Besides Artifacts, weapons are the most important part of good character building in Genshin Impact. Playable characters can fight using Catalyst, Bow, Sword, Polearm, or Claymore, but not all weapons are created equal. Weapon levels range from 1 star to 5 star. The 5 star weapons are the best and of course the rarest.
Getting good 4-star or 5-star weapons in Genshin Impact can be difficult, especially for new players. Luckily, there are plenty of great 3-star weapons available in the meantime.
In this guide, we’ll showcase 8 three-star weapons worth saving for every player. They are extremely useful and have great potential, especially once players upgrade, improve, and refine them.
The first weapon is pretty obvious and most of us know why. It’s Thrilling Tales of Dragon Slayers.
This weapon is one of the best secondary weapons in the game, providing a massive 48% attack power boost to the next character you switch to. While it does make your spin a little stiff, the huge attack boost is worth it.
In a team with a damage dealer with scalable attacks, 90% of the time this weapon will be the best choice of catalyst support.
You also don’t need to upgrade the weapon unless you need HP sub-stat. Just bring it to R5. I’ve saved 3 R5 copies of this weapon, 2 for each Spiral Abyss team, and one as an extra.
If passive uptime is maintained, the next weapon will damage most 4-star weapons and sometimes even 5-star weapon options. It’s Harbinger of Dawn.
It provides a large amount of critical damage and an additional 28% critical chance if your health is above 90%. It does have lower base attack power, but its critical hit stats make up for that. For characters, like Albedo and Alhaitham, low base attack has little impact.
Although the passive may seem difficult to maintain, it’s an amazing weapon choice if you have a Shielder or a character on your team who can dodge enemy attacks.
This is great for low DPS characters since they spend most of their time on the sidelines, giving you 100% uptime on the passive side.
Corrosion and Furina are the weaknesses of this weapon. But you should save at least 1 R5 Harbinger of Dawn. I saved 2 just to be safe.
The next weapon we have is Black Tassel. This Polearm provides the highest HP in the game. The passive is useless, but the raw stats make it a splendid choice of characters like Zhongli, Thoma, who only need HP.
Next is Black Tassel’s brother, White Tassel. The critical hit rate of this weapon is astonishing.
Although its base attack power is lower since it is a 3-star weapon, the passive skill provides a 48% increase in basic attack damage at R5. This makes it a brilliant choice for carriers like Cyno who use normal attacks.
It’s even comparable to 5-star Polearms if you use its passive skill. So I recommend you keep at least 1 R5 copy of this weapon.
Next we have R5 Slingshot. This weapon provides critical strike chance. It increases basic and charged attack damage by 60% if you’re close to an enemy.
Tighnari is the best candidate for this weapon because he relies on charged attacks, and low base attacks don’t affect him much.
Next we have Sharpshooter’s Oath. This weapon doesn’t have much use so far, as its passive is situational and craftable bow-based. And Prototype Crescent is better suited to enemies like Ganyu, who are weak to ATK% DPS characters.
However, this weapon provides critical damage that the 4-star bow does not. This could make it a superb choice for future character stats. So I suggest you better save 1 copy of this weapon at R5.
Then we have Recurve Bow, which is the only bow that provides HP%. While the passive is useless, the raw stats may be useful in the future. Even now, if you don’t have Favonius Warbow, this weapon is great for Yelan.
Next we have Dark Iron Sword. Although this weapon doesn’t have much use, it is a very rare sword. It can only be found in 2 places. The first one requires talking to Chen the Sharp, and the next one is in the chest in Wangshan Hall in Chenyu Vale. Even though it’s not that useful now, who knows you might need it in the future.
Besides these weapons, I recommend you keep a copy of the 3-star weapons. These weapons provide critical hit stats and stats rarely seen in 4-star weapon options like Def%, Hp%, or Elemental Mastery.
For example, Traveler’s Handy Sword provides Def%, while the only sword that provides defense is Cinnabar Spindle, which is an activity-limited weapon. So, being on the safe side, you should keep the sword.
Anyway, I hope this 3 star weapon guide is helpful to you. Be sure to share this guide with your friends so they don’t waste those valuable 3-star weapons.
