Discussion in 'PC Games' started by walker_2003, Jun 10, 2014.
OK, so I booked a hotel and my 3 day pass for the Six Invitationals.
Some custom t-shirt art I've been working on.
Im part of a fairly large and active community on siege. We have a lot of lower rank people come through and they seem to improve drastically. I am on whenever i have some free time, and am happy to team up when possible. Feel free to add me on uplay as i am always trying to expand the community.
I haven't gamed for three weeks, maybe even a month. WAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAH
Considering gettin gthis game but;
- Concerned i'm too late. I'll get owned and not know what i'm doing and i'll be put off.
- Steep learning curve?
- Can I just buy the base game or is it necessary to buy all DLC?
-There is no 'too' late with r6
- Definitely a steep learning curve, but all the more rewarding when you get past the initial stages.
- I would recommend playing with others/friends to aid skipping a heavier learning curve, after getting accustomed to the game mechanics, map knowledge is all thats left, and unfortunately that comes with time.
- Buy the base starter edition, time played will reward you with new operators, and you can learn their uses as you unlock them.
Nah, you're not late but you do have a steep learning curve with the new maps and operators that are coming out in the next few weeks.
It's steep because there's a lot of strategy and tactics in learning how to defend sites, attack them, with a key emphasis on vertical play (ie. get shot through floors and ceilings)
It's best you buy the standard edition and buy the operator bundles if you don't want to grind for them. Don't buy the starter edition because the operators cost more to unlock than in standard edition.
Worst advice because you get 8 operators and the rest cost way more to unlock with renown compared to the standard edition. The standard edition has more operators available. Every person that plays siege, be it a streamer or whoever, will say not to buy the starter edition.
What I did is buy the standard edition, the year 1 and year 2 operator bundles, and the year 3 season pass.
The new operators are playable now on the Technical Test Server for those who own the game.
As the others have said it's never too late cos there is always new people playing, especially on Free weekends.
The learning curve is steep, yes, but once you get past the initial hump this is the most satisfying and rewarding FPS you will play.
Buy the standard edition, do not buy the starter, there is no gameplay content locked behind a pay wall, only some specific cosmetics which do not change the gameplay at all.
Standard includes all original operators who are some of the best anyway and Year 1 DLC operators are 50% til March.
Get on it son, you won't regret it.
i haven't had the chance to try nomad cos other people have been taking them before I get a chance to get to the operator selection screen.
Ok I caved and got the standard edition!
I'll probably play with ya if I come back to Australia.
I hope you didn't have any meaningful Human relationships. You won't be needing those anymore. Siege is your friend now. Siege will take care of you.
He is one of us now!
I love it when I can get headshot kills on the same operator twice in 1 game
Tazor what do you set your resolution scaler to? I tried both 55 and 100 and I can't tell the difference between the two.
EDIT: Also i do love it when i get an ace in siege
I've always set to 100 for optimal sharpness, depends on the output res and GPU.
1080ti at 1080p means I can really crank it
I just ask because I tried setting it to native 900p at 100% and 1080p at 70% and 1080p at 100% and I couldn't tell the difference between 1080p at 100% and 70% but there's a difference between 900p at 100% and 1080p at 70% even though the game's internal res is pretty much dead on.
Tazor, Here's some comparisons I made and you can tell the difference between 1080p with the render scale at 50%, 70%, and 100% then you must have really good eyes because I am having a hard time trying to tell the difference.
If you look at the first comparison, the expected result is that the 900p at 100% should look the same as 1080p at 70%...but they do not. It's clear that the 1080p at 70% is displaying a better image than native 900p.
If you can't tell the difference between 50%, 70%, and 100% then why have it set to 100%. It's clear that ubi has done something with the image upscaling and reconstruction to make it near impossible to tell the difference.
Can you tell the difference?
Are you sure you can still tell?
With the attached image, how do I get rid of the radar and "audio boost" stuff. I can't seem to find it in settings...
It's probably not a game issue, but something external.