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  • JusticeforPlutoJusticeforPluto Total Goober Registered User regular
    During the ‘don’t let the bad guys shoot the boom powder’ part in act 2.The AI was, and I’m not kidding, programmed to make you lose. Jack will happily fly towards the event, Del will sit all the way back and not shoot a single bullet, and every enemy on the screen will focus fire on jack. Most frustrating thing in the game by far.

    Yeah Del got sticker in the Snatcher room for me. Finished with 2% left.
    Synthesis wrote: »
    Re: the COG
    Keep in mind the new COG is basically a reboot; Prescott left and the COG formerly disbanded. Even before that, the government was basically Prescott himself and the military was Colonel Hoffman.

    New COG is basically a new government inspired by the old one. Hell, it's being run by a former Stranded now.

    EDIT: Also, these are the monsters that killed millions and everyone who was alive 25 years ago knew about? How would you even attempt to cover them up?

    This sort of thing happens all the time. A lot of states define "government" as simple a ruling bloc, which is replaced by another when voted out or deposed or whatever. Taiwanese governments, Italian governments. Hence the expression, "form a new government". The Russian Federation is formally the same nation as the Russian Soviet Federated Socialist Republic (which they even called "Russian Federation" on occasion), but with a bunch of different political parties (and one same one, the CPRF) and a different bicameral parliament (and that's only because Boris Yeltsin dissolved the old ones--literally called the Soviet of the Republic and the Soviet of Nationalities, combined to make the Russian Supreme Soviet--via tanks and live ammo in 1993 when it tried to impeach him), which happens to be the sovereign successor to the supranational Soviet Union (a federation of a bunch of republics) because the international community had to recognize someone.

    It's stranger because the COG feels halfway between a supranational federation like the United States (or the USSR) and NATO, at least from what I can tell, but if it were "realistic" it probably believes itself to be legallly contiguous with the government that won the Pendulum Wars (and would probably want to maintain certain privileges, treaty benefits, etc., that came with that). Unless there's a book or comic that states otherwise, of course.The important part is that it's made up of completely different people and has at least renamed some of the offices (for all we know, Jinn is Chairwoman of the Coalition, everyone just calls her "First Minister" because that's politic). Since governments are institutions made up of people, and not run by computers typically, the actual actors in power do make all the difference in the world.

    Really, with extremely centralized governments (fictionally so), one person could make all the difference.
    Did Deschenko, the last premier (prime minister) of the UIR (effectively something between the USSR and the Warsaw Pact or Comecom) basically single-handed stop a retaliatory strike that would've slaughtered millions of people in the COG in retaliation for the successful theft of the Hammer of Dawn--and thereby effectively dooming the war effort? That seems to be the sentiment from the wiki along with what we learn in Gears 5. Granted, the UIR might've still lost the war, on top of killing millions of people in the COG, but thanks to Deschenko, only one side was brutally slaughtered via satellite.


    I don't think anyone was slaughtered. The UIR lost a fleet and then threw in the flag right? Cause they realized it would be a bloodbath if they launched.

    Well, then the CoG killed everyone on Emergence Day.

    Synthesis
  • AistanAistan Tiny Bat Registered User regular
    Nothing in the patch about fixing the graphics. Bummer.

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  • XeddicusXeddicus Registered User regular
    Pretty sure my problem is related to that somehow (or not), but yeah, no one will ever care about sprays TC! Don't waste programmers time.

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  • NotoriusBENNotoriusBEN Registered User regular

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  • Undead ScottsmanUndead Scottsman Registered User regular
    Apparently medals aren't rewarding stars at the moment, so that sucks. ToD objectives are still working fine.

  • SynthesisSynthesis Honda Today! Registered User regular
    During the ‘don’t let the bad guys shoot the boom powder’ part in act 2.The AI was, and I’m not kidding, programmed to make you lose. Jack will happily fly towards the event, Del will sit all the way back and not shoot a single bullet, and every enemy on the screen will focus fire on jack. Most frustrating thing in the game by far.

