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Mountain biking around Miramar.

 

https://chickendinner.gg/steam/2021/12/01/13/37/e427b2b9-52ab-11ec-83e6-02b5003992d4?follow=deputy_givens

 

I got invited to the Super People technical stress test over the weekend, and whilst it looks lovely and feels nice to play, the class system and ridiculously overpowered super powers (Aim bot and radar as unlocks should never exist in a shooter) just sent me back to PUBG, which I still feel is the best BR out there. The bike is a great new inclusion. 

 

*tumbleweed*

 

It's a shame the dark times and bad rep have all but killed the game. It's actually in great shape. It needs some kind of rebrand.

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45 minutes ago, Opinionated Ham Scarecrow said:

Mountain biking around Miramar.

 

https://chickendinner.gg/steam/2021/12/01/13/37/e427b2b9-52ab-11ec-83e6-02b5003992d4?follow=deputy_givens

 

I got invited to the Super People technical stress test over the weekend, and whilst it looks lovely and feels nice to play, the class system and ridiculously overpowered super powers (Aim bot and radar as unlocks should never exist in a shooter) just sent me back to PUBG, which I still feel is the best BR out there. The bike is a great new inclusion. 

 

*tumbleweed*

 

It's a shame the dark times and bad rep have all but killed the game. It's actually in great shape. It needs some kind of rebrand.

 

I think I need something between PUBG and Warzone. I don't care for more ridiculous elements of Warzone - the Gulag giving you a chance to respawn, being able to buy back players and kill streak power ups in general. A key element in any core Battle Royale is that if you die then you are dead. It makes every combat encounter meaningful. 

 

Equally, I do like the immediacy of Warzone. No faffing around with attachments, different types or armour of health. You drop, you find a weapon, find a stock of armour and you are broadly good to go. At times PUBG felt like a loot simulator first, an inventory management system second followed finally by a combat Battle Royale. 

 

I was hoping for a while that PUBG might nick some of Warzone's better ideas but it just seems to be slowly fading into history. You are right that it needs a rebrand or relaunch since the basic feel of the game is really good. 

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21 hours ago, McCoy said:

 

I think I need something between PUBG and Warzone. I don't care for more ridiculous elements of Warzone - the Gulag giving you a chance to respawn, being able to buy back players and kill streak power ups in general. A key element in any core Battle Royale is that if you die then you are dead. It makes every combat encounter meaningful. 

 

Equally, I do like the immediacy of Warzone. No faffing around with attachments, different types or armour of health. You drop, you find a weapon, find a stock of armour and you are broadly good to go. At times PUBG felt like a loot simulator first, an inventory management system second followed finally by a combat Battle Royale. 

 

I was hoping for a while that PUBG might nick some of Warzone's better ideas but it just seems to be slowly fading into history. You are right that it needs a rebrand or relaunch since the basic feel of the game is really good. 

 

get on the super people beta this weekend, was watching choco and hollywood bob play. Looks like a nice halfway house between PUBG warzone and apex. Some great ideas in there and ballistics looked fun.

 

 

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