Slick wrote on Nov 25, 2020, 01:54:
Don't know what you guys are talking about re: PvP
If someone kills you, you simply select "Parlay" and they can't attack you again for 10 minutes. You always respawn within 100-150m and there's no penalty.
You can also press "L" to bring up the player menu and select "defensive", which means your character has like 200% HP when being shot by another player, so it's hard to grief you.
But again, if someone kills you, just "parlay" and you become immune for 10 minutes.
I kept pwning this one loud-mouthed hillbilly over and over, and he refused to hit Parlay, and just told me I had to stop, or else he was reporting me to rockstar for griefing. I'm like LOL have you EVER played GTA online!? Also, the game devs have already implremented a feature in the game to do exactly what you want, which you refuse to use... and now you want to waste someone's time reporting me? Fucking Karens.
VaranDragon wrote on Nov 25, 2020, 11:32:HorrorScope wrote on Nov 25, 2020, 10:28:VaranDragon wrote on Nov 25, 2020, 03:44:
Can you use this to play through the single player story campaign of RDR2? (For 5$ seems like a good deal)
Sure and their next game for free to!
I assume this is sarcasm? (The bad spelling is a clue?)
Cutter wrote on Nov 24, 2020, 20:34:
And is it a haxfest like GTAO?
TheBigVlad wrote on Nov 24, 2020, 22:21:I'll note that I've played quite a bit of RDO (and continue to off and on) and most days you only encounter players riding past or idling around a shop.
Thanks for the info. Maybe I'll just give it a try and see what kind of luck I have.
Rilcon wrote on Nov 24, 2020, 21:27:
There is no way to fully avoid PvP (outside of story missions), but you can generally move around it or head to another part of the map. There aren't any penalties to dying (apart from it interrupting whatever you were doing), you just respawn in the general vicinity a couple seconds later. Which is what also makes defending yourself from PvP intensely frustrating as your attacker can just keep coming until one of you decides to leave the area fully and there's no real penalty to randomly attacking people (player bounties are pointless and the hostility marker doesn't last long and is fickle in its purpose).
TheBigVlad wrote on Nov 24, 2020, 20:25:
I'm not interested in being fresh meat but I am interested in giving this a try if I can finally avoid PvP for the most part. Is that possible yet? I haven't played RDR Online yet because I don't care for PvP. If I do get killed, are there any real consequences or do I just respawn at the nearest town or something?