What traditional 'Ubisoft open world game' elements seem like a good fit? What don't?Chris: I'm not a huge fan of leveled enemies in some cases—I'm fine when there's heavies and when reaching new leveled zones results in meeting more powerful enemies, but I recall in Assassin's Creed Origins wandering into a high level zone and encountering a hyena that was like 30 levels higher than me and thus indestructible, whereas a hyena in a level-appropriate zone was just a hyena. It would just feel weird if one standard-issue stormtrooper was cannon fodder but another, because he was standing on the other side of a dotted line on the map, was god-like. Hyenas are hyenas, and stormtroopers should be stormtroopers. … [Read more...] about What do we want from Ubisoft’s open world Star Wars game?
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Perk 3 has a slightly lower power level so it’s a bit less down to the meta as to which one you choose. I personally prefer Amped, because when using two primary weapons like a Sniper and Assault Rifle it’s hugely beneficial to be able to switch between the two guns quickly. It’s saved me from death multiple times. Alternatively, Battle Hardened is also a nice one – it minimises the impact of enemy flashbangs and stunners, as well as stopping niche situations like gas grenades and snapshot grenades. Finally, Tracker can be a really strong option, especially late in the game, when you’re trying to hunt down the last of your foes to clinch that Warzone Victory. … [Read more...] about Best Warzone loadouts and top class setups
The way shotguns in Borderlands 3 hurl enemies into the air as if they've been yanked up by a playful god is A+, but Borderlands 2 was a hard act to follow. Sure, it was another game about shooting people and taking their stuff, but it embellished that with character-writing and gags so good you could take away the shooting and still have something enjoyable. Actually, what you'd have is Tales from the Borderlands, which was one of Telltale's best games. … [Read more...] about The best parts of Borderlands 3 are hidden in its DLC
Optic: None Muzzle: Flash Cone 12 Ga Barrel: 24.8” Task Force Body: Ember Sighting Point (or Mounted Flashlight) Magazine: Stanag 12 Rnd Tube Handle: None Stock: Marathon Stock So, we’re going with a maximised salvage and equipment drop rate in this loadout, which is massively beneficial throughout the game but especially in later rounds. The more salvage you get, the easier it is to armour up, upgrade your gun rarity, and buy killstreaks. Basically, you want as much gear as possible, and the bonuses from other attachments don’t make as much of a difference. That’s why the flashlight is here, as well as the 12-round Tube magazine to minimise reload requirements. We want speed too, so our Marathon Stock will stack really well with things like Stamin-Up to get us moving around the map faster. … [Read more...] about Cold War Zombies: Best loadout, weapons and field upgrades