Quantcast
Jump to content
Search In
  • More options...
Find results that contain...
Find results in...
    1. Welcome to GTAForums!

    1. Red Dead Redemption 2

      1. PC
      2. Gameplay
      3. Missions
      4. Help & Support
    2. Red Dead Online

      1. Gameplay
      2. Find Lobbies & Outlaws
      3. Help & Support
      4. Frontier Pursuits
    1. Crews & Posses

      1. Recruitment
    2. Events

    1. GTA Online

      1. Diamond Casino & Resort
      2. DLC
      3. Find Lobbies & Players
      4. Guides & Strategies
      5. Vehicles
      6. Content Creator
      7. Help & Support
    2. Grand Theft Auto Series

    3. GTA 6

    4. GTA V

      1. PC
      2. Guides & Strategies
      3. Help & Support
    5. GTA IV

      1. Episodes from Liberty City
      2. Multiplayer
      3. Guides & Strategies
      4. Help & Support
      5. GTA IV Mods
    6. GTA Chinatown Wars

    7. GTA Vice City Stories

    8. GTA Liberty City Stories

    9. GTA San Andreas

      1. Guides & Strategies
      2. Help & Support
      3. GTA SA Mods
    10. GTA Vice City

      1. Guides & Strategies
      2. Help & Support
      3. GTA VC Mods
    11. GTA III

      1. Guides & Strategies
      2. Help & Support
      3. GTA III Mods
    12. Top Down Games

      1. GTA Advance
      2. GTA 2
      3. GTA
    13. Wiki

      1. Merchandising
    1. GTA Modding

      1. GTA V
      2. GTA IV
      3. GTA III, VC & SA
      4. Tutorials
    2. Mod Showroom

      1. Scripts & Plugins
      2. Maps
      3. Total Conversions
      4. Vehicles
      5. Textures
      6. Characters
      7. Tools
      8. Other
      9. Workshop
    3. Featured Mods

      1. DYOM
      2. OpenIV
      3. GTA: Underground
      4. GTA: Liberty City
      5. GTA: State of Liberty
    1. Red Dead Redemption

    2. Rockstar Games

    1. Off-Topic

      1. General Chat
      2. Gaming
      3. Technology
      4. Programming
      5. Movies & TV
      6. Music
      7. Sports
      8. Vehicles
    2. Expression

      1. Graphics / Visual Arts
      2. GFX Requests & Tutorials
      3. Writers' Discussion
      4. Debates & Discussion
    1. News

    2. Forum Support

    3. Site Suggestions

GrungeNinja

RDRO vs GTAO

Recommended Posts

GrungeNinja

Hello guys, Im a GTAO player that is curious about RDRO, the game is comming to PC soon, so I would like to ask some simple questions for you RDRO players.

1 -  How's the radar work? I heard that player blips only show when near other players, this pleases me as I despite the all time shown on GTAO.
2 - How's the gear comparison in low lvls to high end? Does a simple revoler horse guy can compete with a bolt rifle?
3- Are there more than one type of horse speed wise?
4- How are the microtransactions in RDRO ? Can I access everything with in game money without having to spend RL money as in GTAO ?
5- Is melee combat reliable ?

Thank you for your time.

Edited by GrungeNinja

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
confederatestatesgta

1. yes you are correct the blips only show up when you are close to other players. unless you are in a posse then you can see everyone in your group. there are also different colored blips. dark blue is just a standard player. then you have light blue for posse. and you also have pink and red for the hostility system.

2. honestly i would not try to do pvp right away. there are a bunch of overpowered ability cards. and you only start off with weaker guns. although if you are really good at gta style gun skill you might be able to do okay. of course i dont know how to play on the pc but for console the controls are the same for shooting as in gta.

3. yes there are all sorts of horses. with different speeds and stats. and also different coats.

4. yes you can access everything without paying real life money. except for the game itself. although it does take some time to get set up. it is fairly easy to make money.

5. i dont use melee very much but i have seen it used in combat.

 

i recommend you watch some gameplay of pvp or multiplayer to fully understand it better. i hope you enjoy the game. it is a masterpiece.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
Gray-Hand

1.  Yes - you have to be quite close to players for them to appear on the map.  Players who have been engaging in hostile activity show up at greater range, which makes them easy to avoid.

 

2. The low end guns are pretty competitive against high end guns. The gun you are using within the class (repeater vs repeater, revolver vs revolver etc) doesn’t make much of a difference.  

