BigShot wrote on Jun 9, 2021, 14:09:
No, every BF game in Conquest mode has always had only 1 capture point (per sector of the map). Now there will be multiple capture points PER SECTOR, with multiple sectors. So for instance instead of capturing point A, B, C, D, E...you will now be capturing points A1,A2,A3;B1,B2,B3;C1,C2,C3, etc.
Why fix it if it was not broken? I just prey this new Conquest variant is optional and that they leave in the traditional way of playing this mode. Taking out or removing the original way of playing Conquest is a nail in the coffin for sure.
BigShot wrote on Jun 9, 2021, 12:10:
Reading about how the new Conquest mode is now going to be made up of multiple capture points instead of just 1 leads me to believe that the action will be much faster than previous BF games and perhaps more COD'ish than ever before?
Mr. Tact wrote on Jan 14, 2021, 08:01:
Yeah, their calls for "unity" instead of impeachment are so hypocritical it boggles the mind. Where was their desire for "unity" when 139 House members and 8 Senators voted to overturn the duly elected, certified, and upheld by the courts, state electoral votes. There would be no impeachment vote if they had simply stated the truth about the election from the start and called on Trump to do the same. Without any support from the GOP, it never would have reached the point of insurrection. And the fact that some of them are still claiming an unfair or improper election is beyond infuriating, and in my personal opinion treasonous.
Cutter wrote on Jan 13, 2021, 16:22:
Cool. So I can enslave and exploit people to my heart's desire? Can I participate in genocide against the natives? Drive animal species to extinction and near extinction? Destroy the environment? Have America's right-wing participate in sedition and treason against the Republic? If not, I'm out.
Slick wrote on Jan 9, 2021, 18:39:
It could have gone one of two ways, just like Assassins Creed Unity(still one of the best ones IMO, and the most technically impressive of the lot), you can either go lowest-common-denominator and make a gimped cookie-cutter experience that will run great on decade-old hardware, or you can break a few eggs and try to do something no one else has done before. I'll vote for the latter EVERYTIME, even if I can't play it right away, by the time I get to it, it will be a much better experience.
Remember when people used to look forward instead of back?
Kxmode wrote on Dec 28, 2020, 17:00:
Everyone saw the "Metrorail." If you watch the 2018 E3 trailer, the monorail and a map of its system is the first thing you see in the opening 24 seconds. So it would appear CDPR was seriously going to implement a fast travel system outside of the vehicle. In a city where "more people [are] living below the poverty line than anywhere else," it makes sense that public transportation is the only thing its citizens can afford to get around.
Bill Borre wrote on Dec 3, 2020, 12:38:
It's also available on Stadia. I don't understand the hate generated here for this platform. I've got half a dozen games here and they've all been fine. The only glitch so far was the audio on Fallen Order got out of sync but I don't know if that's latency related. I picked up Rage 2 on sale and I've been enjoying it much more than the first one.
Jonjonz wrote on Nov 25, 2020, 06:29:
We all know how this little relationship is going to play out. Some time passes, the contractor delivers their first batch of planets/star systems. CR looks at them then sends them back saying, "Oh, now we want every populated planet to have a unique fully developed language you have to learn (new skill tree) before you can read the signs, do business, etc., also each planet needs several unique and lethal diseases (with fully modeled and animated body deformation and decay), that the player will need to seek out medical facilities with the proper vaccinations, and you will have to redo these anyway since we just reconfigured the game engine so we can show more rivets on our ships, so your scaling is all wrong."
Ant wrote on Nov 17, 2020, 04:25:
What did your neighbors say?