Retro. They changed the controls to match up with most helicopter games where throttle controls altitude, stays where you leave it and you can strafe left or right with the stick. Before it was a damn mess where you could rarely have the guns pointed at the target unless it was level with you and you were just hovering. Shooting at a tilt was nearly impossible.I'm watching "let's plays" of this, and I'm like, "Where the fuck is the aiming reticle?" and "How are you supposed to aim this fucking thing?"
Is that a retroactive patch, or is it only for the DLC and forward?
It hasn't to be my favorite military game ever. I mean, there are more exciting and movie like games out there, but this game is as real life as one could get with today's technology. I can't really think of anything I've wanted to do in this world that it doesn't allow. The attention to detail in this world is breathtaking no matter where you are at. Doesn't matter how remote or if you are never suppose to be there on a mission, it's still perfect. Nothing to break your suspension of disbelief except for some quirks in the vehicles.Got to admit, watching these vids has me wanting to get this game.
:trollface:If they were to make a sequel and have it take place in Montana where you were trying to take down a doomsday cult militia, I'm afraid I'd not leave the house for a month.
Far Cry is made by Ubisoft tooI watched a few videos and it looks like a stylized GR Wildlands that hopefully covers more territory than one map. Looks fun. Love the dog and the graphics are a notch higher (what a wonderful time to be a gamer). I think they need to tone down all the crazy bright markers over everyone's head because I find it cartoonish and distracting, but I understand they can't just ripoff Ubisoft. Definitely being presented as a more story driven game.
Yeah, did you play Far Cry 3 or 4 at all?It worried me when it said it was centered around a town. GR has multiple towns in most provinces. I can handle a linear progression as long as they let you screw around in between and the story is strong enough to justify the loss of freedom.