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My issue shouldn't even be an issue. I feel lied to. They said we would be able to disable the hud. It's simply not true. You can disable most of the hud, not all of it. During the day your game will be hud free. However, at night eyeball icons will appear over enemies heads. These icons warn you that you are about to be spotted while revealing the enemies location. These icons are very much part of a "heads up display". They are in fact, giving me a heads up while appearing on my display. I don't know if this is an over-sight, a glitch or just plain laziness on the developers side. Though I feel obligated to say... Don't get my hopes up by telling me that I can disable the hud if I can't disable ALL of the hud. Those icons at night ruin the game in a very fundamental way. If you play the game on nightmare and disable your hud. You will discover that day time is now more difficult than night time. Why? Because virals move fast, climb buildings and you get NO WARNINGS! At night, the most dangerous creature in the game is constantly being tagged before it becomes a real threat. I find myself experiencing some relief when the sun goes down because now dangerous enemies will be tagged for me. Even though I really really really don't want them to be. So I request that you FIX the BROKEN "disable hud" option. Thank you for your time. PS: I just want what you said I was gonna get.
(THIS POST IS NOT ABOUT SURVIVOR SENSE, IT IS ABOUT THE THREAT DETECTION ICONS THAT APPEAR WHEN YOU ARE ABOUT TO BE SPOTTED) I absolutely love the look and feel of dying light. Unfortunately the game holds your hand no matter what difficulty you have it on. I waited so excited for "nightmare" mode and the ability to FINALLY turn off the HUD. Only to discover that the eyeball icons which warn you that you are about to be seen, still appear. I would say 75% of the fear of a monster comes from NOT knowing where it is. Unfortunately dying light does all it can to warn you of every little danger. Even if you turn off the hud for an absolutely beautiful game that feels immersive, the eyeball icons will pop up ruining that immersion and spoiling what could potentially be a scary situation. The enemies are so easy to avoid with all the warnings the game gives you. The game now has four difficulty settings and it holds your hand in all of them. So I beg you to please PPPPPLLLEASE get rid of the icons that let you know you are about to be seen. Also pllllllease consider AT LEAST putting a background timer on the x ray super power that lets you magically know where monsters are. I DON'T USE IT AT ALL THOUGH. Not that it matters with the icons warning me all the time anyway. Dying Light is an amazing game. I could see myself having tons of fun playing it if it didn't hold my hand like an infant. I waited so excited for this no HUD option and when I saw those eyeball icons still popping up, I wanted to cry. As it stands now, I will delete the game and try to find something else to do. Telling me where the monsters are literally kills all the fun for me. I don't mind having a warning OPTION, however that assist seems to be manditory no matter what difficulty you play on. It's amazing how something so little can literally ruin the fun. Please please please please please consider patching it so I can TURN OFF THREAT INDICATORS!!! If you do that, I will be addicted to an otherwise great game. If not, I probably won't ever play again. Thank you for your time. PS: This post is NOT about survivor sense!!! this post is about the threat detection icons. They are eyeball icons that appear over the heads of enemies when you are about to be spotted. These icons warn you of danger also while giving away enemy locations. They are NOT optional. You can NOT turn them off. Which is what this post is about. I do mention survivor sense because I believe it is a bit excessive. However that is not what this post is about and I do not use it.
Inexcusable for the user to be denied the freedom to customize/remove the HUD in Dying Light on the PlayStation 4, or any video game for that matter. Remarkable that one has to remind a development team about such a basic issue. Fix this issue permanently, by allowing users the freedom to manipulate the HUD as they so wish, on any game, any platform, period. Thanks.