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  1. Hey Everyone! We are working hard to get BTZ completed for "The Following" release and are diligently squashing any bugs we may find. The problem is, we may not always catch them all and that's where we could use your help! This post here is where I'd like everyone to write about any bugs, glitches or exploits they may have come across while playing BTZ. Let us know about them now so we can do our best to kill 'em off in time for The Following! Here a list of some things that I can already to you are fixed/tuned for BTZ in general when 'The Following' releases. 1. Fixed an issue with the Shield negating stuck spits. 2. Bullet damage to Nests reduced 3. 2 Handed Heavy damage to Nests reduced 4. Tackle Damage to Nests reduced 5. Hunters "UV Heal" skill is much quicker (I really like this one...it allows for some new tricks) 6. Survivors flare cooldown cost is only applied if the flare was successfully thrown 7. Grappling hook cooldown cost increased 8. Fixed Grappling hook 1hit zombie defenders 9. Timeout loss for AFK 10.Timeout loss for Non-interaction (Survivors don't attack nests or interact with Hunter) 11. Survivors have 0% chance of winning Invasion rewards until at least 1 nest is destroyed 12. Outside damage mitigated while in PVP grab states (tackle, dropkick, pounce etc.) 13. DFA commitment. Survivors cannot quick roll out of a DFA attempt. 14. Fixed an issue with the Hunters 'cancel grounpound' input not being read if initiated early. 15. Fixed Hunter being blocked by Survival packages 16. Fixed Hunter Groundpound input not registering 17. Fixed Hunter UV block timer pausing while in PVP grab states. (would allow the Hunter to have the UV Block skill active longer than intended) 18. Fixed an issue with Shield NOT blocking a spit when it should (was checking angle to other player instead of angle to the spit itself) 19. Fixed an issue where Survivors could use the 'forward roll' skill to negate fall damage from a Tackle 20. AOE knockdown on successful tackle (Hunter) 21. Reduced wall hit stun for Survivors after being hit from a Groundpound 22. Fixed Hunter not receiving the win bonus XP for Humans cowering in fear Lot's more has been tweaked as well! Feel free to PM me if you want to let me know of some exploit but don't want to post it for everyone to see! (Please don't post "-So and so- is a Hacker!!!! PLZ bring Banhammer!!!" We are just looking for bugs in this post. Thanks!!!!) (edited to show additional fixes)
  2. 1. UV Range Ma GOSH. Freakin LOWER THE RANGE FOR GODNESS SAKES.Sorry for sounding like I'm raging, but I hate this the MOST. I heard they lowered the range 20%. LIE. The UV renders us USELESS against more than 1 human. Even with 1 we're almost useless! We could do a whole combo just to try to end with a pounce but nah... the player could turn and GLANCE at us with the UV and out uv is down like 10%, we can't pounce. The f***? 2. Firearms and skill 2v1 survivors have firearms = gg for Nh. We're terrible with firearms. The hell dude? We have spits that takes a minute and 30 seconds to recover. In theory, it doesn't sound long, but with competitive players, it's long ASF. This one guy named Nova going around talking about how us hunters need to stop complaining and just get better and use things wisely..bruh... why are WE the ones that have to make VERY MINIMAL mistakes, and have to have all the skill and actually have to worry about using our skills at the right time, ect.. but FREAKIN HUMANS have DUPED ARYTHING, and they have weapons with no stamina, so they don't gotta worry about picking the RIGHT TIME to actually strike(like we have to do with spits) the NH or be beat. And they don't get penalized like we do for making a mistake. 3. Tendril Speed. This isn't actually an issue(except that using in city is quite hard without running into a bucket or something). I was just wondering if we could use tendril speed AND if we're sprinting for a certain amount of time, the NH automatically goes into the speed-sprint mode. Also wondering if you can make the sprint faster than buggies? So we could our-run the buggies since there's not many buildings in Countryside. 4.(I deleted four, it was addressed) 5. NH vs Humans NH: Has stealthy perks, but it's in a devastating battle. It's like hitman in the middle of Battlefield 4. We're the planning side, we plan, we time things, we worry about how we charge in, we worry about our spits and how we use them, and we worry about timing, half our plans go to sh*t anyway because of OP humans. Humans: Reckless people who could make the NH a Bolter. Resources, survivor sense, agility, and have our weakness. How often do they ever actually strategize like us? How often do they actually have to worry about out-side problems like us(e.g. Stamina, resources, cooldown)? They don't have to worry about planning or anything. They just need to spam Surivor Sense and keep the UV on. They just use half-assed tactics. 6. Survivor Sense Do I really need to go over the issues with this? How's the NH gonna live up to it's title if our prey has our location, and our weakness, and have the resources to take us down flat out easily?(I'm a good NH. So it's not like newbie easy, but you get the point). A better idea is - when the NH uses screech to get enemy location, then on the radar of the humans, they ONLY GET AN ARROW telling them where the scream is COMING from. 7. Dodging Instead of making dodge spammable. I'm not saying remove it. Instead, why not have different buttons pop up on-screen for A SHORT PERIOD amount of time that the player has to press before the the NH hits instead of a slow-motion open window that's open for 3 hours straight? And same for NH(of course the NH doesn't lose energy from other UV spamming players and doesn't lose health from other players while in this mode). That way, both sides can tackle, and both sides need skill to do it.
