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  • Pyroclast1c
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    Suggestion/feedback:



    Short version: 

    Right now there is no level scaling option like in Odyssey, which causes you to be unbelievably overpowered after only 3-4 zones if you do any sidecontent, need level scaling a.s.a.p.



    Long version:

    My personal experience so far has been me artificially/manually keeping my power level superlow because the game doesn't have a level scaling option....



    I was 4 zones in and always 100% finish a zone before moving on. I was lvl ~190 and playing on very hard and was facerolling through hordes and hordes of enemies. A simple stun atk on the final boss of a zone did 80% (!) of his max health. That's when I realised I should probably manually lower my level lol...

    I'm artificially lowering my level now so it's 30 levels below the zone Im playing in and the experience is somewhat balanced now. Still way too easy but can't go lower cause I'll literally lose basic skills 😕

    So to conclude, there should really just be an option ingame that scales all enemy levels to your level, and ideally with the option to scale it even higher, waaaaay past your own..... Odyssey had this option, and for good reason, this game should have it asap for the exact same reason.... To avoid that you become SO overpowered that even the "boss" of a zone gets 2 shotted..... on """"very hard"""" 😞

    (PS I didnt buy anything from the store, everything was obtained through pure gameplay)

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