Chevreuse is the newest 4-Star Pyro Polearm user in Genshin Impact 4.3. Here we will discuss the 6 best team compositions for Chevreuse. Let’s start with what is probably her most popular team.
Raiden Shogun recently returned, so it makes sense that people would try them together. Chevreuse will act as a replacement for Viridescent Venerer by reducing the opponent’s Pyro and Electro Resistance. She will also use her passive attack to add damage to the team. Her healing also makes the team more comfortable.
I recommend going for Chevreuse to deal damage, because even at C0 she actually does a lot of damage in small bursts. I find this to be more beneficial to the team than the extra attack gained by building up her full health.
I gave her Staff of Homa. But if you don’t have it in your Genshin Impact Account, you can give her any item with critical hit or attack power. You can also craft a Rightful Reward in Fontaine for more healing or a Favonius Lance for energy.
For her Artifacts, I recommend the 2 piece set. Such as Crimson Witch and Golden Troupe, for damage or life and healing combinations to enhance her healing effects.
Kujou Sara is also on the banner, so you can use her instead of Xiangling to form a Raiden Hypercarry Team. But I don’t have Sara’s C6, so I’m not showing the team here. If you have her C6, I think this will be one of the strongest Raiden Hypercarry Teams in the game.
Yoimiya also has banners. Let’s take a look at Yoimiya team. Beidou’s Electric Shield will provide Yoimiya with some immunity to full attacks and add an extra layer of survivability on top of Chevreuse’s healing.
Since we do not have a complete therapist, these two will be combined to form a composite therapist. Beidou’s damage and Fischl’s C6 are both triggered by normal attacks, so this is a team with a lot of synergy.
Since both Fischl and Yoimiya are single target, Beidou also gives us some AOE coverage. So, you can replace her with Bennett. But I feel like it would make the team more versatile and I’d rather use Beidou since she’s one of my favorite characters in the game.
I think Chevreuse brings more to this team than Kazuha’s buff and damage. And once you get her constellations, things only get better.
The next team is similar to the first, but without Bennett, Chevreuse is the only healer. Without Bennett’s attack buff, everyone on the team will deal less damage, but Fischl makes up for this by providing an additional source of damage. You can also use Yae Miko if you prefer.
Since we don’t have Bennett, you’ll probably be fighting for particles for Xiangling even with Raiden. So don’t be afraid to let one of them catch Favonius Lance.
The team may be a bit soft, but some Constellations from Chevreuse help that. If you’re good at dodging, she’ll be fine at C0.
One thing I love about Chevreuse is that, aside from her impressive performance in C0, most of the characters she works with are older characters that we have a lot of constellations with. It’s refreshing to see this instead of a character like Faruzan who wants a C6 newer unit.
Even though I said the first team is my favorite on the roster, this Razor team could challenge my favorite Chevreuse team.
Razor was my first DPS for a few days until I got Diluc, then Childe, whose design I always liked with a ghost wolf. I stopped using him because others felt more powerful. Then I didn’t use him again until Dendro was released.
Chevreuse gives us another way to use him. I think Razor’s Dendro team is better and still fun to use. Chevreuse has great synergy with this group.
Razor is going to play a lot of minutes, so you need someone like Chevreuse who only plays a lot of minutes. Since she deals damage in a small area and then her abilities are on cooldown for a while, she’s perfect for this.
It’s also worth noting that with C6 Bennett converting Razor’s Normal to Pyro, Chevreuse will allow him to deal more damage in both elements. It might even be worth trying a Pyro Goblet on him. If you have a good 4-Piece Lavawalker, this will also allow him to do a lot of damage here.
Another character who didn’t get much play was Yanfei. I’m glad to have a support that allows us to have another team that can use her.
There are a lot of nice Hydro characters here to pair with Yanfei. While this isn’t the strongest team, it clears everything in the game. However, you may still have difficulties with Spiral Abyss Floor 12.
It also has decent survivability. Yanfei gives himself a shield, then Chevreuse heals. Like the second team, it doesn’t serve as a dedicated defensive unit, but the defensive potential of a team made up of a few characters that themselves offer a bit of survivability.
This means you can have damage dealers and buffers on your team. Hopefully, Clorinde or Arlecchino can do that, but do a little more damage than Yanfei.