    Yeah Del got sticker in the Snatcher room for me. Finished with 2% left.
    Synthesis wrote: »
    Re: the COG
    Keep in mind the new COG is basically a reboot; Prescott left and the COG formerly disbanded. Even before that, the government was basically Prescott himself and the military was Colonel Hoffman.

    New COG is basically a new government inspired by the old one. Hell, it's being run by a former Stranded now.

    EDIT: Also, these are the monsters that killed millions and everyone who was alive 25 years ago knew about? How would you even attempt to cover them up?

    This sort of thing happens all the time. A lot of states define "government" as simple a ruling bloc, which is replaced by another when voted out or deposed or whatever. Taiwanese governments, Italian governments. Hence the expression, "form a new government". The Russian Federation is formally the same nation as the Russian Soviet Federated Socialist Republic (which they even called "Russian Federation" on occasion), but with a bunch of different political parties (and one same one, the CPRF) and a different bicameral parliament (and that's only because Boris Yeltsin dissolved the old ones--literally called the Soviet of the Republic and the Soviet of Nationalities, combined to make the Russian Supreme Soviet--via tanks and live ammo in 1993 when it tried to impeach him), which happens to be the sovereign successor to the supranational Soviet Union (a federation of a bunch of republics) because the international community had to recognize someone.

    It's stranger because the COG feels halfway between a supranational federation like the United States (or the USSR) and NATO, at least from what I can tell, but if it were "realistic" it probably believes itself to be legallly contiguous with the government that won the Pendulum Wars (and would probably want to maintain certain privileges, treaty benefits, etc., that came with that). Unless there's a book or comic that states otherwise, of course.The important part is that it's made up of completely different people and has at least renamed some of the offices (for all we know, Jinn is Chairwoman of the Coalition, everyone just calls her "First Minister" because that's politic). Since governments are institutions made up of people, and not run by computers typically, the actual actors in power do make all the difference in the world.

    Really, with extremely centralized governments (fictionally so), one person could make all the difference.
    Did Deschenko, the last premier (prime minister) of the UIR (effectively something between the USSR and the Warsaw Pact or Comecom) basically single-handed stop a retaliatory strike that would've slaughtered millions of people in the COG in retaliation for the successful theft of the Hammer of Dawn--and thereby effectively dooming the war effort? That seems to be the sentiment from the wiki along with what we learn in Gears 5. Granted, the UIR might've still lost the war, on top of killing millions of people in the COG, but thanks to Deschenko, only one side was brutally slaughtered via satellite.


    I don't think anyone was slaughtered. The UIR lost a fleet and then threw in the flag right? Cause they realized it would be a bloodbath if they launched.

    Well, then the CoG killed everyone on Emergence Day.
    I knew Deschenko and Prescott have that very faithful conversation when the later asks the former to directly cooperate in the Locust War (as oppose to inevitably fighting the Locus on their own and on their own terms)--"Millions will be slaughtered [otherwise]." "Millions already have been." But I checked the wiki, and it doesn't say the Hammer of Dawn was used on the the UIR's population centers (and by extension, there's no guarantee the UIR would've been the ones to escalate if the war had continued as Paduk wanted too--they COG had plenty of military targets they could've struck and everyone would've been back to where they started). I must've mis-interpreted the statement.

    Orca wrote: »
    Synthesis wrote:
    Isn't "Your sarcasm makes me wet," the highest compliment an Abh can pay a human?

    Only if said Abh is a member of the nobility.
  • KoopahTroopahKoopahTroopah The koopas, the troopas. Philadelphia, PARegistered User regular
    Man that campaign is not very good, is it?

    It's super short, two acts are nearly identical, and the most interesting thing
    Kaits visions
    gets solved very early. After the last boss, my crew and I were left feeling very "huh I guess that's it?"

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  • MagellMagell Sphinx! Parts UnknownRegistered User regular
    Apparently medals aren't rewarding stars at the moment, so that sucks. ToD objectives are still working fine.

    I got stars for tge medal I earned. They're just not showing how many stars they're worth.

  • JusticeforPlutoJusticeforPluto Total Goober Registered User regular
    Man that campaign is not very good, is it?

