Hell Let Loose, the WW2 shooter promising 100-player battles, launches Kickstarter campaign

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Re: Hell Let Loose, the WW2 shooter promising 100-player battles, launches Kickstarter campaign

Post by taran » Tue Oct 03, 2017 9:53 am

In defence of squad which I love,

its all about teamwork, a good squad and squad leader, your set for some tense great gaming..when it works its awesome.

the rare occasions when some of the ebs crew still play, its a joy as we are all tactically aware and used to playing as team.

I think @age is right, it came too early and now they have lost focus, updates are rare and instead of fixing legacy problems and gameplay issues they add more stuff, they will have helicopters before they fix the bipod or add decent optics for all classes, crazy.. I see the playerbase and servers reducing as people become frustrated and move on..

IMHO there are are too many ww2 ports..

I was shocked to hear that PUBG was pretty much bought of the marketplace in bits, kind of blend of gaming, but would explain the rapid routemap, it is a bit dull all that scavenging, and being pushed by the endless circle..

SCUM will be an interesting PUBG contender when it hits alpha.

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Re: Hell Let Loose, the WW2 shooter promising 100-player battles, launches Kickstarter campaign

Post by Berkman » Tue Oct 03, 2017 10:59 am

Problem with most indie games is, that 10 minute walk till you die is not entertaining at all. You stand out too much in the environment that one guy who has been sitting on that corner for that 10 minutes will easily spot you and kill you. That's why I prefer ArmA to Squad and others.

Most entertaining games tend to have hit multipliers and a sweetspot for HP. As in, if you focus on the head and upper body, you tend to have a satisfyingly long enough firefights. Battlefield 1 is like that when you have big maps and 32 player teams that are fairly balanced.

Back into the subject, you can tell a lot from the footage games like these are released with. It's either a group of people camping in a spot or heavily staged.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YqyeNcNKxXs

Nobody will show you the death spree they got in videos.
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Re: Hell Let Loose, the WW2 shooter promising 100-player battles, launches Kickstarter campaign

Post by TokaiTele » Tue Oct 03, 2017 11:20 am

@Berkman

I really enjoyed Red Orchestra 2. It takes a while to get used to dying a lot but if you get a good team it is a great experience. I'm thinking of buying Rising Storm 2. Not sure if any EBS members will buy it. Maybe I'll start a topic. I was invited to a Red Orchestra 2 clan, I declined but I was nonetheless invited to join them and had great fun. A few of them were youtubers and so were very tactical and happy to assist noobs.

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Re: Hell Let Loose, the WW2 shooter promising 100-player battles, launches Kickstarter campaign

Post by Berkman » Tue Oct 03, 2017 11:44 am

Should have mentioned, RO2 was amazing. And we occasionally played it too. RS2V, I played alpha and beta, seems something is different for that one. If you look back, I actually created the thread for that game :)
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