garnered thru mission completion and endgame content.
World Tier 5
  • TBD later - gotta keep you guessing and excited.
Keeping the open world "fresh"
  • Interesting discussion about the logic behind the rules and modifiers to keep endgame fresh and changing. Less about being random. More about being controlled and deliberate, while allowing each experience to be unique thru the use of the modifiers.












Story Trailer
Multiplayer: Darkzone & Conflict Trailer
World Premier Gameplay
E3 2018 Trailer
Gamescom 2018 Trailer
Endgame Trailer
Dark Zone Trailer
Launch Trailer




Overview:
A new feature in The Division 2 is the ability to create and manage clans in-game. Clans are designed to make it easy for you to find like-minded players to play with, and to make clan management a user-friendly experience.
Clans will focus on building tight knit communities with common goals, and will consist of up to 50 accounts, with up to four characters each. The ability to create a clan is unlocked early as a part of The Division 2's story progression. Anyone who has unlocked the feature can create their own, but to start progressing a clan, a total of four members is required.
Clan members can keep themselves informed through the clan feed, keeping you up to date with clan activity and progression. The ability to leave messages on the feed will enable members to easily stay in touch with each other and it also allows for leadership to pin important messages in order to coordinate events.
In addition, each clan will have access to two voice channels for up to 25 members each, allowing you to socialize with each other at all times, regardless of where in the game you are or what activity you currently are partaking in.

Joining a clan:
When searching for a clan, you will be presented with a number of options enabling you to find a clan that best suits your particular needs or play-style.
  • Activities – The primary focus of the clan, PvE, PvP or both.
  • Most Active Times – The time of day the clan is the most active.
  • Atmosphere – The general atmosphere of the clan; would you prefer a relaxed easy-going clan, a clan focused on certain aspects of the game or a highly competitive PvP clan?
  • Mic Requirement – If the clan requires a microphone to be able to join.
  • Language – The primary spoken language of the clan.
  • Region – The geographical location of the clan members.
Creating and managing a clan:
One of the first steps when creating a clan is to design your insignia, which will serve as the visual representation of your clan in The Division 2. When designing your insignia, you will be able to choose from a selection of icons, background and border types to create your own unique design.
Next, you need to name your newfound creation. A clan name can be between 4 to 15 letters long and the clan tag, which is visible to all players, consists of 3 capitalized letters. You can also write a presentation to introduce your clan to your players.
Finally, each clan can set their preferred privacy level, consisting of three distinct levels:
  • Open – Searchable and open for all players.
  • Invite Only – Searchable but requires an application to be sent and reviewed by clan leadership.
  • Private – A private clan is not searchable and can only be joined through an invite sent by the clan's leadership.
Clan membership is organized into four ranks, allowing for improved organisation and a clear structure:
  • Commander – The leader of the clan which has access to all administrative functions of the clan.
  • Lieutenant – The officer rank, which will be able to send out invites, review applications, promote and demote members as well as moderate the clan feed.
  • Agent – The established clan member able to invite potential recruits to the clan.
  • Recruit – The recruit is a new member of the clan with limited access to administrative clan functionality.
When reviewing applications as a Commander or Lieutenant, you will be able to inspect the applicant's characters, including gear, in order for you to quickly make an informed decision.

Clan progression:
All in-game actions taken by members yielding experience points will also yield CXP (Clan XP), which is a new form of experience in The Division 2. Earning CXP will level up your clan, earning you and your friends additional benefits for each level on your Clans journey to level 30, as well as unlocking additional customization options for the insignia, showcasing your clan's veterancy.
Clans will collectively work towards common goals in The Division 2, in the shape of weekly projects and an upgradeable clan cache, both yielding rewards for all members upon completion. The weekly clan cache requires a weekly CXP goal to be reached with additional stretch goals. There are 3 tiers of reward - bronze, silver and gold. Reaching the bronze tier will unlock guaranteed rewards, while reaching the silver and gold tiers will further improve the week's rewards each time.
Clan projects are weekly tasks that grants a boost of CXP upon completion, each focusing on a particular aspect of the game. If your clan manages to complete all weekly projects, the clan will receive an additional, significant amount of CXP.