To be honest, this last team isn’t the best on the roster, but for those eager to play Cyno more, this is a way to bench Cyno.
Remember, he’s better with Dendro, and Raiden will be better with this team as well.
For a C0 score, I would give Chevreuse a 6.5. Her score may be higher, but her team will ultimately be deficient because of the two elements she handles.
Pyro only has one off-field damage dealer, which is actually quite good. And on-field DPS might be energy-hungry like Yanfei, weak like Yoimiya, and perform better in Mono Pyro Team like Klee.
Teams often end up with just Chevreuse, Xiangling, Bennett and Electro DPS on the field, with Raiden being the best choice. You could trade Bennett’s comfort level for Electros off-court role, but you’d lose a lot of the offense he brings to the team.
Once you get some Chevreuse Constellations, she gets better and her team becomes more interesting. These are the 6 teams that I think are the best for Chevreuse in Genshin Impact 4.3. What do you think of this roster? If you are interested, give it a try!
Starfield has a lot of choices. Some of which are a no-brainer. While others are still being debated. And then, there are some choices that are just straight up stupid. Chances are, you probably made some of these stupid decisions during your playthrough without knowing.
So in this guide, we’re going to be taking a look at the worst decisions you can make in Starfield.
Early on in the main story, you’re going to find yourself in a keyless city hunting down an artifact with Sam Coe, close to its whereabouts lying in the local Galbanks Vaults.
But there’s one small predicament: in true Western fashion, the bank is being held up by a gang of bandits. What’s worse is that there are hostages inside who are all fearing for their lives.
Seeing as the gang is unwilling to talk to the rangers, you’ll have the opportunity to act as a mediator and negotiate with the group of deadbeats and try to resolve the situation. However, if you’re incompetent enough, then you’ll have the opportunity to completely ruin the heist.
If you did find some way to slip into the bank without convincing the bandits to stand down, then you’ll find the crew’s leader waiting for you inside the vault with a hostage in tow.
By now, any sane player would have killed the thief and enjoyed being brandished as a hero. But you’re not the same player, are you?
Simply wait for the gang to give up on trying to negotiate with the Galbank employee, and he’ll kill him right in front of you.
The funniest part of this quest, however, is Marshall Daniels’s reaction, who, despite being mortified by your incompetence, still decides that you’re Freestar Ranger material.
With characters as stupid as this, it’s no wonder you’re the one getting everything done.
Andreja’s questline is filled with twists and turns, but it climaxes at the end when you must confront Tomisar, a high-ranking official within the House Va’ruun and Andreja’s only link to a home.
After spending all of two minutes arguing with Tomisar, you have to choose one of 3 options: kill Tomisar, let Andreja kill Tomisar, or, for whatever reason, let him go.
Option 3 may seem fine enough. However, it’s a choice you’re sure to regret after you make it. From a story perspective, this makes little sense. You just spent the past hour trying to avenge Andreja’s friends. Now, you’ve suddenly grown into a soft spot.
And despite Andreja’s threat of reporting Tomisar to the High Council, for some reason, I don’t think they really care about what happens to those outside the House of Varun.
From a gameplay perspective, well, you do miss out on some pretty sweet robes. It’s perfect for anyone trying to roleplay as a Sith Lord.
Ultimately, the choice of whether to kill or spare Tomisar is yours, and don’t worry about upsetting our new goth mommy, as our standing with you is unchanged regardless of the choice you make.
Fallout 4 really spoiled us with the amount of romance options that were available to us.
Not only did we have a greater number of potential suitors, but you were also able to flirt, develop relationships, and sleep with all of the potential partners or wanderers, so long as you keep all your lovers out of sight from each other.
But trying to do the same thing in Starfield is a big mistake. It seems like everyone in Starfield is monogamous. And since all the characters you can woo are members of Constellation, word gets around much faster.
Although you’re free to flirt with whoever during the early stages of a relationship, the more serious your bond becomes with a potential soulmate, so to do the consequences.
If you’re caught chatting up other members after you’ve popped the big question, then your partner will lose your trust, and without saying the right things, you may end up in divorce court.
Ever since their inception in Morrowind, followers have become a staple in Bethesda games and only get better with every new game.
