Hard pass on the puking mechanics.
Alright, you know your guns. I apologize. I wasn't even arguing the idea of getting rid of level gating. There are other mechanics too. I was just disagreeing with the idea of chasing realism because it's gonna be better because it's realistic and for some reason more immersive. I was immersed as hell in The Witcher 3 with it's level gating and I don't remember many instances when the game denied me to use an item, despite completing it 4 times with Steam clock reaching 600 hours.
It's just used as guidance.
TW3 wasn't the most invasive durability system, but yea I'm not a fan of these at all. Hopefully the futuristic setting is reason enough to not include this. V's constant upgrades and modding should be more than enough to satisfy any tinkering the game wants us to do, without the additional "go fix your armor" that always feels like a chore.Hi
in TW3 armor and wepaons lose durability, get damaged, have to be repaired frequently, please don't do that in CP2077
or just add an option to prevent gear to get damaged. It's annoying to go to repair the equipment over and over again.
I'm fine with unlock-based gear. I know not everybody here is, but I'm fine with needing to progress my character a bit to handle better weaponry.Since Netrunner players will have to deal with various limitations in the game's tech, based on their unlocked skills, it's only fair that Solo players have certain restrictions on weapons or armor based on their strength, constitution etc. So unlock-based gear is fine with me.
However, outright level requirements for gear is a different story. That'd be a bad time.
That's your opinion. But yes, some durability systems are way exaggerated.I find that gear degradation in RPGs typically break immersion in that the rate of degradation is almost without fail, many times worse than it would be in reality.
Your gun isn't going to degrade and need repairing every time you fire it.
You don't need to "repair" a gun. It does need to be cleaned and lubricated on pretty regular basis, though...Your gun isn't going to degrade and need repairing every time you fire it.