Albeit there's is no winning in a game that never ends....is that you must pay to win.
I can understand people upset about balance but nothing is balanced, real money being spent in games to get a edge you just have to deal with, its in most games these days, I dont have a special weapon and the team i have been on have won plenty of games without.
I will start with saying, I do have a special gun.I have to echo Wild Spirit's criticism. It's very valid.
It's an axiom at this point in The West 2.0.
More specifically, for example, if you have the "Dragon rifle" you will not lose an Adventure. You'll crit 650+ probably every turn. No one can stand up to you.
Just adding a thought here......I have battled against Pty on these things(I usually have a Cullens rifle equipped), I have lost a few and won a few. It is fun imo to see peeps from other worlds to be on a team.I will start with saying, I do have a special gun.
The game uses a system where it uses levels as a balance, cant say about the gun. However I've been in games(which have a full complement of non-afk players) against 1 special rifle, 2 special rifles and 3 special rifles vs just the one special rifle. Yes the degree off difficulty is increased against the player who has a special rifle but they are certainly not impossible.
I've lost being against no special weapons, and won whilst being outnumbered by them. It's about how you play against them. Nothing in the game forces you to engage the player who has the special weapon consistently. Play smartly and it isn't a huge issue.
Nothing forces you to play the adventures either, if you dont like the system as it is right now, you dont have to play them, just campaign for change. Sadly though with the rewards that are on offer for so little it really makes you want to play them.
Yep it is nice, with Kidd I can certainly vouch for losing and winning against meJust adding a thought here......I have battled against Pty on these things(I usually have a Cullens rifle equipped), I have lost a few and won a few. It is fun imo to see peeps from other worlds to be on a team.
Considering that you are a leader on this forum is upsetting. The last two times I played with you on my team you spend 15+ rounds repeatedly berating players that didn't understand what to do. That's the other unpleasant scenario about this game. It doesn't surprise me at all that you just brush off this balance issue so tritely.
I've played this game for almost 5 years - I refuse to just walk away. I guess I'll just have to put up with this crap regardless of the current tenor.
the problem with the argument is that it is simply not true across the board. i have been a part of games that have 3 players with special weapons and regardless of winning or loosing, not a single one of them was the cause. I use ludwigs rifle and have topped 10k damage a few times myself. If you run into someone with a special weapon, then the best thing you can do is have your team concentrate their fire on the individual and take them out ASAP. If you find yourself in a one on one fight, then run around the building in circles until help arrives. Its part of the game and complaining about the use of those items will do no good, because they are here and will continue to be. Same as those who have had Hank's Rifle drop from loot chests, have more HP or chance for crit an the rest of us, just part of itMore specifically, for example, if you have the "Dragon rifle" you will not lose an Adventure. You'll crit 650+ probably every turn. No one can stand up to you.
well then the team he was against was much worse off apparently, because as mentioned, if a team has a disconnected player, it almost always equals a lossYou have 20% chances of dropping a loot chest.
I had seen a player just seems to connect than leaves all of a sudden.
he bragged about what he got.
I played with 1 player disconnected, against a player who had best weapon. We won it, so it doesn't actually make a huge difference if you are playing a team who isn't capable.well then the team he was against was much worse off apparently, because as mentioned, if a team has a disconnected player, it almost always equals a loss