Also €11.18 on HRK all key shop
It’s not just navigating, there is planning your route, the gear you need for it. Risk vs reward. There is combat too, a fair amount of it actually. Both with Mule’s (normal humans) and also things from the other side. The gear upgrades are well paced so you feel like you’re getting more advanced ways to do things but the challenges are getting tougher too so you constantly need to strategise to overcome whatever the game is asking of you. It’s such a hard game to explain as it’s so unique. The first 5 hours might feel like walking simulator but once you’re absorbed by the rest of the game you can see why it was such a strong follow with people rating it so highly. It’s not a game for everyone. If it is a game for you, then it’ll be one of the most engaging games you’ve ever played. As far as I know there are still lots of people playing. What you find is you see the same names over and over so I’m guessing they have X players in a world with X worlds on a server so as the player base slims down so will the worlds so the player count still remains high enough per instance
Does the multiplayer function still work or if people stop playing does that make the roads etc non existent?
So does the enjoyment come from struggling to hold onto your luggage on your trip? And the satisfaction of navigating through and around tricky terrain?
It’s an amazing game and way more to it than walking from A to B. I haven’t had time to finish it, had a friend want to buy my PS4 as he knew I wasn’t gaming but I won’t sell it till I’ve finished this game. If I could transfer the save to PC I’d buy this again for PC. One of the top games I’ve played in years.