Discussion in 'Video Games' started by Gabe, May 4, 2019.
It’s good and I get lots of kills
glad you're blocking manually despite not having to fight manually
you're only 50% of the way to being barred from the bus
Skill gap between Skirmish/Duel modes compared to frontline is massive like
i got a turd from a 100 points chest in horde
My custom class is a viking with a build like this:
Medium Helmet (To be able to survive atleast one hit to the head by heavier weapons)
Medium Armor (Chainmail, makes your faction color harder to see which allows me to trick opponents unless they pay attention to my pants)
No Leg Armor (People rarely target legs, allowing me faster movement speed)
Spear (Long variant, got the most reach and stabs are more accurate compared to swings, allowing me to attack multiple people without being hit)
1 Perk = Gain stamina on kills, which with the spear I am able to always have stamina since it is a 2 hit kill to the head, plus you can outflanking enemies already fighting a teammate and frag them easily.
I always end up in top 3 if I use this class.
I also think my spear combined with riding a horse is a bit op, I got like 32 kills last time I did it.
me when i literally do anything
My dark souls elite knight
Is the combat easy to pick up and understand? I kinda sucked ass at For Honor because the combat was really unique.
Yes, it's easy to grasp. You'll only need to play the tutorial once and you'll have an easy understanding of how combat works. It's much more fluid and smooth compared to For Honor's combat system, I can tell you that.
is it possible to edit the starter fighters like brigand i cant edit any of them unless im doing something wrong
Click the Green soldier symbol up in the top to create a new class.
Tagging @Jamie cause we wanna get a team together
Really got that green top going
when a guy tries to feint, chamber and morph as well as doing gymnastics to kill you but you just do a horizontal swing to kill him in one hit