i was just looking at the wiki for this and i read...

#1akromaaranPosted 10/3/2010 2:24:22 PM

"The ability to sprint has been added, as well as vehicles, which can be used in some levels, involving firing from them."

Now i am sure the driving is mission based, but still, progress, right?

heres the link

http://conduit.wikia.com/wiki/Conduit_2

its halfway down the 2nd par. in gameplay

#2LigersRulePosted 10/3/2010 2:27:25 PM
No drivable vehicles. There are vehicles, but you don't control them. It's kinda a rail-shooter thing. You just shoot, not drive.
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#3Z1LVER12Posted 10/3/2010 3:33:31 PM
"Involving" meaning It's one way to use it in this case the vehicle, and HVS is thinking about adding drivable vehicles
#4The_ShaderPosted 10/3/2010 11:18:53 PM
Notice how it doesnt say that the vehicles are in the multiplayer. it just says that they are in the game.

Which is fine, vehicles arent necessary. A quad is always nice to have though.... and Pentagon could use some Quads in those hallways.
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#5Z1LVER12Posted 10/4/2010 3:46:49 PM
well I was never thinking big vehicles like tanks and stuff but more the size of a truck or quad
#6darkjedilinkPosted 10/7/2010 8:57:45 PM
I wanna shoot a rocket launcher from atop a Segway. That would be the awesome.
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