  3. For Dying Light Enhanced Edition: 1. Fixed an issue with the Shield negating stuck spits. 2. Melee damage to Nests and Hunter adjusted/re-tuned 3. Bullet damage to Nests and Hunter reduced 4. Difficulty of "Hard Nests" increased across all variation (1v1,2v1,3v1,4v1 -more defenders,goons,extra brood) 5. Hunters "UV Heal" skill is much quicker (I really like this one...it allows for some new tricks) 6. Survivors flare cooldown cost is only applied if the flare was successfully thrown 7. Grappling hook cooldown cost increased 8. Fixed Grappling hook 1hit zombie defenders 9. Timeout loss for AFK Survivors 10.Timeout loss for Non-interaction (Survivors don't attack nests or interact with Hunter) 11. Survivors have 0% chance of winning Invasion rewards until at least 1 nest is destroyed or Hunter is killed 12. Outside damage mitigated while in PVP grab states (tackle, dropkick, pounce etc.) 13. DFA commitment. Survivors cannot quick roll out of a DFA attempt. 14. Fixed an issue with the Hunters 'cancel grounpound' input not being read if initiated early. 15. Fixed Hunter being blocked by Survival packages 16. Fixed Hunter Groundpound input not registering 17. Fixed Hunter UV block timer pausing while in PVP grab states. (would allow the Hunter to have the UV Block skill active longer than intended) 18. Fixed an issue with Shield NOT blocking a spit when it should (was checking angle to other player instead of angle to the spit itself) 19. Fixed an issue where Survivors could use the 'forward roll' skill to negate fall damage from a Tackle 20. AOE knockdown on successful tackle (Hunter) 21. Reduced wall hit stun for Survivors after being hit from a Groundpound 22. Fixed Hunter not receiving the win bonus XP for Humans cowering in fear 23. Hunter inherits more velocity when releasing tendrils 24. Hunter can transition directly from tendrils to sprint 25. Hunter can hold tackle input to trigger a successful tackle when available 26. Survivor or Hunter receive various buffs when falling too far behind in a match
  4. Alright, so I've seen some other people posting suggestions on how PvP can be better. Techland is fixing the matchmaking process which will make it IMMENSELY better! And while I think this game is amazing overall, there are a few things that I think could be done to make gameplay more fair and fun! What I'll do is post some suggestions for an improvement and a few reasons why I think that's beneficial. Then you can comment and say "yay" or "nay", a reason why, and add your own suggestions! If I and other people like it then I will edit this original post to include it! That way all of the good suggestions can be easily seen. Likewise I will edit out my ideas if they don't seem very popular, or change them as needed! Please leave a comment below of what you think, and hopefully we can get some good idea's that Techland will see! Thanks! Edits will be done in red Additions will be done in green A few of my suggestions (in no particular order): 1. Players can no longer abort immediately. Now this may seem a bit ridiculous since you would basically be making the player play. But here's my logic; - If a player does not want to be put in a BTZ match, then they can turn it off in the online menu, while still leaving multiplayer on for adventures with other players. - Doing so would help people playing as the Hunter find matches with players who would actually be willing to play. - It would help stop people from just leaving their console unpaused at night with the zombie invasion on. Many a time have I found that a player has left the console to do whatever and now I have to wait or abort because I just don't find it sporting to kill a guy who's just standing there My guess is if people are aware that if they leave it on they will be entered into an un-abortable match, they will be less likely to just wander off, at least without turning off the invasion mode. - I would suggest only allowing players to abort if they are going to quit the game. If they abort then they get sent to the main menu. I feel this would make people actually think about if they want invasion mode turned on, and make the matchmaking more effective. 