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  • PrainLopez
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    Extraction has a brand new start but here's some things that I hope it could be better.

    First is a bit of emergent. Currently bringing low-level operators into high difficulty matchmake shows up as a pretty negative play for some players to damage other's gameplay. I suggest banning operators lower than the suggested level from difficulty can be a possible temporary solution to this.
    MIA should fixed in the subzone sequence. Currently players tend to extract and retry directly if they have MIA mission in the last place. There is a simple suggestion that fix the MIA rescue into one place. Such as the second place.
    Last suggestion, bring some time related to the recovery of operator. For example, every 24h, the REACT will automatically rescue a MIA operator, or recover 10-20 operator health. The chance depends on the status of operators. This will pursuade some players from uninstall when discouraged by the game.

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  • CaptainCasualty
    4 posts

    @prainlopez Agree, if you get your operator back and succeed the mission you still get penalized if he got hit, ONCE. wha? Great job, successful mission!!! oh yeah, can't play him now.

  • DiegoGOlive
    3 posts

    @prainlopez its not hard rescuing an operator, and you cannot lose all operators, once you are on your last one, the game will revert back to allowing you use him again. And you only need to do 1 mission to rescue all operators, literally carrying one body.

    And you do get health back on operators, as time passes while playing other operators

  • Noxious81
    1174 posts
    (...) its not hard rescuing an operator, (...)


    Agreed, especially as you can always rescue your Operators on the lowest difficulty.

    (...) And you do get health back on operators, as time passes while playing other operators


    Yep, and I think that's pretty much all the game needs. Why should the game reward players with rescuing and healing Operators while not playing the game? That doesn't seem to be right to me...

    The only thing I personally didn't like about the healing process of the injured Operators was that it felt to penalizing while making the first steps in the game solo, as you then in most cases will not return from most missions without being injured. Thus leaving quite a few Operators injured as the healing process is rather slow if you're not able to gain enough XP during the missions...

  • Enrik_Bardhi
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