We’re now at the point with Starfield, where followers are pretty much a must, and going through the game as a lone wolf is less of an option and more of a hindrance. Bethesda’s companions have gone from glorified mobile storages to full-fledged characters with desires, needs, and characteristics.
In gameplay terms, your followers can also do a lot more than carry your burdens and fight mud crabs. They comment on their surroundings, engage in conversations, and can even speak on behalf of the player.
And that’s not to mention the world of romance options, which allow you to gain your companion’s trust and get things spicy in the bedroom for those sweet buffs.
So, as cool as you may think you are for uncovering the mysteries of the galaxy alone, the best lesson Starfield teaches is that everything’s more fun with friends, even if they aren’t real.
Now, I know that playing Starfield as a lone wolf is a no-go, but let me explain to you why spending Starfield Credits on a crew is not the best idea.
When you reach New Atlantis, you may be tempted to recruit all the potential crew members you can find. However, if you give the game some time, then you’ll be able to recruit crew members completely for free during the main story.
And best of all, these crew members have a personality, a trait that’s highly lacking with these random space scoundrels you can find in bars, who don’t even have a name.
What’s worse is that despite them taking up a slot in your ship, these crew members typically only have 1 or 2 skills maximum, which pales in comparison to Constellation crew members that have 4 skills with at least one maxed out.
Worse yet, is that you can’t even sleep with any of these companions. And that’s where I draw the line and choose to leave these second-rate crew members drowning their sorrows in the bars I found them in.
Starfield has more side content than any other Bethesda game to date.
Knowing this, it may be enticing to beeline your way through the main story and play through the other side missions and faction quests after you finish the main story. And although this is a perfectly apt way of going about it, it’s not something I’d recommend.
Without going into spoilers, New Game Plus will completely reset your progress except for your skills. But that’s not all that makes your second playthrough different. Many of the quests and events are changed, so you’ll be getting an altered version of the story, and even the side missions will play out differently.
Traits are a new addition to Bethesda’s game design, and they’re simple enough to get the hang of.
Unlike perks and skills, traits are a one-off effect that gives the player a buff and a debuff. But with a total of 17 traits currently in the game, you’d be correct in thinking that it’s balanced.
While all of the traits offer something to add, most offer a standard boost to health, stamina, or oxygen, with little added in terms of gameplay or story elements. And then, there are traits like Spaced or Introvert, which feel like they’re working against you rather than with you. I mean, what kind of a trait would punish you for having friends?
Thankfully, for every bad trait, there are 2 good ones. Wanted is basically a must for anyone doing a Glass Cannon build as it gives a massive 20% damage bonus while on low health. Taskmaster, as part of your ship, instantly repairs at a fee. And Empath is a trait that virtually has no faults, as it’s really hard to make your companions upset unless you blow up a colony ship or something.
Finally, those of you are more worried about the role-playing side of things, then you really can’t go wrong with Kid Stuff and Dream Home. As the former adds hours of extra content revolving around your parents while the latter gives you a sweet pad that puts anyone’s outpost to shame.
And if you’re looking to have a human punching bag that can make every waking moment of their lives miserable, then Hero Worshipped is the trait for you.
Your skills in Starfield are one of your character's most defining features.
Not only will they play a role in dialogue and choices. But more importantly, they'll determine what you're best at and the style of playthrough you're likely to pursue.
Although all skills have their purpose, it's not an equal playing field. Some skills are simply not that great, while others are just plain terrible, specifically skills like Botany, Gastronomy, and Nutrition. These skills sound and play like afterthoughts that were made for no better reason than to fill up the screen.
Meanwhile, skills like Rejuvenation turn Starfield into Call of Duty with regenerating health. And Persuasion lets you avoid conflict altogether to ensure the best possible outcome.
Genshin Impact 4.3 is expected to be released on Wednesday, December 20th. But during the live broadcast on December 8, 2023, we received a bunch of officials information.
Below we discuss 5 insane new features included in Genshin Impact 4.3 update!
Right now, we know very little about Genshin Impact 4.3’s story quests, but we did get a ton of information about the upcoming events. Among them, the main event called Roses and Muskets is about filming some scenes with a bunch of unique characters from Inazuma and Fontaine.