    It's super short, two acts are nearly identical, and the most interesting thing
    Kaits visions
    gets solved very early. After the last boss, my crew and I were left feeling very "huh I guess that's it?"

    I liked it but I would agree it was short and canceled the most interesting part of the story to early.

  • KoopahTroopahKoopahTroopah The koopas, the troopas. Philadelphia, PARegistered User regular
    Man that campaign is not very good, is it?

    It's super short, two acts are nearly identical, and the most interesting thing
    Kaits visions
    gets solved very early. After the last boss, my crew and I were left feeling very "huh I guess that's it?"

    I liked it but I would agree it was short and canceled the most interesting part of the story to early.

    I'm not saying I didn't have fun. The gunplay is Gears, the weapons were varied, the (few) environments were pretty great, Jack was amazing, the fights were a little repetitive, but the story writing was easily the worst of the series I think.

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  • BRIAN BLESSEDBRIAN BLESSED Maybe you aren't SPEAKING LOUDLY ENOUGHHH Registered User regular
    I have a vein ready to burst at my temple re: the discussion, but I haven't actually finished the story mode yet because I'm deliberately going chapter by chapter with my co-op group so I'm not going to finalize my judgement just yet

  • SynthesisSynthesis Honda Today! Registered User regular
    edited October 4
    Man that campaign is not very good, is it?

    It's super short, two acts are nearly identical, and the most interesting thing
    Kaits visions
    gets solved very early. After the last boss, my crew and I were left feeling very "huh I guess that's it?"

    I liked it but I would agree it was short and canceled the most interesting part of the story to early.

    I'm not saying I didn't have fun. The gunplay is Gears, the weapons were varied, the (few) environments were pretty great, Jack was amazing, the fights were a little repetitive, but the story writing was easily the worst of the series I think.

    The campaign is quite short (I expected a fifth act)--the optional side missions and collectibles extend that, but they are optional, and you may ignore them (despite the whole "You can't go back from here," warning). That being said, it's also been getting very, very positive feedback in reviews (compared to the multiplayer, which has't been seen poorly either). So a lot of people think it's actually very good, but if you don't like it, you don't like it.

    Jack was okay. Not that interesting as a character, unsurprisingly, but if you like that sort of lite RPG skill tree, eh.

    Synthesis on
    Orca wrote: »
    Synthesis wrote:
    Isn't "Your sarcasm makes me wet," the highest compliment an Abh can pay a human?

    Only if said Abh is a member of the nobility.
  • NotoriusBENNotoriusBEN Registered User regular
    I think my biggest irk with gears 5 is all the collection grind.

    Gears1 worked because there were only 30 cog tags in the entire game.
    I know the new collectables give increased lore of the world, but when each chapter has 50 collectibles and on top of that the 200 or so Jack chips to upgrade him...

    Granted, you can reslot Jack's abilities, and you are more than flexible enough around 70 or 80 chips, but,

    I'm playing a shooter, not donky kong 64.

    1 chapter of skiff sailing was fine, but it felt like filler between actual gears segments in order to somehow pad play time.

    Go back to gears1. The atmosphere and tension felt like like a military horror or thriller movie, and actually engaging with the enemy was the release. Gears2 was good, and it still had elements of that gears1 tension, but every title since has tried to up the 'over the top action' element... Or something... Gears 5 is serviceable, but it is lacking what made gears1 great.

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  • SynthesisSynthesis Honda Today! Registered User regular
    Yeah, that's the dilemma of the in-game collectibles.

    You can ignore them, but you need a certain, for lack of a better term, self-discipline. The game is harder with minimum Jack upgrades, though still playable (your own abilities will always be more crucial than Jack's ironically dumb AI). It's better to have them then not to, but it's annoying for completionists and list addicts, to be sure. Without them, the game would be even shorter.

    Atmosphere is relative. I liked Gears of War, but I know plenty of people who thought any attempts at tension were immediately doomed by the entirely-too-ridiculous macho Unreal Tournament comic book aesthetic that people weren't accustomed to yet. It was never a "tense" game for them by any stretch of the imagination--I can sympathize, I always found the games more sobering and sad in a way (that lent them a memorable feeling) than tense.