 

The ‘equipment’ that makes a difference is ability cards which make a slight difference (you will hear some drama queens talk about them like they grant some kind of god mode, but that is not the case), and ammunition.  

 

Ammunition makes a significant difference.  Express ammo, and explosive ammo make a very big difference, particularly when being used against low level players, who have little health.

 

3.  The matter of whether different horses are faster or slower is controversial.  Any difference appears to be pretty small.  Stamina is noticeably different between breeds.  The difference in gameplay quality between horse breeds is far less than the difference in quality between cars in GTAonline.  Horse racing is far less popular and far less fun than car racing in GTAonline.

 

4.  Micro transactions are not a big deal.  It  does take a little while to get established, but after a while there would be no need to buy gold.  Micro transactions affect the game far less than they do in GTAonline.  I have paid out hundreds of dollars for shark cards in GTAonline over the years.  I paid less than $20 on RDonline as part of a special deal for a small amount of gold (25 bars, I think?) and doubt  very much at this stage whether I would ever be inclined to do so again.

 

5.  Melee combat is more sophisticated than in GTAonline, but is really only fun against NPCs.  PvP melee combat is a clusterf*ck.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
GrungeNinja

Nice replies guys, much appreciated, I've been told that this is indeed a master piece, I didn't play RDR1, so even the story being a sequel I'll mostly play online, as I just play once the story to know it and jump online. I love the original idea of GTAO, the ol'good car fights, and nowadays all the explosions, flying and locked missiles just get too tiring, I think powerful things should have its limits, but oh well, this is not the place for brainstorming ideas so, sounds like RDRonline is loaded in fun, I'll try it for sure.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
1898

I'll just toss this out there. If you also like single player, don't be in any big hurry to jump online. Do everything SP has to offer, all the side missions, don't rush through the story. I've been away for about 2 weeks now and thinking back I miss the story MUCH more than I do the online which R* seems hell bent on ruining.

Edited by 1898

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
AmyStone
On 10/27/2019 at 10:51 PM, GrungeNinja said:

1 -  How's the radar work? I heard that player blips only show when near other players, this pleases me as I despite the all time shown on GTAO.
2 - How's the gear comparison in low lvls to high end? Does a simple revoler horse guy can compete with a bolt rifle?
3- Are there more than one type of horse speed wise?
4- How are the microtransactions in RDRO ? Can I access everything with in game money without having to spend RL money as in GTAO ?
5- Is melee combat reliable ?
 

1- Yes you are right.

2 - If you go against a bolt action with a revolver then you need to get pretty close. At long range you won't stand a chance.

3 - Horse speed doesn't vary much but some will turn faster. I've found that saddles and stirrups will make more of a difference. The stamina of the basic horses is awful but a good saddle will make up for that.

4 - Yes. Don't waste money on gold. Play the game and earn gold but you rarely need it anyway. I've been playing from day 1 and currently sitting on 1,500 gold bars and I've only spent 65. It's all getting a bit pointless collecting the stuff.

5 - Not sure what reliable means. It does the job.

Edited by AmyStone

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
Daleificent

Just to throw in my thoughts on the weapon part.

 

RDO is similar to GTAO for guns in that, some may be a bit better but even the sh*ttest weapon will kill someone. I ran around with a cattleman and the carbine repeater (beginner guns) for a while during Beta and on my new secondary account, I only noticed having trouble when someone broke out a Rifle simply because of the range. You'll absolutely be able to kill anyone with the base guns you get but you're gonna need to get a bit close if they have rifles. Of course, simply upgrading your beginner weapons brings them pretty on par with the higher end weapons so you really don't have to rush for bigger and better guns.

 

Melee is fun, but it can be a little wonky. Get an idea for the controls and you'll be better then a fair bit of players, there is a block, dodge, grapple and all that. I normally hear the frantic button mashing over peoples mics when they fight. Don't gotta do that.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
Assblaster

Get a pump-action shotgun as soon as you can, it's the best thing in freeroam pvp if someone decides to come up on you close while you're in defensive mode -- especially if you're low-rank (it unlocks at a fairly low rank).

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
fryday
On 10/27/2019 at 11:51 PM, GrungeNinja said:

Hello guys, Im a GTAO player that is curious about RDRO, the game is comming to PC soon, so I would like to ask some simple questions for you RDRO players.

1 -  How's the radar work? I heard that player blips only show when near other players, this pleases me as I despite the all time shown on GTAO.
2 - How's the gear comparison in low lvls to high end? Does a simple revoler horse guy can compete with a bolt rifle?
3- Are there more than one type of horse speed wise?
4- How are the microtransactions in RDRO ? Can I access everything with in game money without having to spend RL money as in GTAO ?
5- Is melee combat reliable ?