Now, we can see that the biggest reward for participating will be this limited Claymore called Ultimate Overlord’s Mega Magic Sword.
This event will consist of a series of mini-games.
In the first activity, you need to become a Sniper Elite and destroy enemies.
In the second campaign, you need to fight in this battle arena and use various film effects, such as this old-time grayscale effect.
In the third activity, you need to enter the co-op and drive those blue balls to their target areas.
And the final fourth activity requires you to take a bunch of dynamic photos of the characters.
Moving to smaller events, Itto’s Beetle Battling event is about to return. It doesn’t seem to have any unique rewards, just a bunch of resources. But the developers do promise that there will be some new ways for you to strategize and become the best Beetle Master you can be.
Plus, we get unique rewards in Lost Riches event. That’s right, Mini Seelie is back! I’m excited to see that I can add another Seelie to my collection.
Interestingly, we had the option of a new Brilliance Seelie as a bonus, and it actually traveled with us underwater. So I figured it wouldn’t be a hard choice for me when it came to choosing which new Seelie I wanted to get.
Now, another event called Dance of Resolute Will is a combat-focused event. Here you need to use 1 character in both rounds of battle and the other 3 characters cannot be the same in both rounds. It looks like fun and will have lots of universal rewards.
Also, Liben will appear in Mondstadt again. If you’re not familiar with him, you just trade a bunch of materials in your Genshin Impact Account for a Primogem reward.
Finally, TCG mode welcomes a new intense battle mode, and Forge Realm’s Temper Event. Meanwhile, you can also challenge some Melusines and get a lot of new cards, including 6 new characters and 5 new monsters.
After nearly a year, we finally get a new Geo character, Navia.
Navia is a new 5-Star Geo Claymore character. This is also the third Geo character to use Claymore.
It now appears that she can use her skills to shoot enemies. When anyone in the party picks up Crystalize shards, they grant these Crystal Shrapnel stacks, thus empowering skills. So the more stacks Navia has, the more powerful her skills become.
But her over-the-top gaming style doesn’t end there. Because quite literally, her burst summons a massive cannon that causes a massive explosion and deals with AOE damage while leaving a trail of supportive fire that damages nearby enemies.
What’s also cool is that Navia will also gain additional Crystal Shrapnel stacks when the burst hits an enemy. So this will allow her to improve the performance of her skills faster.
Also, she is the first character that will increase the rewards you receive from Fontaine adventures.
Now another new character in patch 4.3 will be Chevreuse. She is a 4-Star Pyro Polearm Users. Her ability is very interesting. When clicked, she will fire rapidly and then provide continuous healing to the active character.
If you have this skill, she can lock onto the weapon sights. And if anyone in the party triggers Overloaded reaction, she will release this Overcharged Ball, causing better AOE Pyro damage.
As for her explosions, this time she fires a grenade, which will explode first and then leave shells scattered around, which will explode after a while.
I think the most important thing about this new 4-Star character is her unique passive ability. If the team consists strictly of Pyro or Electro characters, it will become proactive. Because of this, when anyone triggers Overloaded reaction, the enemy’s Pyro and Electro Resistance will be reduced.
This passive restriction is very similar to Nilou’s, in that you can only activate her instantly explosive Bloom if the party consists of Hydro or Dendro. But this time, Chevreuse stipulated that the team must be composed of Pyro or Electro. So now I wonder what these new Overloaded teams will be like.
But let’s talk about the upcoming banners. In the first phase, it will feature Navia and Ayaka 5-Star weapons along with Navia’s iconic 5-Star weapon.
And in the second stage, you will pull Raiden Shogun or Yoimiya with Chevreuse.
So as you can see, the developers are doubling down on the whole Overloaded team concept. The line-up is very interesting, but it surprised me to see Albedo not return around Christmas time. Regardless, you can also expect Navia’s story missions to appear in this update as well.
I hope you’re ready for some new Artifacts, because we’re getting two new Artifacts in Patch 4.3 update. Unfortunately, the developers have yet to reveal official information about them. So, we can’t talk about that right now.
