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  • USMC_Tallin
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    Would like to see a small change to the loot in Countdown after playing it too many times to count since release.

    Currently there are chests to open in each objective area plus the normal drops from NPC's.

    I have noticed that having the chests in the objective area's seems to promote all 8 players going to the same objectives because no one wants to lose out on any loot.

    I assumed that having 2 teams of 4 people would promote each team to go to different objectives, but people don't do this as each team is losing out on the others loot.

    I would suggest that instead of having chests in the objective area's the following is done:

    Chests are located at the end extraction point behind the Hunter Spawns. In order to open them the Hunters must be defeated. The number of chests that will be available will be determined by the number of objectives completed (more for doing all 3, less if only did 2).

    I think this would encourage teams to split up to get objectives done without worrying as much about losing out on chest loot in each objective area. This would also help with people being able to stay on task instead of worrying about trying to find said chests after an objective is complete while the rest of the team has moved forward.

    It can be frustrating for many players (especially the newer ones) to complete an objective and run around the area looking to see where the chests were opened (if the were opened) to pick up all the loot and feel left behind like you are always trying to catch up especially when chests are opened on the opposite side of the objective from where people are now running.

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