Thank you for your time.

 

 

you are a GTA player, all of your questions are answered to your satisfaction, so I can ensure you a great time!

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
Labovasha

Story mode is fine but I would take my time before going online. RDO is just simply a poorly made game,pretty much garbage due to the design philosophy contradicting itself because the developers want to ignore obvious solutions to problems and ignore feedback because most of it pretty much ask the opposite of what they are trying to dictate on to the players..

 

1The radar system works differently depending on the situation. If you are just roaming around it only shows people near your area unless they are alo "threat". Certain activities will put it in typical PVP mode so you can always track players you are fighting against.

2.The gun balance is pretty bad but it is workable with shotguns. The real gamebreaker is special ammos and perk cards.

3.The horses speeds vary but it really doesn't matter because you are never going to be in situation where you need to out run someone and the race mode equalizes the stats.

4.Microtransactions are far worse than GTA o. The grind is substantially longer. Paying for comparable items from GTA O in RDO that took just half an hour or a few minutes on one big mission now takes several hours and even days. RDOs monetary system is the equivalent of free to play korean shooters. At the same time the game lacks content. So the rewards are awful but you are not going to spend them much.

There is nothing to buy outside of cards and as long as you know exactly what you need or want you won't spend too much on those..

5.Melee combat is a hit or miss. RDO has horrible netcode so half the time melee combat just comes down to blind luck. There is a lot of instances where you will have two people playing parry animations at the same time or desyching where one player has another tackled on the ground but from the others perspective they are stabbing the other one with a knife while standing.

 

Overall RDO is a steaming pile of sh*t and serviceable depending on what modes you play. Rockstar has made it a priority to remove player choice from their newest online game so you are going to do everything on their terms. This means not selecting the specific PVP mode you want to play, not selecting the specific type of horse mode you want to play. There is not setting up custom game modes with player adjusted modifiers are rules. No picking favorite maps.

If you are also looking for a PVE/coop experience where you can join strangers like diablo or gears of war, this is the wrong game. The PVE content is just plain bad in so many ways. The regular story missions have heist like rule sets.

If you are looking for open world RUST like gameplay where you can screw with people with stereotypical western aesthetics then its fine.

Quick matching PVP works ok too, bout the only playable part in my opinion.

 

It is inferior to GTA O in every way with the exception of the character creator. RDO fails to provide that feeling of being grounded in the world because it is designed to be a PVP shooter at it's core so you can't role play the fisherman and be ok with gold income and the game lacks dynamic systems like spawns so there are no random events that happen organically. Everything is hand placed and candid so it gets boring real fast. Friends are mandatory. for most of the content.

Id say wait a year until or if modding has matured unless you really need a game to play.

 

Edited by Labovasha

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
GrungeNinja
2 hours ago, Labovasha said:

because it is designed to be a PVP shooter at it's core so you can't role play the fisherman and be ok with gold income and the game lacks dynamic systems like spawns so there are no random events that happen organically.

 I am a pvp player, so I like it being a PvP shooter at its core. I think you can roleplay normally since the radar won't show your location for griefers away. Also, unless they're using hacks and mods, after long hours of gta I developed tactics againts tryhards that work pretty well, and when its out of my power, as with the hacks and mods, I just switch sessions.

Random events are a must for sure, if there are none yet Im sure Rockstar will add them eventually, like they did to GTAonline.

I just want a game that resembles the "medieval" era, I know its a strange comparison, I mean, that sense of freedom, with some survival elements, since I love the concept of GTAonline, from what I've read in this thread, I have a feeling that I will stick with it RDRonline.

Edited by GrungeNinja

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
CosmicBuffalo

It's better.  Pretty much the only thing GTAO has on this game is flight.  It has better visuals, better music, better shooting and weapons, better scenery, better crew mechanics, less clutter in the menus, less grindy, and more fun.    Horse speed is pretty much the same with proper saddles, but stamina matters much more than speed.  The game is far less toxic because of visible players distance and defensive mode.  Some of the "realism" mechanics can get a little annoying after a while.  These mechanics deter griefers and cod types which is ok by me. Although these grinds and limits were reduced,  the game has more quick pay to win mechanics to obtain things such as dynamite arrows and explosive rounds.  The glitches and small amount of effort to obtain the most powerful weapons attracted massive amounts of griefers to GTAO. 