Now I don’t know how much you care about Serenitea Pot. Maybe it’s just a glorified place for you to pick up materials with Realm Currency. But in the 4.3 update, you will purchase this new Fontaine-style Realm Layout.
In fact, you can see a whole cool swimming sequence as you travel between islands. I mean, we can finally start building our empire under the sea!
It’s honestly a little insane how many quality-of-life changes Patch 4.3 update brings.
First, we finally have one-click exploration, no more constant clicking to farm the same materials! Now it’s all just a click away. Even better, this fresh change also applies to all forged items like Ores and Process Ingredients.
But the continuous clicking of one button does not end there. When using Artifact Strongbox, you can also add multiple Artifacts in batches with a single click.
In a future release, the developers also plan to add this one-click functionality to furniture when you claim it. So a lot of the tedious stuff we’re used to is finally gone in this new update.
Now, another big change is coming to Artifacts management.
From Artifacts inventory screen, you’ll be able to filter and quickly lock or unlock Artifacts based on the requirements you set.
For example, you can quickly lock down any Artifact that has both Critical Chance and Critical Damage sub-stats. You can then see that Artifacts filter screen in the character’s Artifacts menu changes as well.
But even crazier is that you can now see the most popular selection of Artifacts for that character based on other players’ preferences. You can view the best Artifacts for each character in the game.
Because now you can quickly level up your character with just one click, and it has added much the same functionality to Artifact levels. You can now add up to 15 Artifacts. This saves me a lot of time when I just want to see if it’s worth putting resources into an Artifact.
Nowadays, weapon upgrades are also liked by some people. Now you can add up to 40 materials to upgrade. And you no longer have to refine one by one, you can just dump all copies or materials once to get a quick R5 refinement.
And Artifacts farming is also accelerating. Now, when you claim your rewards, you don’t have to make the tedious run from the domain entrance, but directly generate the domain challenge.
Finally, there will be some minor quality of life changes to enemy navigation when using the manual. Enemies are now laid out in a grid rather than a scrolling list like we’re used to, and you can also untrack more easily. So I’m delighted with this small but crucial change.
Overall, Genshin Impact 4.3 update is about as good as it gets. It seems packed with a lot of content and I’m actually eager to see these fresh changes. Regardless, I hope you found this guide useful. Have a nice day!
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Since the release of Rocket League's mobile version: Rocket League Sideswipe last year, players have been anticipating the release of Rocket League 2. But unfortunately, as things stand, it might be a while before Rocket League 2 comes out publicly.
Lawler, a well-known esports critic in the Rocket League community, recently discussed in his video whether Rocket League 2 could be produced and released. In the video, he mentioned that during the lawsuit between Epic and Apple in 2020, Evidence submitted by Psyonix as a party contained information on a project called "Rocket League Next." This information is likely to be the prototype of Rocket League 2 plans.
Lawler intercepted some documents about Rocket League in the legal material, which said that Rocket League's sequel will support the operation of all platforms. This means that players can not only experience the game on PC and PlayStation 4, but also cross-platform play on PC, consoles, and mobile. Many fans have speculated that Rocket League 2 will be released soon， but the official information has not been declared.
In addition, Lawler predicts Rocket League 2 may be in the works, and Psyonix will use the latest Unreal Engine to edit the game system in the next Rocket League because the latest Unreal Engine will make it easier to implement custom game modes, And enhance the competitiveness of the sequel among peers.
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Guild Wars 2: End of Dragons has been out for over a month now, The expansion packs introduce new content, including new regions of the world to explore, masteries, and professions. Players have been very positive about the new content and the process of making it curious. And recently, Guild Wars 2 story design lead Connor Fallon revealed on his blog some of the behind-the-scenes creative process and design decisions of End of Dragons and how Aetherblades fits into The End of Dragons.
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Star Wars: Legacy of the Sith of the Old Republic 7.0 update promises an overhaul to the class system, allowing for more flexible combat characters and immersive gameplay. Set for release this month, players are eager to explore the new character system, which separates the story campaign from weapon proficiency to open up the game's previously limited combat system. Separating these options would make the system more flexible, previously limiting players to one proficiency per character.
