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  • detroitin2019
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    just wondering if anyone else plays without it? I’ll look at open map, set 1 marker to where I wanna go and then just use that. Keeps my screen cleaner, no icon distractions. My marker shows on the horizon so I can know I’m heading in general direction as I might zig zag looking for places of interest. Feels a little more like exploring to me. I might my Raven to see if there’s a structure or something I want to check out but never in stationary mode as I don’t want to know what’s around. I’m sure I’m missing things as I go so probably not efficient. I’ll use Odin sight occasionally near a building or place that looks like it should contain something so I know if there is.

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  • DaelosTheCat
    169 posts

    I prefer to play with as little UI as possible. Basically I only have my health and enemy info (to see if a headshot kills them or if I need to sneak up close for an assassination). Everything else feels too bulky and I don't like too much HUD.

    The only thing I'd like to change is for quest objectives to be always visible from Raven view, no matter the quest or the distance. I would like to be able to never open the map and just use my senses and Synin to find places to go to.

  • Mac-70-
    19 posts

    Yep i do too, turning the compass off makes your medieval drone more useful.

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