The best solution to satisfy "Objective points are hard to get" complaint.

Make mounted turrets and ammo boxes destructable and repairable B)

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  • Lord_CoctusLord_Coctus Posts: 2,096

    Why would anyone destroy the ammo boxes?

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  • TheStrangerousTheStrangerous Posts: 1,858

    @MuddyGrenade said:

    @TheStrangerous said:
    Make mounted turrets and ammo boxes destructable and repairable B)

    Another objective for Proxy's to not repair!

    Just like the main and secondary objective, and pretty much objectives in general in pubs.

    @Lord_Coctus said:
    Why would anyone destroy the ammo boxes?

    Cause the'd think to grind by destroying and repairing over and over. When in fact they would receive way less points.
    Unless it's destroyed by the enemy team, then more points for repairing!

    RIP DB
    Like TF2, buried under gambling addicts and whales, forgetting the core gameplay.

  • GatoCommodoreGatoCommodore Posts: 3,838

    imo i like it if it works like this:

    Engie repairs the ammo station, then he gets support Exp each time someone took ammo from it instead of objective Exp

    because objective Exp is too easy to get.

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  • FishRollsFishRolls Posts: 73

    Give us objective xp for killing people playing objectives, and maybe a small amount for killing people in close proximity to one.

  • GatoCommodoreGatoCommodore Posts: 3,838

    @FishRolls said:
    Give us objective xp for killing people playing objectives, and maybe a small amount for killing people in close proximity to one.

    i thought cutting it fine is an objective xp medal?

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  • ArtyrimArtyrim Posts: 177

    Or just add Execution and get your objective xp fast

  • TheStrangerousTheStrangerous Posts: 1,858

    @Artyrim said:
    Or just add Execution and get your objective xp fast

    It's not just about Objective XP, it's something bigger...

    THE DYNAMIC

    Maps would feel more alive with more repairable and destructable elements.

    RIP DB
    Like TF2, buried under gambling addicts and whales, forgetting the core gameplay.

  • ArtyrimArtyrim Posts: 177

    @TheStrangerous said:
    Maps would feel more alive with more repairable and destructable elements.

    You sure about this? I think is useless to have more stuff to blow up and adding them will have almost 0 impact to the game. Even though I don't mind destroying turrets

  • TheStrangerousTheStrangerous Posts: 1,858

    @Artyrim said:

    @TheStrangerous said:
    Maps would feel more alive with more repairable and destructable elements.

    You sure about this? I think is useless to have more stuff to blow up and adding them will have almost 0 impact to the game. Even though I don't mind destroying turrets

    If only the future of "next gen destructable environments" became true, as foretold in mid 2000's... WORMS and Red Faction already did it before... and there goes the evolution of video games...

    RIP DB
    Like TF2, buried under gambling addicts and whales, forgetting the core gameplay.

  • EoxEox FrancePosts: 3,027Moderator
    edited January 14

    I wish I could say something against it, but I have litterally no arguments against it.

  • teflonloveteflonlove Posts: 463
    edited January 15

    I don't get the whole issue with objective XP being difficult to get. Either pick engineer and repair the EV or pick Arty/Skyhammer/Kira and destroy the EV. If you don't mind playing CMM, remove as many none EV maps from the map pool before starting a match so you are more likely to get an EV map.

  • ThePigVomitThePigVomit Posts: 239

    ESCORT THE BLOODY EV!!!!!!!!

  • K1X455K1X455 Posts: 1,563
    edited January 16

    I already said it earlier...

  • kopyrightkopyright Posts: 439

    @TheStrangerous said:
    If only the future of "next gen destructable environments" became true, as foretold in mid 2000's... WORMS and Red Faction already did it before... and there goes the evolution of video games...

    I haven't played any of the recent Worms games, but cutting out pieces from a bitmap image like in the first one isn't exactly the same as carving holes into three dimensional geometry made of polygons.

  • WulieWulie Posts: 20

    ...I kinda never have that problem. When there is an EV- Shoot it. When there is something to plant and no engineer... near plant it. When there is something to disarm, disarm it (when there is no one more suitable near), and if everything fails- stand near the thing you planted and protect it.

    I hate support XP, tho.

  • Mc1412013Mc1412013 Posts: 1,958
    edited January 16

    Heres a thought crouch behind ev follow it and take out any one in sight or play nader/stoker/artie/kira or any one that can deal masive damage to ev and just kill the damn thing. If people stop spending the whole time running around every where except by ev it wouldnt be an issue. I can kill 90% of my objective requirements staying near the ev and moving/repairing/attacking it

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  • teflonloveteflonlove Posts: 463
    edited January 16

    @Wulie said:
    I hate support XP, tho.