    Frankly, I'm just grateful for changes in scenery that the games desperately needed. Gears of War 4 moved in that direction, but really didn't go far enough.

    Orca wrote: »
    Synthesis wrote:
    Isn't "Your sarcasm makes me wet," the highest compliment an Abh can pay a human?

    Only if said Abh is a member of the nobility.
  • KoopahTroopahKoopahTroopah The koopas, the troopas. Philadelphia, PARegistered User regular
    I thought the Kyrll from Gears 1 were far more frightening than the Flocks from Gears 5, but that might just be because of the night-time segments in Gears 1.

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  • SynthesisSynthesis Honda Today! Registered User regular
    I thought the Kyril were more annoying then the flocks--which isn't praise, considering the flocks were, after all, annoying, but you could at least destroy them in a more meaningful way.

    I hadn't really thought of either of them in the context of frightening. But the franchise has always been more melancholy than frightening to me.

    Orca wrote: »
    Synthesis wrote:
    Isn't "Your sarcasm makes me wet," the highest compliment an Abh can pay a human?

    Only if said Abh is a member of the nobility.
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  • NotoriusBENNotoriusBEN Registered User regular
    Maybe frightening is too strong a word. But there was an ebb and flow to the action and downtime. Fight, guitar riff, regroup, build up, release via engagement, fight.

    I dunno... The game built up dangerous beings like the spiders. And by gears 3 they are mundane and we are mudstomping hatchlings.

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  • BonepartBonepart Registered User regular
    A quick search didn't turn up a thread for The XBox Game Pass, so I thought I would ask here. Since Game Pass lets you play games on PC as well, are achievements enabled on PC? Some google searches seemed to indicate they were, but I can't seem to find where it is in the XBox app for PC?

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  • ZxerolZxerol HOW MANY POUNDS IS CAT POOP Registered User regular
    Bonepart wrote: »
    A quick search didn't turn up a thread for The XBox Game Pass, so I thought I would ask here. Since Game Pass lets you play games on PC as well, are achievements enabled on PC? Some google searches seemed to indicate they were, but I can't seem to find where it is in the XBox app for PC?

    The beta Xbox app doesn't show achievements, but the old app (renamed Xbox Console Companion for whatever reason) does.

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    Checking account.xbox.com also works.

  • BonepartBonepart Registered User regular
    edited October 4
    I was more concerned with being able to get achievements actually, not just seeing them. I initially wanted to try Gears 5 on my PC but I also discovered Astroneer on the Game Pass, and that plays so much better on PC. I just don't want to give up the achievements!

    Edit: huh. I apparently already have the Xbox Console Companion installed? Plus it seems to have given me the achievement yesterday that I got to see if I could get it on PC. Maybe it gave it to me, just didn't give me a pop up to tell me so?

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  • tastydonutstastydonuts Registered User regular
    edited October 5
    Are you playing under the microsoft account that's tied to your xbox?

    edit: assuming you last played Gears 12 days ago, yes.

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  • SynthesisSynthesis Honda Today! Registered User regular
    Bonepart wrote: »
    A quick search didn't turn up a thread for The XBox Game Pass, so I thought I would ask here. Since Game Pass lets you play games on PC as well, are achievements enabled on PC? Some google searches seemed to indicate they were, but I can't seem to find where it is in the XBox app for PC?

    If you're playing an game with Xbox achievements on PC, yes. That sounds kind of stupid, but it's basically that simple: does this version support achievements? Then it has achievements.

    There are basically three scenarios:

    1) It's an Xbox "Play Anywhere" title, which means your Xbox live account and user progress are automatically shared between Xbox and PC. Gears 5 (well, the normal version on Gamepass) is an example of this. If you installed it via the Windows Store (which is a way to install Gears 5), it's either this or...

    2) It's an Xbox Live game, but not a play anywhere game. For some reason (i.e. the developer) largely identical games have exclusive Windows 10 versions. Abzu or games from the Neo Geo ACA Library are examples: they're basically the same with their console versions, and they support cloud saves (typically), but saves are not compatible with the Xbox One versions. They have separate achievement lists (so you fill two separate lists).

