I read that there are two recalibration libraries. One for level 1-30 players, and one for level 31-40 players with Warlords of New York. For people with the expansion it doesn't seem like there is any use for level 30 and under gear. That is what I am aksing.
I am WT5. I remember when I last played the control points had to be played at Challenging I think to get crafting recipes to drop.
I would prefer to play at whatever difficulty is fun without it restricting me from getting crafting recipes or gear.
Yeah, solo is the only way I play.
Still thinking about coming back for the expansion. Can I progress well and get good gear at lower difficulties? I have gotten to the point where I just want to relax and have fun when playing games.
I haven't played this since June. I quit when they made certain loot only available in the raid. It blocked content from solo players.
That said, should I get the expansion and come back? Is the first year pass worth getting to easily unlock the added specializations?
I must be old. I still don't get the controller on a PC thing.
If controllers are more ergonomic and comfortable, save a couple thousand dollars and get a console. You get a significantly better display and a couch too.
I spent almost 200 hours just exploring the world. Now that I have the world uncovered, I went back to Athens to start all of the main quest lines. I am kind of burned out on it now, but haven't even played much of the story.
Torchlight Frontiers and Wasteland 3 are all that are on my list so far. I may try Cyberpunk 2077, but the first person view almost guarantees that I won't enjoy it and will have to force myself to play it.
The problem being that they are $1,500 - $2,000. A bit much for a relatively small monitor. They still don't use VA or OLED panels. I also don't think Asus or Acer can compare picture quality wise to a Samsung QLED or LG OLED. Connecting a PC to a television is the only way to start nearing...
Superior graphics on an inferior display. It bothers me.
I only first used a controller earlier this year when I got my son a PS4 Pro. They are foreign to me. They are certainly more ergonomic and comfortable, but I can't aim at all with them.
I find most games better looking on a PS4 Pro simply because of high quality quantum dot or OLED HDR televisions. Even with the polygon counts being less. PC monitors are in a really bad place right now compared to living room televisions.
I played the demo a long time ago, and uninstalled it because of the lack of character customization. Coming from other RPGs it was a huge negative being forced into a character.
People do seem to like the game. I don't like a lot of dialogue or playing as a certain character. I just want to...