ITT: A perfect multiplayer(co-op) experience and how it would work.

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User Info: xiTz_RyaNx

xiTz_RyaNx
5 years ago#31
You raise a very good point. Insted of holding onto seperate info for every different friend, how about if you complete a quest, whether it's in co-op or single player, the progress is recorded and saved to your character to it's moved over from single player to co-op and vice versa. That way, you could still accompany friends on quest they haven't done, but you wouldn't be getting any progression for it because you've already done it. You just get experience for killing creatures like you would for anything.
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User Info: duffmukchaw

duffmukchaw
5 years ago#32

Why are you worrying about experience farming, TES doesn't have experience, it has a skill based lvl system where you lvl your skills by using them, not by completing quests for experience points.

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xiTz_RyaNx
5 years ago#33
Very true, since there isn't really any experience, it wouldn't be as much of a problem anyways.
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