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- When i just started playing fallout 4 i kept most of the guns …
If Fallout 4 had weapon...
I had no idea people actually liked the videogame cancer that was item durability.
yeah, i loved firing 20 shots then having to find new parts cause my gun couldnt even kill a radroach
The idea that your gun somehow dealt slightly less damage, was slightly less accurate, and stopped working after X shots fired in FO3/NV was annoying, and not really based on how guns degrade IRL. Not having weapon degradation is way better than doing it the lazy way.
Well, actually, the rifling could wear out, thus making the gun both less powerful
less accurate, and the firing pin, trigger group, hell, the bolt itself can break if you don't take good enough care of those components.
Honestly, NV did it best, up until a certain threshold your gun works perfectly, then it starts degrading due to poor maintenance. If you keep neglecting it, it gets worse and worse, until it breaks and you have to spend a lot of money putting it back together, or just take the parts from a bunch of other guns.
what maintenance are you talking about?
The game got no such options like that, either get a new one or sacrifice another weapon too make the gods off Fallout repair it for you...
That's because I don't mean in game, I was comparing it to real life.
You weren't tho, direct line from your comment: '' NV did it best, up until a certain threshold your gun works perfectly, then it starts degrading due to poor maintenance''.
With modern high quality weapons and surplus ammo is this a issue anymore?
you got to take thousands upon thousands off shots for the rifling to wear off on good ammunition, you shouldn't blame the product for a users fault.
Huh, I actually did. Well, one way it'll make sense is that at that point something actually broke on your gun, and it's affecting the integrity of the other parts.
Or something like that, I dunno.
And like I said, most of the guns in Fallout are either 200+ years old, or they're made with metal from soup cans, the exaggeration of that statement depending on the amount of raiders that live in the particular area.
But weren't you talking about IRL?
I am even more confused now than i was first reading it...
First paragraph was IRL, second paragraph was in-game.
Apparently, gun maintenance in Fallout includes bashing your rifle with another one until it works again.
Alright, i think i got it now.
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