Valandui's Weekly Music Video
The Devin Townsend Project: Kingdom (Live)
The game has been in development for 2 years, I wouldnt say its rushed, its just that like Bethesda, Ubisoft arent the best programmers.
still a very good game needs a patch
As of friday i was a few levels below you on the multiplayer, but it looks like you have blown me away. Bastard!
edit: also had a question. Keep in mind, i havent played multiplayer since Brotherhood, so im still struggling through some of the changes. Im a manhunt guy, i love two teams hunting and working together. Yet, after a game of manhunt they change the settings to other team based modes. Alittle variety is nice, but still would like the option of sticking in manhunt. Have you, or anyone else, found a way to accomplish this?
Last edited by Spesh; 11-13-2012 at 06:03 PM.
If you're in a particular game type, you can vote on a map for the next match, which you probably know. It seems to be 2 maps on your current mode, and then one map of a new mode. As long as everyone votes for one of the maps on the current mode, which seems to be like 90% of the time, you'll stay on there. I think that's as close as it gets.
I'm looking for competent groups to do Wolfpack with. It's a fun mode if you have 4 people who know what they're doing. Most of the time you get matched with some new guy who doesn't understand how to get high kill scores. Instead he runs in all stupid and scatters everyone and get a weak 150 point kill. Obnoxious...
As for aerial, i havent had to much problem, but then again i only do it sparingly. I perfer to avoid going on roofs at all and only do so if its late in the game or in similarly desperate situations. Then again, as i said earlier, i play in Manhunt so i constantly have 4 people after me. Acrobatic kills ive gotten a few, but never on purpose. Not sure what qualifies as an acrobatic kill.
Havent tried Wolfpack. Would we need to be similar rank to group up?
We wouldn't need to be at the same level for Wolfpack. It's just a group of players running around and killing NPCs. You get a set amount of time to get as many points as possible. Probably wouldn't be too hard with a smart group of people. Just doesn't work when you have these knuckle-draggers storming in recklessly and slashing everything for 100 points...