Clan quarters:
The East Wing of the White House will serve as your clan's home, providing you with a space to socialize and regroup. Here you will find your clan stash to collect your weekly rewards, as well as the clan vendor, a unique vendor available only in the East Wing. As a natural part of the clan's level progression, the quality of the items offered by the clan vendor will improve. Certain levels will also unlock the ability to purchase unique cosmetic headgear, featuring your insignia, enabling you to represent your clan wherever you go.
The clan quarters will showcase your clan's top three weekly CXP contributors, giving recognition to your most dedicated members' accomplishments. There is more to discover in the clan quarters, that you will have to discover by yourself at release!

Era Clans:
PC #1: "Third Wave" [???]
PC #2: "Rogue Ones" [ERA]!
PC #3: "Third Echelon" [???]
PC #4: tba *Currently recruiting*
XBox #1:
"ERAgents" [ERA] *Currently recruiting*
XBox #2: tbd *Currently recruiting*
PS4 #1: "Knights of DC" [KoC]
PS4 #2: "Agents of Cobra" [AoC]
PS4 #3: "The Leftovers" [TLO]
PS4 #4: "4th Division" [FDV] *Currently recruiting*
*please swing by discord and check in on the clan tabs if you're interested in a roster spot



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- Story? well, yeah.... no unmarked spoilers!
- Follow Era ToS
- Just be cool with everything, leave the tomfoolery for the Darkzone.
- Use the word Schlooter in here and you will be shunned and most likely "taken care of" in the Dark Zones


Aight just got into the game. Spend too much time in the character creation screen lol.

Also, how does the quoting for discord works?
 

Seijuro

Member
Oct 25, 2017
1,084
I entered the White House after doing some open world stuff 8after unlocking the first settlement and completing projects there) in the first area, and it says "new projects available". I didn't find a handler for projects in the White house though... any ideas where they are?

The game is quite hard solo. I did a sidemission for the theatre settlement and died 5 or 6 times at the last two waves. Are people barely responding to reinforcement calls? I had the request up the whole mission (took me like 45 min lol) and nobody joined...
 

darkwing

Member
Oct 25, 2017
6,520
I entered the White House after doing some open world stuff 8after unlocking the first settlement and completing projects there) in the first area, and it says "new projects available". I didn't find a handler for projects in the White house though... any ideas where they are?

The game is quite hard solo. I did a sidemission for the theatre settlement and died 5 or 6 times at the last two waves. Are people barely responding to reinforcement calls? I had the request up the whole mission (took me like 45 min lol) and nobody joined...
people are probably speed running the game right now and isn't bothering to respond to calls

but in higher levels , I noticed more people answer, probably trying to level up
 

Luthor

Member
Oct 25, 2017
3,559
US, California
Well this isn't starting out well. Got to the Base of Operations and as the cut scene started to pan the White House, game starts stuttering then locks up and has some compiler error and completely locked my PC. Restarted and get to the group before the BoO and game just exits to desktop. Wtf.

Already validated files too so not sure what to do now.
 

Warnen

Member
So far only thing this game has over the Anthem launch is no load screens but with the texture streaming issues looks like those are sorely missed. The bugs crashes and fuckery are out in full force. Well at least got to pay more to play early and the mt store is working....
 

Dphex

Member
Oct 27, 2017
7,723
Cologne, Germany
man...we´ve done Roosevelt Island on challenging difficulty....this shit was so hard but so satisfying, wow. this was one of the most tense encounters i´ve played in a group based game this console generation.

450 gearscore seems to be the cap for now, i don´t get higher items anymore

edit: got a 452 rifle, seems to go higher than 450. 450 gearscore maximum but there are 452 items
 
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porkproduct

The Fallen
Oct 27, 2017
1,838
Do you think a dedicated character with support skills equipped would help in strongholds?
Not in story mode, I mean I was trying to spot heal people but it wasn't 100% necessary. It was more the mechanics of the encounters that tripped us up. We were trying to brute force things instead of using our environment.
 

