Arniox

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  1. I like these changes. Small changes, but really good changes
  2. What? Who cares... They're child slave labor. What else would you expect?
  3. What the hell am I looking at? I have no idea what's in that picture and I'm confused...
  4. Arniox

    Dev Stream Baiting

    Devstream? Today? What? Was there a devstream today?
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    Burnout

    I agree with this. Although the new things coming in 2019 do look quite promising. But I agree, at the moment and for the past while, even Fortuna made me really bored. I'm still not done with it cause I'm basically doing one single weapon or thing a day and then getting off causeim bored. Sometimes taking week long breaks. It's just so boring. Personally I feel annoyed that there's a hard lock on a lot of content beyond game mechanics that I still feel don't fit the game; mining and fishing. They bore the sh!t out of me and I can't be fu¢ked doing them most of the time. But farming, the core aspect of the game is still really fun for me with a group of friends. I still like zoning out and killing hordes of enemies. I just wish DE worked on that more than mining and fishing
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    Needs a Vote to kick feature Bad

    I literally NEVER notice afk people. The missions pass by so quickly and so easily that I never even see leeches
  7. Yeah. One thing I will say is that the game is full with new players and the community is not as small and nice anymore which is a bit sad. As for my pov. I'm a Mr 26 player who's been here for 6 years now counting 2019. - ui has 100% been changed in every way since 2013. - upgrading mods no longer uses cores. It uses endo. A farm able resource. - farming primes is no longer prime keys or events if you're that far back. They come from fissure events which rotate every few hours and need relics that you 'crack open'. Personally, as an old player, I much much prefer the new system. It's very fun. - star system is completely different and actually changed 3 times since 2013. - login system is different and has milestones now. - there are basically no exclusive items at all any more except founders. That's the only true exclusive left. - entire graphical system is upgraded and a new home made particle system is in while physx has been removed. - OPEN WORLDS. sortof. They're basically really really big missions. Same concepts and ideas as normal Tileset missions, but in a much bigger environment. There's new customisable and craftable melee weapons and secondaries. - syndicates. I don't think you where there for those. But they're like factions you can earn standing with. There's heaps now. 6 normal syndicates. 2 specials. One for pvp, and one for simaris. Pvp is S#&$ though. Then there's like... 3 factions per open world. - dark sectors are gone. Raids where introduced and where pretty fun and all but where buggy as S#&$ so where removed to redo them. The also where the first and only mission type with 8 players. - heaps and heaps of new frames and weapons. Some frames came with quests. - quests in general are really awesome now compared to the old ones. There's quite a large story now with some really cool quests that introduced some really cool stuff. Play them to see. No spoilers - melee 2.0 was released and melee 3.0 is coming soon so don't get too attached. - parkour 2.0. Much much better than original - damage 2.0 and technically 3.0 - energy drain abilities where reworked to also use durstion. - heaps of frames where reworked. Saryn is still a God. Excal lost his super jump 😂😭 And yeah. There's lots of other small stuff, but that's mostly the stuff I could remember
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    Prime Noggles

    Same. I personally find the fissures really fun, but I have no incentive to play them since I just buy the max package to support DE. It's a shame though, I started buying them with trinity prime, but for quite a few of the next ones, I didn't buy the max package, just the accessories. So I missed out on the noggels up till around banshee in think.
  9. yeah, those codes expired
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    Mesa Prime access

    Firstly, it's ALWAYS been this way. If players, like me, still buy them cause we want to, it goes to show that everyone is OK with this system cause it's the only way DE make money in the entire game. Plat usually doesn't sell cause people only buy on discounts, so prime access is perfect. Secondly, if your annoyed by the price for the cosmetics, wait a year or 2. The unvaulting will eventually bring them back. Thirdly, you can farm all the contents, except cosmetics from the game, for free. Without spending a SINGLE cent. And it's relatively easy
  11. Redeemer is quite a bit older though. Sarpa came out I think 2 years ago.
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    Mesa Prime Access is Live!

    It seema to be a pattern with prime access. An amazing beautiful, highly hyped for prime like mesa, valkyre, saryn, and a couple others didn't get amazing accessories cause DE sells it with the prime and weapons. Which this time look DAAAYMMM fine. Love the redeemer look. And then on primes that aren't that hyped, like hydroid, limbo, Vauban and a couple others, they try sell it with the accessories. Hydroid prime armour imo is insanely good on almost every frame. It's not too bulky but big enough too look good, not too ornate, but ornate enough to look good. And so on
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    Fortuna: Hotfix 24.1.4

    This. There's hundreds of videos and streams that show proof of extreme exploits being used. Especially back in the day with raids, but it's only now that you openly state you'll do something about an exploit. I haven't even seen this khora exploit, so glad it's been fixed.
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    Fortuna: Hotfix 24.1.3.2

    It is a huge problem. Database issues are massive. Even if you just added one more buy able riven slot, that's a potential 21 - 23 million more slots available for registered users. And I'm assuming that there has to be an alloted amount of space left unrestricted for those rivens to fill when needed, so it's not like they can dynamically change the database if only, say 100,000 players use the one extra riven slot. Going from say, 90 riven slots to 100 would mean an extra 10 slots for 21 - 23 million people. ~210 - 230 million NEW riven slots in the data base on top of all the old slots. That's a HUGE step up. Idk how large a single riven takes up in the database, but let's say it's only about 500 bytes of json or text or whatever. If they use sql databases then it's .sql files. Let's just say half a kb. So ~210 - 230 NEW riven slots, means anywhwre from ~105,000,000,000 - 115,000,000,000 bytes of space need to be unrestricted and ready to be filled with riven data. So anywhere from 105gb - 115gb of space. Sure that's not too insane. But databases can be complicated and need a lot of rules and specific stuff to setup and maintain. So maintaining an EXTRA 105-115 gb of space might be quite hard. All assumptions though. Idk their database
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    Fortuna: Hotfix 24.1.3.2

    It is a huge problem. Database issues are massive. Even if you just added one more buy able riven slot, that's a potential 21 - 23 million more slots available for registered users. And I'm assuming that there has to be an alloted amount of space left unrestricted for those rivens to fill when needed, so it's not like they can dynamically change the database if only, say 100,000 players use the one extra riven slot. Going from say, 90 riven slots to 100 would mean an extra 10 slots for 21 - 23 million people. ~210 - 230 million NEW riven slots in the data base on top of all the old slots. That's a HUGE step up. Idk how large a single riven takes up in the database, but let's say it's only about 500 bytes of json or text or whatever. If they use sql databases then it's .sql files. Let's just say half a kb. So ~210 - 230 NEW riven slots, means anywhwre from ~105,000,000,000 - 115,000,000,000 bytes of space need to be unrestricted and ready to be filled with riven data. So anywhere from 105gb - 115gb of space. Sure that's not too insane. But databases can be complicated and need a lot of rules and specific stuff to setup and maintain. So maintaining an EXTRA 105-115 gb of space might be quite hard. All assumptions though. Idk their database