    3) It's a Microsoft published game that is on a distinct platform. It will have no (Xbox) achievements, it is effectively completely separate. I believe Cuphead on Steam is a case of this (it has Steam achievements, if you follow those, and maybe Steam cloud saves?). Gears 5 on Steam might be true. I do not believe saves are shared either. Obviously, none of these games are in Gamepass because, well, they're not Xbox games, they're Steam or whatever games.

    Everyone Gamepass Library game on PC can be installed via the Windows Store (either look it up by name, or just use the search criteria and select it under 'Subscription type'). But there's a huge amount of stuff on there. You may want to use the Xbox App, which doesn't do very much, but linking to Gamepass games on the WIndows Store is one of the.

    (For everyone else, you can also install any Xbox game on console via the Windows Store. No way to use the Xbox console's store to install a Windows 10 game though, hah.)

    Orca wrote: »
    Synthesis wrote:
    Isn't "Your sarcasm makes me wet," the highest compliment an Abh can pay a human?

    Only if said Abh is a member of the nobility.
  • BonepartBonepart Registered User regular
    It is giving me credit for my achievements, it's just being sly about it. Good enough though! I'll keep the Xbox app open on my other monitor so I can track progress :+1:

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  • Undead ScottsmanUndead Scottsman Registered User regular
    If you sync your windows login with your microsoft account, you'll get achievement notifications through the windows notification tab.

  • Undead ScottsmanUndead Scottsman Registered User regular
    So, I just failed to get double stars even though the double stars thing is active, so that's about 10 stars I lost out on. Curious if they'll even be able to retroactively fix this. Especially given how I'm about 112 stars away from finishing this tour of duty.

  • bloodyroarxxbloodyroarxx Registered User regular

    Ffs I’ve also played 6 sounds of versus and not getting post match rewards

    So guess I’m done for today

    Seriously I’m at my wits end with the crap from this games broken infrastructure

    Yeah man, I tell ya what, man, that dang ol' internet, man, you just go in on there and point and click, talk about w-w-dot-w-com, mean you got the naked chicks on there, man, just go click, click, click, click, click, it's real easy, man.
  • WingedWeaselWingedWeasel Registered User regular
    edited October 6
    This latest hive seems dumb. The premier strategy is just haul ass and retry as many times as it takes to just get to the end fighting zero enemies.

    That may be more faithful to the "lore" of the game mode I guess though

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  • MechanicalMechanical Registered User regular
    This latest hive seems dumb. The premier strategy is just haul ass and retry as many times as it takes to just get to the end fighting zero enemies.

    That may be more faithful to the "lore" of the game mode I guess though

    It'll also get you a worse time in most circumstances since you're not getting the tags or the kill bounties.

  • Undead ScottsmanUndead Scottsman Registered User regular
    This latest hive seems dumb. The premier strategy is just haul ass and retry as many times as it takes to just get to the end fighting zero enemies.

    That may be more faithful to the "lore" of the game mode I guess though

    At the higher difficulties, there's enough drones to knock you down with rifle fire before you can make it too far. Even running up on them to knife them is a pain in the ass.

    Anywho, seems the star thing is fixed. They're not sure if they'll be able to award missing stars, but they did extend things an extra day.



  • Undead ScottsmanUndead Scottsman Registered User regular
    edited October 6
    I really cannot fathom what was going through the Coalition's collective minds when they came up with the idea of executions as cosmetics.... and made almost all of the unlockable ones WORSE than the defaults.

    Like, they're all "We took this fairly boring execution from the Enforcer or Marksa and added it to weapons like the Breaker mace, which has a fantastic default execution."

    EDIT: The Swarm character models are all like this too; the defaults are the cooler looking "Elite" versions and the harder to acquire ones are the basic models. What the heck?

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  • WingedWeaselWingedWeasel Registered User regular
    Mechanical wrote: »
    This latest hive seems dumb. The premier strategy is just haul ass and retry as many times as it takes to just get to the end fighting zero enemies.