 

The melee combat system is not a reliable way to deal with stranger pvp.  But if you can agree with other players to some rules, can be interesting.  Buying a little gold or buying the ultimate edition isn't that bad to skip the brutal grind at the beginning.  If you do dailies, you will have all the gold you need if play each day.  One big difference is dailies actually matter in RDO rather than like GTAO, which do not matter, and 1/3 of GTAO dailies cannot be done unless you are in some rules based mininazi crew.  The match making system is far better, you are limited in your selection of modes and the game selectes the map.   The days of GTAO sitting a lobby for 5 minutes are more is rare, but can happen when things are buggy.  

 

Early on, trying to play showdowns the pvp modes are going to be painful for a newer player trying to learn the card system.  A lot of the griefer tryhards types do not do anything else until they have to go back into free roam to buy more clothes or level 2 tonics.  If I had to restart, I would stick to free mode pve/pvp, but in the beta you kind of had to play the garbage pvp showdowns to rank up.  The weapons are pretty balanced but the cards system isn't and has been tweaked every update which has satisfied no one, and have caused basically everyone to relearn how to play pvp every major update.

 

It has much more promise than GTAO to actually develop into a rags to riches story for your character. 

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
ThaBirdCoot

OP you should see for yourself honestly don't let people misguide you with their world view on this game. One will say this , the other that. Only advice I can give you. Play it. Make up your own mind.

 

Ps: there is no hacks and mods. Only glitches and exploits/card abilites that really make a huge difference in combat.

 

We will see what happens with PC release in that regard.

 

Edited by ThaBirdCoot

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
Foxwolfe
On 10/27/2019 at 10:49 PM, GrungeNinja said:

Nice replies guys, much appreciated, I've been told that this is indeed a master piece, I didn't play RDR1, so even the story being a sequel I'll mostly play online, as I just play once the story to know it and jump online. I love the original idea of GTAO, the ol'good car fights, and nowadays all the explosions, flying and locked missiles just get too tiring, I think powerful things should have its limits, but oh well, this is not the place for brainstorming ideas so, sounds like RDRonline is loaded in fun, I'll try it for sure.

 

It's actually a prequel, playing RDR isn't a requirement in the least (even though if you have it would give you a slightly different perspective on a few characters but totally not a big deal). 

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
Labovasha
5 hours ago, GrungeNinja said:

 I am a pvp player, so I like it being a PvP shooter at its core. I think you can roleplay normally since the radar won't show your location for griefers away. Also, unless they're using hacks and mods, after long hours of gta I developed tactics againts tryhards that work pretty well, and when its out of my power, as with the hacks and mods, I just switch sessions.

Random events are a must for sure, if there are none yet Im sure Rockstar will add them eventually, like they did to GTAonline.

I just want a game that resembles the "medieval" era, I know its a strange comparison, I mean, that sense of freedom, with some survival elements, since I love the concept of GTAonline, from what I've read in this thread, I have a feeling that I will stick with it RDRonline.

Th game has "random event"s where strangers need help but they will always pop up in the same locations, NPC ambushes happen in the exact same locations so its predictable. There is just nothing that happens organically like a mountain lion wondering too far away from a specific location and bandits or someone with a broken ankle  won't ever show up at the same time as a pack of wolves. There seems to be invisible barriers or aggro ranges for dangerous animals from going too far from where they started even if a player is baiting them..

The radar update was sort of a half measure it really is only useful for certain situations. If you are running near towns its not going to help. If you participate in any NPC given missions the game is going to make it obvious that you are there and paints you as a hostile to other players. It best works if you hang out in the middle of nowhere.

Most of those tryhard types are in structured PVP modes anyway. The so called griefers usually are not that bright or good, they just seem to shoot at anything that they can. I have not had single death since the defensive mode was added. Still get shot at a lot near blackwater constantly but they can't kill you without auto aim.  Most of the time these type of players just end up fighting each other for extended periods of time.

 

But yes I get what you mean about freedom.Unfortunately this is a game about gunslingers and gun battles. There is no role playing as a zuro or arty, some kind of harmless fisherman, doctor, or some kind of woodsman living off the resources of the land or any of that. No crafting attire from pelts and fibers and no trading items with other players.  I do recall GTAO having the ability to drop food ammo and guns

You are a bad ass rugged gunslinger and you have a camp which you hired a man to manage and you need to pay the bills, bills that include storage for your horse, storage you don't use.

