I though about this after seeing the latest picture: I know there is some rain in the oil rig, and probably snow in Siberia. But how about having different weather conditions that are determined randomly at the start of the level. When playing the oil rig level there would be rain, but when playing the same level other time there would be some dense fog, and other times there would be nothing. Same with the Siberia level, sometimes there would be a heavy blizzard and other times there could be a few snow. And if there is a level taking place on some streets under direct sun at summer, it could have some heat distortion at ground level. What u guys think?
While I'd love to see heat distortion on, well... Everything, judging by how it looked in The Conduit, we either won't see much of it, or we won't see any at all, especially not covering the ground.
That said, variable weather would be a great addition to single or multiplayer assuming they can make it work well. --- 2% of GameFAQs users have this in their signature. If you're one of the 98% that doesn't, copy and paste this into your signature.
It was pretty ugly. You could only see it at the edge of the screen, and it looked more like a glitch than anything.
Find one of the pulse boxes, and then look way to the side of it until it's offscreen, but it's little red pulses are still there. --- 2% of GameFAQs users have this in their signature. If you're one of the 98% that doesn't, copy and paste this into your signature.
The mist, and heavy blizzards (lowering your view sight) would add a whole new layer to online multiplayer's strategic elements. It would be a completely new feature to this game which this game desperately needs.