Hello friends, it‘s ya boi. I recently convinced a friend of mine to buy wildlands so we could play together. Unfortunately though, whenever I join his session or he joins mine, we get connection issues. He keeps disconnecting and times out on teamspeak aswell. I‘ve never encountered this kind of problem before and have played a lot with other people without any issues.
Has anyone expierienced something similar or knows how to fix it? Help would be greatly appreciated.SHAREit Appvn
I don’t if it’s just me or not but I miss having the ai teammates. I know they were kinda dumb at some points but I felt like it was better when they were there with you. Also there is like no excuse to not be able to have them in Breakpoint because you’re assualting an island with a bunch of other ghosts. It also would have been better in the story if you had a missions to find other ghosts and have them become members of your squad. Also it would be better for people who don’t have friends that own the game. https://omegle.onl/ vshare
I've noticed a number of the original GR/RB6 gamers having issues with today's crop of games and I just want to address a couple of things. Look, I'm just like many of you that miss the old games and have desperately wanted the sequels to have the core gameplay, but updated with new animations and graphics. UBISOFT has taken over the franchise and went into an entirely different direction, building it for the console gamer, and that is exactly what GR:FS is designed for.
The PC version for any GR/RB6 game should be radically different from the console version, but can still have some components from it. GR:FS is a fun game to play and is pretty cool, but it is NOT meant to invoke old memories of planning missions and having a great deal of custominization. I do not understand why UBISOFT would release a port of a very good console game for the PC since the series has already established itself as the best milsim shooter (outside of the Arma games) that had a strong following years ago.
I don't work for them and I do not sit in their board room discussions, but I wonder where such an talented company like that does not have the presence of mind to make the game much like the originals, but updated with all the cool stuff with even smarter AI and map design to make it a challenge for us milsim PC gamers. The game would sell well over a million if they did that and I'm sure the production costs won't be nearly as high. Don't take much to have a awesome map, waypoints for the high speed AI to patrol, objectives, insertion points, and some in-game cinematics. All the PC gamer wants is the armory and planning room to create his teams and come up with a plan to assault the objective in whatever way they see fit.
That is all wishful thinking and that game has not been made and we have been asking for it for years now. Like I said, enjoy GR:FS because it is a fun game and has a number of cool moments. It is not what we want, but the game is not horrible, not bad, or sucks. Then again, that is just my opinion.
Been awhile since I played Wildlands. Best I remember tier mode is harder.
Looting convoys or as you say resource trucks was easiest for me if I used the rebels to do the spotting and then do a sync shot using my AI team mates.
After the resource truck driver was tagged using rebel spotting you could order the sync shot with the truck out of sight and the AI teammates would still take him out.