The Daughter disappears during a treasure hunt and Nathan has to go find her despite him being an older man by then. Could make for some interesting plot lines if ND were willing to "let go" of a character or two along the way.
The article is right, what you on about ?
PC is 32 % (27 + 5 = 32) as described in link provided in the article..
That picture isn't new, it was leaked/made up a few months back....
Besides, it looks more like a description of a season pass. Notice 5 DLC packs, just as with the last couple of Battlefield games.
Im hoping for an origin story of the brotherhood of Assassins and Templars.
I'd love to see the use of ancient Rome, Carthage and Egypt over the course of a new trilogy :)
You make a valid point. However, when a level 19 gets matched with level 30+, you're fighting against people with starcards much more powerfull than what is available to you. That leaves you at a great disadvantage.
Instead, the matchmaking system should simply wait for more people at my skill level around level 19 +/- a few levels.
I liked the game until the matchmaking system (which is horrid btw, sad excuse for not including a server browser) deciced my KDR and Win rate was too high and started matching me, a level 19, with people being level 30 including quite a few level 50's. WHY!?
I'll tell you why....shitty matchmaking that DICE tries to sell as being an innovative awesome new system that matches players skill....
Both games are great RPG's and open world games. In the end it comes down to differences in theme, setting and narrative focus.
If you like a modern'ish theme with guns and focus on exploration, Fallout is your game.
If you like a fantasy theme with swords, magic and heavy focus on narrative, Witcher is your game.
I'm just happy i get to play both in the same year :)
Funny that Witcher 3 and Bloodborne, two games that are equally hard and unforgiving (if you choose the right difficulty in Witcher 3 obviously) are the absolute favourites this year.
I'd like to see a return to games being harder instead of flashy rollercoasters.
Im guessing High Moon are just co-developing it. I doubt Bungie would be happy with another studio doing a full title release, maybe DLC and expansions but not the full title release that Destiny 2 would be.
Twitter only mentiones a Publishing deal...So what is it, a buyout or a publishing deal?
Actually, i really enjoyed the game. It may be short, but i like the story and the universe. Gameplay was solid.
Too casualized. Meh
No Server Browser = no buy
Releasing on PC also means that modders will find all the stuff they have locked away and dont want us to find yet (Moar DLC bitches! $$$$$).
I'd totally switch from PS4 to PC though. Loading times are fucking killing me!
At the very least, it seems that every bit of content being released from now looks more like the AAA quality that we were promised (and didn't get) with the Original game.
I bet they didn't dare release this game on PC because of all the cuts they made. Modders would find all the hidden things and locked/DLC content and probably much more, given just a few day or weeks.
Out of the blue kinda news.
Makes me think it's part of a strategy to make DD 2 and put it on PS4,XBO, and PC.
Played it on PS3, but looking forward to enjoying DD2 on PC, hopefully with a friend. Coop would be cool for this game.
Im guessing the build used for the Nvidia trailer is not the one released on Steam.
WB probably ended up releasing their most stable build (Oh the irony..).
Personally i'm gonna wait for the complete/GOTY edition sometime around christmas or early next year.
I will never ever be a fan of their ugly, bug-riddled "creation" engine. But damn, those games are just too awesome to pass on.
Tomb Raider was an awesome game and the next Tomb Raider looks really good as well.
That said, Uncharted is just a level above anything else in the genre.