2. Nerf Survivor's drop attack and dropkick. I thought this was nit-picky at first and I haven't had too much trouble with dropkicking, but it's become pretty apparent that this is an issue. I think this would really even out the two sides, and here's why. - A Hunter's pounce is a one hit kill, but can be deflected with UV light, quite easily in fact. A player's drop attack is one hit kill, apparently unavoidable.. - The drop attack has a weird knack for locking on from too far away. This means it takes no real skill or aim to use it and what's worse is that it can be performed off anything, even a park bench. The Survivor can even perform this move after jumping over a Hunter's tackle. Trust me, it's happened to me. - The dropkick seems really OP to me, doing more damage than it should, stunning the Hunter for too long, and is also too easy to chain preventing the Hunter from having a chance of escape/defense. - This would be fixable by a simple button mechanic (such as using the base hit button, perhaps a juke similar to what the survivor does, or a jump). It would be the same thing as the brief second available to deflect a pounce or jump over a tackle. 3. Spit recharge time. It might just be me but it seems like with the new patch they made the recharge time on the Hunter's spits longer. By kind of a lot. Now while some may think that the spits give the Hunter excessive advantage, I don't believe so. Here's why; - The Hunter relies on these to make effective assaults. Given that the Survivor has a UV flashlight and as of right now no limitations on flares, the Survivor can pretty much always deflect a Hunter's pounce. Hunter's need the UV Block spit in order to be able to prevent this, or try to since Survivors can always throw down more... flares... - Hunter's also have the ability to tackle, ground pound, and slap! However tackles can be easily dodged and cause the Hunter to stop running giving the Survivor time to UV and kill it, ground pounds do minimal damage and if miss for some reason make the Hunter stand there like an idiot while he gets chopped up, and slap is about as effective as a Magikarp's splash... All these can really mess up the Hunter, unless he uses the UV shield. Giving him time to make a move effectively and get away. Unless it takes 5 minutes to recharge; another reason why the recharge should not be as long. 4. Survivor Sense. It's vitally important to the Survivor, but maybe too vital? Many a time has it led to awkward staring competitions between the Hunter and the Survivor. And quite frankly I have no idea how to fix that! A comment below explains a bit how NOT having it would probably be unfair to the Survivor, and maybe nothing needs to be done at all. Opinions?? - Someone suggested giving the Hunter the ability to not be detected by Survivor Sense when crouching and I think that's a really cool idea! It gives incentive to the Hunter to be stealthy, the Survivor will still know it's location when it's on the move/attacking, and it would just make the whole think a little bit scarier. The threat of the Hunter stalking the player methodically rather than just relying on combos for kills on skilled players. 5. Hit points & aggression of zombies around nests/Hunter. I noticed this immediately, and it only took a few minutes to annoy the chupacabra out of me. I like the fact that they made them more aggressive and harder to kill, I just think they went a bit excessive. It once took me about 20-30 hits with a machete (dmg about 1800) to kill TWO viles (fast running zombies). My suggestions are pretty simple: - Aggressiveness around the nests should be high, but I don't need to be chased by 30 viles while I go from nest to nest. It doesn't make the game difficult or make you think, it just makes you take longer having to repetitively hit 30 zombies 10-15 times each! I have a Hunter to worry about between nests. At the nests, you can make it rain zombies. - The hit points of regular wimpy Viles should not be 10x more than the Hunter's. I've played a long time to get the amazing weapons I have, and now it seems like I'm hitting them with a teddy bear. I like that they don't get killed in one hit because it makes the game more challenging. But the amount of hit points they have is crazy! It should take me no more than 3-5 hits to kill those zombies. Because while they're attacking me I can't keep on the look out for the Hunter, which makes me an easy target. That... kinda sucks... in like a not well balanced way... - I DO like that the Hunter doesn't take that much damage to kill. It makes it so it's more about the skill of the zombie than just being The Incredible Hulk. I don't really think that needs changing as of now. 2-4 hits on the Hunter is a pretty good number, especially since he can regenerate health. *Footnote: If you type "S-C-R-E-W over" it will replace "S-C-R-E-W" with chupacabra. In fact, I didn't even type chupacabra it's just replacing "S-C-R-E-W" with "chupacabra" as I type. Just a fun fact!