Tranqueris

Member
Oct 26, 2017
2,617
Me two hours ago: "Oh cool, a remote pulse thing."


My review of the remote pulse:

The remote pulse doesn't work 80% of the time, it just disappears and restarts the 15 second timer. It doesn't work when you throw it at people. It doesn't work when you throw it farther away from people. Sometimes it doesn't work when you put it next to yourself and you're surrounded by enemies. It doesn't work when you throw it right in front of enemies without getting caught..

I had to go hunting for SHD tech to unlock the normal pulse ability that actually works 100% of the time.
 

Edge

Member
Oct 25, 2017
10,350
Celle, Germany
I finally got my gold edition and pre order items which are the costume set, the lullaby weapon and the lullaby upgrade, but no blueprint.
I saw in different videos that there is no blueprint item and people just check the crafting station to find two craftable items, the lullaby and the lullaby upgrade. I only have the upgrade. But no weapon blueprint. What now? Anyone else here having that problem?

 

Bricktop

Member
Oct 27, 2017
2,517
seems like this game is far better on PC, console versions are poorly optimized
The X version isn't poorly optimized. I haven't had a stutter, a crash, or any issues since the first time I loaded the game. It was choppy as hell and a full reboot fixed it. Since then it's been super smooth.

Me two hours ago: Oh cool, a remote pulse thing.


My review of the remote pulse:

The remote pulse doesn't work 80% of the time, it just disappears and restarts the 15 second timer. It doesn't work when you throw it at people. It doesn't work when you throw it farther away from people. Sometimes it doesn't work when you put it next to yourself and you're surrounded by enemies. It doesn't work when you throw it right in front of enemies without getting caught..

I had to go hunting for SHD tech to unlock the normal pulse ability that actually works 100% of the time.
It's a known bug that was added in the last patch.

I finally got my gold edition and pre order items which are the costume set, the lullaby weapon and the lullaby upgrade, but no blueprint.
I saw in different videos that there is no blueprint item and people just check the crafting station to find two craftable items, the lullaby and the lullaby upgrade. I only have the upgrade. But no weapon blueprint. What now? Anyone else here having that problem?

The vendor across from the quartermaster has the upgrade blueprints for the exotics. It will be a while before you can craft another one, though.
 

Claven

Game Localization
Verified
Aug 22, 2018
3,303
Just put in five hours so I could get clans unlocked so I could join one of the Era ones.

I feel like either I am absolutely terrible at this game, I'm severely underleveled, or this game is absolutely not meant to be played solo. In the mission that unlocks Grace (which, by the way, I had to read a guide to find out, they don't make it obvious what main mission you need to do), at pretty much every stage I had to die 10-20 times before I found the winning combination required to get me through the section by the skin of my teeth. If I didn't have that pre-order shotgun that magically puts out 2.1k damage and has a shockingly precise spread, I might've just quit the game in frustration before finishing it. Too many enemies, multiple monster-closet waves, and too much flanking for one person to take without a lot of cheese at points. I might just matchmake for the rest of my time because dear god, I never want to go through any of that again.

I did the mission at level 6 and had mostly level 5/6 weapons. The ones that worked best for me were an LMG and a G51(?) assault rifle, as well as that shotgun. But all three had their issues.

As others have said, it's probably you.
I'm level 19 and have completely soloed everything up to this point, every type of leveling content available, and I only died twice (the bank HQ mission gave me a bit of trouble for some reason).
 

Hjod

Avenger
Oct 27, 2017
3,535
Behind my desk.
So for those who finished the American History Museum mission.

I found a key namned "Basement storage key" but I can't find any doors that the key opens. Anyone?
 

Warnen

Member
The monster closet only things that remotely give me a hard time in this game. Find a good spot just to have a door open and a bunch of guys run into you. Thankfully the ai isn’t great so some just run at your to get slaughtered or u can just scoot around a box until they spaz out and run away (works great on yellow guys). Haven’t died yet.

Cover based shoot and a turret makes the gameplay trivial while soloing.
 