    I stopped counting how often it has been said in this forum already but for the new guys:

    Need objective XP? Switch to Arty and destroy the EV.

    Need support XP? Switch to Arty and dish out ammo like there is no tomorrow. Try to hit team mates directly as it gives a bit more XP than when they have to pick it up from the ground.

    Need combat XP? Switch to Arty and spam your artillery every 15 seconds at spots where enemies are common to bundle up. Especially look out for that cozy red health station glow.

    Need XP from any game mode? Switch to Arty and just do your thing.

    Too many Guardians around that block your artillery? Switch to Kira instead. It might take you a bit longer but the principle is the same.

  • XenithosXenithos Posts: 1,291Special Editor

    @teflonlove said:
    Too many Guardians around that block your artillery? Switch to Kira instead. It might take you a bit longer but the principle is the same.

    The only problem is her laser is jank as of the last two updates.

    I don't care how much you've played or how good your aim is - If you haven't touched the game at least twice in three months then I see your "opinion" as hot moot.

  • ClemClem7ClemClem7 Posts: 381

    @kopyright said:

    @TheStrangerous said:
    If only the future of "next gen destructable environments" became true, as foretold in mid 2000's... WORMS and Red Faction already did it before... and there goes the evolution of video games...

    I haven't played any of the recent Worms games, but cutting out pieces from a bitmap image like in the first one isn't exactly the same as carving holes into three dimensional geometry made of polygons.

    Worms 3D and worms 4 mayhem were not bitmap image like older ones.
    Red faction was completely 3D with "not-so-bad-for-its-generation" graphics.

  • GatoCommodoreGatoCommodore Posts: 3,838

    @ClemClem7 said:

    @kopyright said:

    @TheStrangerous said:
    If only the future of "next gen destructable environments" became true, as foretold in mid 2000's... WORMS and Red Faction already did it before... and there goes the evolution of video games...

    I haven't played any of the recent Worms games, but cutting out pieces from a bitmap image like in the first one isn't exactly the same as carving holes into three dimensional geometry made of polygons.

    Worms 3D and worms 4 mayhem were not bitmap image like older ones.
    Red faction was completely 3D with "not-so-bad-for-its-generation" graphics.

    people hating the worm 3D but its actually the only worm i like and i got my first girlfriend from playing that game.

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  • Rokon2Rokon2 Posts: 31

    Best solution: A better tutorial.

  • ClemClem7ClemClem7 Posts: 381
    edited January 18

    @GatoCommodore said:

    @ClemClem7 said:

    @kopyright said:

    @TheStrangerous said:
    If only the future of "next gen destructable environments" became true, as foretold in mid 2000's... WORMS and Red Faction already did it before... and there goes the evolution of video games...

    I haven't played any of the recent Worms games, but cutting out pieces from a bitmap image like in the first one isn't exactly the same as carving holes into three dimensional geometry made of polygons.

    Worms 3D and worms 4 mayhem were not bitmap image like older ones.
    Red faction was completely 3D with "not-so-bad-for-its-generation" graphics.

    people hating the worm 3D but its actually the only worm i like and i got my first girlfriend from playing that game.

    I liked the 4th more, but I didn't get my girlfriend from it so I'm not that objective on it (did she played with your 3D worms?, I don't know if it's really that game we speak of here)

  • GatoCommodoreGatoCommodore Posts: 3,838

    @ClemClem7 said:

    @GatoCommodore said:

    @ClemClem7 said:

    @kopyright said:

    @TheStrangerous said:
    If only the future of "next gen destructable environments" became true, as foretold in mid 2000's... WORMS and Red Faction already did it before... and there goes the evolution of video games...

    I haven't played any of the recent Worms games, but cutting out pieces from a bitmap image like in the first one isn't exactly the same as carving holes into three dimensional geometry made of polygons.

    Worms 3D and worms 4 mayhem were not bitmap image like older ones.
    Red faction was completely 3D with "not-so-bad-for-its-generation" graphics.

    people hating the worm 3D but its actually the only worm i like and i got my first girlfriend from playing that game.

    I liked the 4th more, but I didn't get my girlfriend from it so I'm not that objective on it (did she played with your 3D worms?, I don't know if it's really that game we speak of here)

    nono, she saw me playing Worms 3D in my laptop
    she told me she also play that game with her sister.

    then every break we get in uni we always play versus.
    twas the good ol' days.

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