You need income and if you want all the attire options to be available you need gold. You won't make as much money and you will receive 0 gold if you don't gunsling. That gun belt is permanently infused to your hip, literally can't take it off..

This game has this freedom thing in a very shallow sense. You can go anywhere on the map if you want to, choose to hunt or bounty hunt , or just fish and collect pelts if you want to, or don't. The whole design is laughably bad after you try other avenues.Some  of the  mechanics are contradictory to each other.

There is a "honor system" where supposedly you have the choice to roleplay as a virtuous character but for some reason when  a random player is doing a mission near you they are marked as hostile or a "rival". The game dictates that you are enemies who need to kill each other or destroy an objective that the other one needs to protect. There is no options for contextual targeting priorities or receiving xp and gold rewards for killing enemy NPCs that are targeting players doing missions. Having good or bad honour does not open up new in game options that change the flow of openworld gameplay. It's just designed to be a PVP fight or just ignore. Only premade groups are seen by  ingame reward systems.

See a player delivering mail? Gatta kill them to receive any acknowledgement for interacting with them. 

Same thing for structured modes like racing. You choose to play honorable but your only option is to participate in  death races where you have no choice but to kill everything. Maybe they just constitute as arcade games and don't count.

All this stuff going on at the same time rockstar and their brown noser were saying it's about immersing yourself into this gritty dangerous  world where people can be friendly or foe, as the game only encourages the foe part when interacting with strangers.

 

I wish RDO was like a survival game, half the reason why bought the game in the first place. It borrowed a few good elements like stats altering consumables and foraging. Just a shame it didn't go far enough and choose the outdated route of no repercussions pew pew gameplay. 

 

But it still works if you are ok with doing a lot of combat in sandbox environment. It is very close to GTA O game play wise just more grindy.

 

 

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
GrungeNinja

I end up buying the game, im sure I'll have a lot of fun on it like I still do in Gtao, can't wait to play it now, do you guys know at what time is the release tomorrow?

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
Tasty_Pasta
2 hours ago, GrungeNinja said:

do you guys know at what time is the release tomorrow?

8am ET

 

 

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
Krommer
On 10/27/2019 at 5:51 PM, GrungeNinja said:

1 -  How's the radar work? I heard that player blips only show when near other players, this pleases me as I despite the all time shown on GTAO.
2 - How's the gear comparison in low lvls to high end? Does a simple revoler horse guy can compete with a bolt rifle?
3- Are there more than one type of horse speed wise?
4- How are the microtransactions in RDRO ? Can I access everything with in game money without having to spend RL money as in GTAO ?
5- Is melee combat reliable ?

 

2 - As others said the low guns you start with get you started, but I'd also get the Bolt rifle at least ASAP; That is what I did, never regretted it. That was also the first gun I fully upgraded. It is a great general use gun. I like using the guns you can get the special skins for, from the Frontier Pursuits (Bolt Rifle, Lancaster Repeater, Schofield(SP) revolver and Volcanic Pistol as dual wield option (though hardly use it.) I just wish the Varmint rifle had a special skin. Oh, you also need one of those to kill smaller things (rabbits, etc) while still having them be perfect. I can't remember if you start with one? I also waited FAR too long to buy a bow; which is GREAT to have while in defensive mode if someone tries to PVP you (always have the bow set to use dynamite arrows, in case this happens to me ;) ) Instead of the reinforced lasso, when not actively doing a bounty, I have that set for volatile firewater bottle (also in case someone tries to PVP me.) Both of those can be done while you are still in defensive mode, which is nice since you can't actually lock on someone in that mode (auto aim.) One guy attacked me one time, then I dynamited arrow him and he was surprised; Then he pulled his out and we ran around on our horses around each other, shooting dynamite arrows at each other and kind of trading off kills until bored (it was kind of fun and chaotic, lols. ) You do have to pay their horse insurance, if you blow them up that way ($125? but you end up rolling in so much cash it is kind of moot.

 

The bow is also the only way to get "perfect" squirrels, or very small game. This is using the small game arrow. However, I am HORRIBLE at this so I still can't get them perfect. The bow, in fact, usually makes them "Poor" because I think I'm missing but I must have nicked it once. So I end up using the Varmint rifle and being satisfied with two stars.

 

3 - People have covered this a lot here, saying what I saw in game (that they are all pretty much the same speed in online.) I did notice a big difference between the crud horse you get, then the Black Chestnut Thoroughbred (Xbox?) you get for free if you get the ultimate edition ( In the stats, if nothing else - WAY worth it, for one thing you can get it again at the stables for free(forever) ) For a beginning horse, the ultimate edition ones are fantastic (both in online and single player.)