Patitoloco

Member
Oct 27, 2017
4,503
I'm loving the game, it's like crack, I just want to share a little something I found incredible:

My game crashed in the middle of a mission with random players, toward the end. I was pretty upset, but I thought "well, I can restart the mission with another group, it's okay". The moment I started the game, it respawns me right into the same spot I left my teammates, no progress loss.

Massive did well.
 

carlsojo

Member
Oct 28, 2017
9,516
San Francisco Bay Area
Me two hours ago: "Oh cool, a remote pulse thing."


My review of the remote pulse:

The remote pulse doesn't work 80% of the time, it just disappears and restarts the 15 second timer. It doesn't work when you throw it at people. It doesn't work when you throw it farther away from people. Sometimes it doesn't work when you put it next to yourself and you're surrounded by enemies. It doesn't work when you throw it right in front of enemies without getting caught..

I had to go hunting for SHD tech to unlock the normal pulse ability that actually works 100% of the time.
Sounds like it's bugged. A few skills are borked right now where they disappear after use and start a fifteen second cooldown.
 

DarkChronic

Member
Oct 27, 2017
2,418
Anyone bump into some MASSIVE slow down last night? Played the first mission with a friend and I got hit with some kind of crazy stutter. Like, unplayable status. 5-6 FPS.

He wasn't having any issues so maybe my connection? I managed to finish the mission and when I get back to the safe house in the theater district is was fine. Who knows...
 

daxy

Member
Oct 25, 2017
8,482
I've been on a tear. Level 12 since yesterday afternoon. It's very fun.

The Police M4 Replica is a beast. I've been crafting a new one every two levels since I got the blueprint.
 

Dojima

Alt-account
Banned
Jan 25, 2019
2,003
How’s the DZ in this game? I’m not planning to get in anytime soon until I reach 30
 

SirRugdumph

Member
Oct 27, 2017
72
Anyone bump into some MASSIVE slow down last night? Played the first mission with a friend and I got hit with some kind of crazy stutter. Like, unplayable status. 5-6 FPS.

He wasn't having any issues so maybe my connection? I managed to finish the mission and when I get back to the safe house in the theater district is was fine. Who knows...
I had this yesterday during the first mission you get from the lady at the theater settlement. It was primarily when you go in that building to fight all the dudes. I don't normally notice minor frame changes, but it was terrible--it would almost hang up at times it was stuttering so badly.

I asked my buddy that I was playing with if he was having any hitching problems and he wasn't so I figured it may have been a bug/connection problem. Didn't have any out in free roam or in the intro mission, and I don't remember that happening in the open beta, so who knows.

Regular PS4 for whatever that's worth.
 

bonkasaurus

Member
Oct 28, 2017
3,607
I keep getting distracted by side content instead of doing story missions. I'm only level 12 and I've been playing since the early launch. :x
 

Ruthless

Member
Oct 25, 2017
2,192
Melbourne, Australia
Early access people made it to end game yet? How's it looking?
SO.FUCKING.GOOD

I'm very surprised that they are able to keep invaded missions and stronghold enemies challenging without making them bullet sponges. Almost at WT3 now and apart from the challenging bounties (which may be broken) nothing feels spongy. Everything is a threat, but very satisfying to fight and the specializations are a lot of fun to use.

As for loot, you get showered with it at every corner.
 

DrewFu

Member
Apr 19, 2018
7,689
Am I missing something in character creation...how the heck do you tattoo both arms? And how is there no shaved head or stubble beard option?
 

EssCee

Member
Oct 27, 2017
932
How much of a grind is it to get to level 30 / beat the main campaign?

Kinda want to power through to end game content and just trying to figure out how many hours it’ll take...
 

Necromorph

Member
Oct 30, 2017
1,085
DZ story time: Went to the DZ the first time and took a couple of infected items from yellow enemies and dz care package, everyting okay, i call the helicopter and in the final second a guy showed up, i take some distance because i don't trust no one on DZ, he starts to shooting me and killed me, i come back and the same guy is with another guy and killed me (again). I proceed to send a hatemail and ragequit until the next day.


I hate the DZ.