    That may be more faithful to the "lore" of the game mode I guess though

    It'll also get you a worse time in most circumstances since you're not getting the tags or the kill bounties.

    it's weird because i know the mode is supposed to be a "high score" thing...well low score? whatever, everyone knows what i mean. i have yet to go in trying to actually compete for a leaderboard position. if the team doesn't do something catastrophically dumb immediately following the first encounter i consider it a blessing. actually completing the hive? that's damn near miraculous
    I really cannot fathom what was going through the Coalition's collective minds when they came up with the idea of executions as cosmetics.... and made almost all of the unlockable ones WORSE than the defaults.

    Like, they're all "We took this fairly boring execution from the Enforcer or Marksa and added it to weapons like the Breaker mace, which has a fantastic default execution."

    EDIT: The Swarm character models are all like this too; the defaults are the cooler looking "Elite" versions and the harder to acquire ones are the basic models. What the heck?

    i actually think the new boltok one is pretty dumb. it is more damning that you cannot curb stomp. that's as iconic as the lancer.

    sort of related but the the throat slice execution an unlockable?

  • BRIAN BLESSEDBRIAN BLESSED Maybe you aren't SPEAKING LOUDLY ENOUGHHH Registered User regular
    Every time I play Gears 5 on PC or Xbox my Windows Phone goes apeshit whenever I unlock an achievement

    So yeah that stuff is integrated. (thanks phone, I guess)

  • SynthesisSynthesis Honda Today! Registered User regular
    Every time I play Gears 5 on PC or Xbox my Windows Phone goes apeshit whenever I unlock an achievement

    So yeah that stuff is integrated. (thanks phone, I guess)

    I mean, I get achievement logs on my LG G6+...but that's courtesy of the Xbox App (which is pretty good--effectively the Xbox Console Companion app, but on a phone).

    Orca wrote: »
    Synthesis wrote:
    Isn't "Your sarcasm makes me wet," the highest compliment an Abh can pay a human?

    Only if said Abh is a member of the nobility.
  • Undead ScottsmanUndead Scottsman Registered User regular
    A new week means a new Hive and if you thought The Hunter’s Ghost Sires were scary, you ain’t seen nothing yet.

    This week’s Hive is called The Wanderer, named after the invulnerable (yes, literally un-killable!) Mulcher Scion that walks the halls of Hive. As you navigate towards the exit, you’ll need to work around this unstoppable threat in order to get out – if he makes it onto the Helipad, there’s no escape.

    Tougher modifiers for this Hive also make The Wanderer even more effective with quicker movement and ultra-stopping power – which makes running past enemies a thing of the past.

    Well, that's interesting. Didn't realize that the escape dungeons were going to have new mechanics like that.

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    We're a month into this 3 month Tour and no word on the new characters that were going to be added.

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  • Undead ScottsmanUndead Scottsman Registered User regular
    It looks like I got my missing stars from the double stars weekend, so, uh..

    I am the very model of a modern major general... :whistle:

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  • tastydonutstastydonuts Registered User regular
    what is the re-up grind like for this one?

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  • Undead ScottsmanUndead Scottsman Registered User regular
    what is the re-up grind like for this one?

    Every level is 1000 xp, and you re-up at 100, at which point every level is 1100 xp, next reup is 1200 etc. etc. I'm a third of the way through reup 3 already.

    Dunno what the cap is, if there even is one.

  • tastydonutstastydonuts Registered User regular
    what is the re-up grind like for this one?

    Every level is 1000 xp, and you re-up at 100, at which point every level is 1100 xp, next reup is 1200 etc. etc. I'm a third of the way through reup 3 already.

    Dunno what the cap is, if there even is one.

    what's the XP gains like in this one then?

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  • Undead ScottsmanUndead Scottsman Registered User regular
    what is the re-up grind like for this one?

    Every level is 1000 xp, and you re-up at 100, at which point every level is 1100 xp, next reup is 1200 etc. etc. I'm a third of the way through reup 3 already.

    Dunno what the cap is, if there even is one.

    what's the XP gains like in this one then?

    Haven't really paid attention. I do have a double-XP boost due to having Game Pass Ultimate. It's not unusual for me to get multiple levels after an activity, but it depends on lots of factors. (How well you do, how many times you restart an escape level)

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