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What is this mod? This mod was created to satisfy our need of any sort of progression in our COOP group. The mod is inspired by the RPG-like passive skill system in Escape From Tarkov, although much simpler. We wanted to create a progression system that would give players something to work towards, independent of the mission, a system to reward playtime and gameplay. This mod is primarily intended for units and groups that play coop missions. This mod is not intended for public PvP gamemodes. Although it will work, abusing the system can be easy so it is not recommended. DOWNLOAD LINK How does it work? This mod is client-side (for now). It works by tracking player's actions trough events, and saving their progress. IMPORTANT Note: Effects of progression are applied in real time, but for performance reasons, they're only saved upon death or when the Progression menu is opened. The Player will always have an action in their action menu called "Progression menu" which will open the menu that shows all of your progression. In this menu you can see the progress of your passive skills, as well as acquire rank promotions and combat traits. Combat traits are a part of vanilla Arma, but they're normally linked to the selected character that you're playing (I.e. Combat Life Saver has the "Medic" trait). Our system tracks all score gained by the player. The score is used as a currency when you're acquiring combat traits or a rank promotion. Acquiring a combat trait while you already have one or more, will heavily increase it's price. Higher ranked players get discounts on combat traits. Here's a table of costs for rank promotions: Passive skills Our passive skills are Recoil control, Sway control and Strength. Recoil control is a self explanatory skill. It is leveled over a long period of time by firing any handheld weapons. Sway control is your character's ability to keep the gun steady while aiming. It is normally leveled by performing certain actions such as resting or deploying your weapon. Like recoil control, this skill is also leveled over a very long period of time. Strength affects your character's ability to carry heavy gear, and it's impact on stamina. Higher level strength will allow you to carry more gear without decreasing your stamina as much. Passive leveling of this skill is super slow, much slower than the other two skills. The best way to level strength is by having a workout. You can do this trough the Progression menu.
Pyrit. posted a topic in Announcements⚠️ Important information for all Outlanders. ⚠️ Some of you may already know this (from our last Dev Stream?) but it never hurts to state a very important thing twice. ⚫There is, in fact, going to be a Complete Wipe accompanying the 0.6 Update. But this downfall comes with a reward ? in a form of the improved Crafting system?️, Expanded Shelter Builder ?️ and much more that is going to come as a part of the update. We understand that you might have many questions so definitely do not hesitate to ask ?⬇️ And please feel free to watch the VOD of the stream for a closer look at all of the improvements that are to come in the 0.6: Dev Stream 08- Dev Stream 09 - See you in Vigor!
Hard core gamers will certainly disagree with this, but as a VERY casual player I feel the need to make a suggestion. As a casual I play strictly for fun, when something ceases to be fun, I just don't play it. Another result of my being a casual is my K/D in shooters is anywhere between .50 and .62 depending on the game. In this game that translates to me actually making it out alive with basic loot only one in three matches, and I have never yet actually gotten the drop. That said, only making it out with loot one in three matches combined with loosing everything when you die makes the grind incredible for the casual player. This is exacerbated by the fact that once you reach the max amount of materials for the next upgrade you cease accruing mats. It does me no good to get 915 mats when I die when I'm already maxed out at the 6000 for the next upgrade and that 915 mats just goes into the digital void because my counter can't go above the max for the next upgrade. I propose that the death penalty be reduced to 50% of your loot going away with a RNG mechanic in place to randomly select what that 50% is comprised of. That way players who die more often than they live and / or get a kill can still feel like they're making progression. Now, I'm not trying to convince hard cores to agree with me, I already know from other games and other forums that any conversation along those lines devolves into "GIT GUD" and "But a game should be fun" - already heard that. So, hard cores, just stay calm and realize that I'm making this post for the game developers to see, I'm not trying to convince you personally to be less hard core. Just realize some folks play strictly for fun, and still want to have fun even if they're not that great.
Greetings. I want to specialize my role in game and I would like to reset my level and progress because I spent most of my cash on stuff I don't use. Is there going to be an option to reset our progress? Or can I request my progress be reset? Thanks in advance.