  5. Alright, so I've seen some other people posting suggestions on how PvP can be better. Techland is fixing the matchmaking process which will make it IMMENSELY better! And while I think this game is amazing overall, there are a few things that I think could be done to make gameplay more fair and fun! What I'll do is post some suggestions for an improvement and a few reasons why I think that's beneficial. Then you can comment and say "yay" or "nay", a reason why, and add your own suggestions! If I and other people like it then I will edit this original post to include it! That way all of the good suggestions can be easily seen. Likewise I will edit out my ideas if they don't seem very popular, or change them as needed! Please leave a comment below of what you think, and hopefully we can get some good idea's that Techland will see! Thanks! Edits will be done in red A few of my suggestions (in no particular order): 1. FLARES!!!! Sorry, got excited. But it seems people have used the duplication glitch to get ungodly amounts of flares and then just making an endless flare trail! Even when spit on with a UV spit they can still IMMEDIATELY place another. So, basically, they're invincible! Tackle, ground pound and slapping them around only does so much damage, and usually if they've duplicated flares, they've done the same with medkits. My suggested improvements are as follows; - Flares do not last the entire game, they burn out in, say, 30-45 seconds? About as long as it takes for your UV flashlight to recharge, maybe a little longer. - A player can only go into a BTZ match with a set number, if available in their bag. Maybe a cap of around 10? That should be plenty, as you really only NEED them if you've been hit by a UV spit. - It also may be a good idea to fix that duplication glitch if it hasn't been already. Even with a patch for that however I would still suggest a cap on the number of flares usable because people who had used the glitch pre-patch would still have an advantage.. 2. Players can no longer abort immediately. Now this may seem a bit ridiculous since you would basically be making the player play. But here's my logic; - If a player does not want to be put in a BTZ match, then they can turn it off in the online menu, while still leaving multiplayer on for adventures with other players. - Doing so would help people playing as the Hunter find matches with players who would actually be willing to play. - It would help stop people from just leaving their console unpaused at night with the zombie invasion on. Many a time have I found that a player has left the console to do whatever and now I have to wait or abort because I just don't find it sporting to kill a guy who's just standing there My guess is if people are aware that if they leave it on they will be entered into an un-abortable match, they will be less likely to just wander off, at least without turning off the invasion mode. - I would suggest only allowing players to abort if they are going to quit the game. If they abort then they get sent to the main menu. I feel this would make people actually think about if they want invasion mode turned on, and make the matchmaking more effective. 3. Give the Hunter the ability to avoid the player's drop attack. Now this one is kinda nit-picky, but I think it would be only fair. Here's why. - A Hunter's pounce is a one hit kill, but can be deflected with UV light, quite easily in fact. A player's drop attack is one hit kill, apparently unavoidable.. - Mainly an issue because the player can do it very quickly and basically after jumping off anything. The player can even perform this move after jumping over a Hunter's tackle. Trust me, it's happened to me. - This would be fixable by a simple button mechanic (such as using the base hit button, perhaps a juke similar to what the player does, or a jump). It would be the same thing as the brief second available to deflect a pounce or jump over a tackle.
  6. PLEASE for the love of god, fix "Be The Zombie" Not enough Zombie AI...the streets are LITERALLY empty. If you want to add the fear factor to the game, yo uguys need to up the amount of AI on the streets. The hunter is strong, but not THAT strong. Especially since its easier for a lone survivor compared to 4 to win. PLEASE, get rid of the 10 second spawn timer as a Hunter...Sure, we have unlimited lives, but we do NOT have unlimited Nests. It takes 10 seconds to spawn on top of another 10-15 seconds just to catch up to the Survivors who are already destroying nests by the time you spawn. Add more spike traps to Olde Town? Not sure if this one is doable, but I find there are like no traps in this area (not a big deal, just a suggestion) This goes back to the first point. When I'm getting shot at by Survivors, the Viral sound effects begin to happen (same when suicide horde blows up) either make Virals actually spawn...to increase the risk of using guns. Or get rid of the sounds...please. Cause otherwise there are still no Zombie threats around the map other than the few squishies by the nest. Fix the matchmaking please. Numerous times I get errors saying "invasion failed" or "failed to join the session in progress" or "session you're looking for no longer exists" And when I do get connected. It says other hunters "[username Here] failed to join the session" These are just a few of the issues that need to be addressed. I really want this gametype to be fun and something I can go to when I'm not playing campaign with my friends.