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Wildlands Has 2 Endings - No Spoilers
« on: March 19, 2017, 08:20:06 PM »
In order to see both endings, you need to go after El Seno as soon as he is unlocked.  After you finish, go back and make sure all other missions are complete and get 100% for each boss.  Then redo the El Seno mission.  YOu get a different ending.  I am not sure which one I like better, but I am leaning toward the first one.
    

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Re: Wildlands Has 2 Endings - No Spoilers
« Reply #1 on: March 22, 2017, 04:49:36 PM »
So... thoughts?  I have a free copy of this or For Honor.  I played the beta of Wildlands and thought the driving/vehicle physics were terrible and with what seemed like alot of driving to be had that it would annoy the crap out of me.

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Re: Wildlands Has 2 Endings - No Spoilers
« Reply #2 on: March 22, 2017, 10:20:25 PM »
So... thoughts?  I have a free copy of this or For Honor.  I played the beta of Wildlands and thought the driving/vehicle physics were terrible and with what seemed like alot of driving to be had that it would annoy the crap out of me.

I like it.  It is very Division like without the hacking as there is no benefit from it.  that might change if they come out with MP.  Anyway, vehicle physics were tweaked but still my least favorite thing.  Once you unlock tier 4 rebel vehicle drop off, they drop a helo.  It is good to get around quicker even though moving forward at accelerated speeds still causes diving.  As you can imagine, bad helo physics probably bother me than most.

Even with these flaws I thorougly enjoyed the game.  I am still playing due to me being a completionist and needing to knock out all the non-repeating missions and pickups.  I am looking forward to future unlocks of new areas.  When you get into the areas where you are dealing more with UNIDAD than the Cartel, the complexity does go up in a good way.  I do HIGHLY suggest unless you are totally new to shooters like this, to run it on higher difficulty than standard.  You will find it too easy until you get 1/2 way through.
    

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Re: Wildlands Has 2 Endings - No Spoilers
« Reply #3 on: March 22, 2017, 11:21:27 PM »
So... thoughts?  I have a free copy of this or For Honor.  I played the beta of Wildlands and thought the driving/vehicle physics were terrible and with what seemed like alot of driving to be had that it would annoy the crap out of me.

I like it.  It is very Division like without the hacking as there is no benefit from it.  that might change if they come out with MP.  Anyway, vehicle physics were tweaked but still my least favorite thing.  Once you unlock tier 4 rebel vehicle drop off, they drop a helo.  It is good to get around quicker even though moving forward at accelerated speeds still causes diving.  As you can imagine, bad helo physics probably bother me than most.

Even with these flaws I thorougly enjoyed the game.  I am still playing due to me being a completionist and needing to knock out all the non-repeating missions and pickups.  I am looking forward to future unlocks of new areas.  When you get into the areas where you are dealing more with UNIDAD than the Cartel, the complexity does go up in a good way.  I do HIGHLY suggest unless you are totally new to shooters like this, to run it on higher difficulty than standard.  You will find it too easy until you get 1/2 way through.

yeah, I'm aweful at driving. The helo's arent too bad though. Jiraxis, are you holding the forward key too long? once you get going forward you should be able to hold 'shift' or whatever your lift key is and it should keep you level while moving forward. One of the guys I've been playing with can keep it 5m off the ground/canopy while going up and down mountains (I'm not that good).

But yeah, there's a lot of stuff that can be pretty crazy compared to what the beta was.