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  1. When Ubisoft tossed out Ghost Recon Frontline yesterday and had the nerve to include it as part of the Ghost Recon 20th anniversary celebrations, I just couldn't take it anymore. https://www.ghostrecon.net/frontline/ghost-recon-frontline/
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  2. It's actually worse than that, they didn't ask Delta Force members for their thoughts about Frontline at all - they went ahead with this gametype without engaging with anyone in the GR community. Your posts are perfect English, don't worry!
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  3. So nothing changed at Ubi. Guys, you might want to check Zero Hour instead. Nice to be home again btw. Ultimate website!
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  4. Today I was reading about the issue of DELTA COMPANY, and it seems that there is a lot of criticism of this program, because in addition to not selecting people who are really part of the "Ghost Recon community", Ubisoft simply did not listen to the comments of the community itself. I think they should schedule a new meeting with us, tell the fans that they messed up and that they are developing a new GR, in the mold of the classic games we love so much! How about a GR in the Middle East in a "fictional country" (to avoid any problems, as there was with Bolivia) . Let's go ahead!
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  5. Yeah, not a great showing for the 20th anniversary of the franchise. I wouldn't declare it the death knell of the series, however. It's pretty clearly a project developed by one of Ubisoft's B-teams, given the liberal reuse of Breakpoint assets (with little in the way of modification!). I imagine we'll see a proper mainline title down the line. As to whether the next main entry will be worthy of the title of Ghost Recon... well... we'll have to see. Despite how oversaturated the genre is, Ubisoft's greatest strength is in creating open world shooters. It's one of the things I'd actually s
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  6. last weekend we had a great event 15-16 players had fun
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  7. Hey all hope you are keeping well, been a while since I was on here. Sorry but my main game on here was GR:AW2 which I made all the mods for, I have played GR:AW but never modded it. It's been quite a few years since I've played or modded these games so I have forgotten how it all works. Sorry I can't help you but I hope you find a solution to your problem 👍
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  8. Wow you really enjoying those mods huh? 😂 Youre best hope is that JohnTC02 turns up he’s the GRAW genius.
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  9. Yeah I don't really understand this. If they make a good game it will literally print money, even if they make a good game and add all kinds of MTX to it, it would still sell well and fans would likely still be happy and it would make them big money. I don't see their plan here, it seems very misguided.
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  10. I always watch my own replays rather than share them, so having the mods shouldn't be a problem. Out of curiosity, I copy pasted my existing replays until I had over 1200 and it looks like I can view them all in-game so that's pretty cool. There's a high limit for replays if there is one.
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  11. Tried a few above level 60 and even above 100. Still CTD I thought it was odd that it mentioned the campaign save in the ike but most of the tech stuff goes above my head anyway! I'll try reinstalling when I can face it lol, for now I'll just keep at the campaigns. Cheers again for all the help suggestions, I'll let you know if I make any progress!
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  12. WOW it's great to see that people are still playing my old GR:AW2 mods but unfortunately I no longer do any modding nor do I have any of my old mods or even have the game, I think it's safe to say that they are now out of warranty. Sorry I can't help you as I wouldn't know where to start with modding the game anymore, in fact I didn't know anyone was still playing it.
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  13. Didn't see any posts regarding this, so I figured I'd bring it up. I recently came back to Wildlands, hadn't played it in almost a year. I'd gotten a new TV since then, and when I booted the game up, I thought to myself "Wow, the mini map seems huge..." I'd gotten used to playing Witcher 3 the past few weeks, and you can make the HUD smaller in that (which I prefer, looks cleaner to me). So I turned off the map, and I wish I'd done it sooner. Everything feels more real. Every action has higher stakes. No enemy info, besides what you scout and mark yourself. Missed a small group of g
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  14. Yeah, turning everything off helped me, too. In fact, I turned off the entire game, launched good old Ghost Recon from 2001, and never looked back. What a blast! Sorry, couldn’t help myself. 🤣
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  15. Turning off just about everything possible makes all games more fun and challenging for me. When I watch other people play games on YouTube that have every option turned on I can hardly tell what's going on with so many icons plastered all over the screen. Then it comes to a point in the game where there's no icon or pop up telling the player what to do next and they get all bent out of shape cussing and ranting about it. Guess they don't want to strain the grey matter in their skull by thinking a little.
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  16. I'm going to talk about this from a PC and Xbox 360 perspective, as I owned it on both systems. For me the biggest problem with GRFS was the lack of modding capability, as a modder for GR, GRAW and the Arma series, making a game my own 'flavour' if you will is as important to me as the game itself being good. I personally feel modding contributes to the replay factor of these games as much as any feature, most of the multiplayer features in arma are built onto mods, 'Life' servers for instance use several mods and addons. some multiplayer game modes themselves are in fact made by the communi
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