I rode that thing (Black Chestnut Thoroughbred) FOREVER, in online. Did not replace it until I was doing the Legendary Wolf Man bounty a bunch, with it being spooked by wolves. People said Turkman was great, as far as not being spooked; Paid $900 in game for it, barely marginally better. All my other $900 plus horse also range from max coward to 3/4 coward (bought 2 Klad, dumped the one that was noticeably worse.) This was with all of them at 4 core like, clean, fit, etc.

 

My guess is that PC is the same way, that there would be an "ultimate" edition which has a good single player as well as online horse? The extra money is VERY worth it.

 

4 - I was dumb, as well as impatient, paid $19.00/whatever for gold when Frontier Pursuits dropped; Did not know how easily you made it at the time just doing the dailies (at least one, every day) for 21 days plus (starts to pay out 2.5 times in gold bars, so EACH one is .5 of a gold bar. ) Got the Collector for free, with the 52 playing cards from GTAO (so if that is also offered in the PC version, worth finding them in GTAO), paid for Trader and Wheeler Rawson in the gold bars I bought for $19.00. Then I got the Bounty Hunter after I earned 15 more gold bars with those two.

 

You feel WAY less of a need to ever spent real life money in RDO, since it is way easy to make it with Frontier Pursuits. You can buy everything you need in game for not that much, horse are one of the main big price points ($900 plus for the best ones, but there is so little difference between most of them that it is just kind of what you LIKE, in Online. ) As I mentioned, in spite of what I've read here I have dumb luck with horses just not being brave. So if someone says, "Hey Klad is way better, it hardly did anything when  cougar attacked!", take it with a grain of salt; My BRAVER Silver Klad, which I kept, still throws me off if a cougar surprises us (but I've got WAY better at then hitting "b" to toss the cougar off me and shoot it in the face with the bolt rifle when it comes for me again.)

 

5 - Never done melee with a player, really. However, the machete you get from doing the collector (then buying it with gold from Madam Nazar), is fun to kill NPCS with. I don't think it is any better for that than the one you can just buy from any fence, but it is more stylish. I like to kill the Hideout leaders with it, for some reason, then hack at them for a bit. Or when a bounty times out, leaving the people in my bounty wagon, I use it on them after throwing a fire bottle at the door (so they'll leave, since you can't get rid of the bounty wagon otherwise to resummon your horse.)

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
GrungeNinja

So, I kinda had almost like an overdose of RDO, played the heck all of yesterday, and you guys were right, this game is a master piece indeed, the online mode is awesome. Really nice touch by rockstar at a lot of things that GTAO suffers, like character controlls, in RDO it feels a lot better.
Love the radar the way it is, defensive mode is way superior than passive mode, really happy they came with this. One thing that im missing is chat, could be proximity chat only, not map, there is not chat in the game besides SocialClub ? 

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
Foxwolfe

The chat is proximity based, easy to run around and never hear anyone else talking though as lots tend to use party chat or just aren't using a mic in general.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
Gleeman Vox

Melee between 2 players is awful. The fight can become super glitchy if both players are spamming the dodge and punch button. However it's better than getting hit multiple times by a single punch in GTA.

One more thing is that if one player has a gun and another is unarmed the unarmed player always smacks the other players gun away forcing them to be unarmed as well.

Edited by Gleeman Vox

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
Foxwolfe

Yeah while it has it's issues it's (imo) light years beyond the lame ass melee in GTAO

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
GrungeNinja
19 hours ago, Foxwolfe said:

The chat is proximity based, easy to run around and never hear anyone else talking though as lots tend to use party chat or just aren't using a mic in general.

I mean text chat.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
Foxwolfe

Ah my apologies, yeah I dunno about that as I haven't touched the PC version yet. Would kinda hope text chat wouldn't be proximity based.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Join the conversation

You can post now and register later. If you have an account, sign in now to post with your account.
Note: Your post will require moderator approval before it will be visible.

Guest
Reply to this topic...

×   Pasted as rich text.   Paste as plain text instead

  Only 75 emoji are allowed.

×   Your link has been automatically embedded.   Display as a link instead

×   Your previous content has been restored.   Clear editor

×   You cannot paste images directly. Upload or insert images from URL.


  • 1 User Currently Viewing
    0 members, 0 Anonymous, 1 Guest

×
×
  • Create New...

Important Information

By using GTAForums.com, you agree to our Terms of Use and Privacy Policy.