So far, when crafting a new character, you can choose from four stories from the light or dark side of the Force. Each story further limits players to two fighting styles per class. However, not every role is available for every position. For example, players can't choose an Imperial Agent story and play as a tank or choose a Sith warrior class and specialize in a healer. Thankfully, the new Legacy of the Sith update promises to change that. Additionally, with the introduction of loadouts, players should also find reassigning their existing characters less frustrating.
With the new system, players are no longer limited to two combat options per story. Instead, there are two ways to fight. First, there's the "Tech" battle tree consisting of Vanguards, Commandos, Power Techs, Mercenaries, Villains, Gunslingers, Agents, and Snipers. For a Force-based origin story, character alignment will come into play. Before the update, a character's alignment, dark or light, had little effect on their abilities in the game, but that's changing.
Now, when choosing a force-based origin story, players will have four combat options that can be changed from their story. For Glossy Force users, possibilities include Guardian, Sentinel, Sage, or Shadow. Meanwhile, Dark Side players can choose from Juggernaut, Marauder, Wizard, or Assassin. The new career system is great news for cosplayers looking to make immersive characters.
GAMEMS believes that it is frustrating for PvP and PvE players to not be able to change the proficiency of their favorite characters on the fly. Some classes, such as Sith Raider and Imperial Sniper, even force players to create and upgrade or buy a second character to cover all their bases. However, the new combat style and the class system should address these issues and allow players to choose their preferred story and class. For gamers who dream of becoming a bounty hunter with a gun or a fallen Jedi, this update couldn't come soon enough. Also, going a step further, there will be an opportunity to gain a second combat proficiency, giving players full control and freedom to choose their combat roles. Of course, in the process of continuous upgrading, you can also buy more SWTOR Credits to help you get more bonuses and finally achieve the game goals.
EA announced the top 10 running backs of Madden 22, and Tennessee Titan superstar Derrick Henry is not a member of the 99 Club, or that he is not even the best running back in the game.
The best running back is Christian McCaffrey of the Carolina Panthers. His overall rating is 97 and Henry's OVR is 96, which is tied with Browns RB Nick Chubb. This caused dissatisfaction among fans, who thought the ratings were absurd.
According to EA rating adjusters, this is not a prejudice against Titans. There are only two special ratings that prevent Henry from earning the coveted spot in the 99 Club: Carrying and Trucking.
Interestingly, both seem to be quite high at 94 Carrying Rating and 90 Trucking Rating. To be honest, Henry does not fumble the ball a lot. He only conceded 3 times last season, on 378 carries.
In other ratings, Henry has 92 Speed, 89 Acceleration, 87 Strength, 86 Agility, and 98 Awareness. And his Stiff Arm Rating is 99, which is perfect, and he deserves this.
Maybe many people are also questioning Christian McCaffrey's 97 overall rating. McCaffrey was out due to injury for most of last year. But when he was healthy, he scored 225 rushing yards, 149 receiving yards, and 6 touchdowns in just three games. He is a dynamic playmaker, arguably the most all-around back in the league. So it's not shocking to see him atop the Madden 22 rankings.
In terms of ratings, McCaffrey has 92 Speed, 93 Acceleration, 72 Strength, 97 Agility and 94 Awareness. His ratings are not that different, but his carrying is 96. In terms of Catching, McCaffrey has a rating of 81, while Henry is at 62. Perhaps, this is the difference?
Top 10 RBs
1. Christian McCaffrey (Carolina Panthers) - 97 OVR
2. Derrick Henry (Tennessee Titans) - 96 OVR
3. Nick Chubb (Cleveland Browns) - 96 OVR
4. Dalvin Cook (Minnesota Vikings) - 95 OVR
5. Alvin Kamara (New Orleans Saints) - 94 OVR
6. Aaron Jones (Green Bay Packers) - 91 OVR
7. Saquon Barkley (New York Giants) - 90 OVR
8. Josh Jacobs (Las Vegas Raiders) - 88 OVR
9. Ezekiel Elliott (Dallas Cowboys) - 88 OVR
10. Joe Mixon (Cincinnati Bengals) - 88 OVR
With the exception of McCaffrey and Henry's ratings being questioned, the ratings of other backs seem reasonable. It is also in line with everyone's guess.
GAMEMS will update more player ratings later, so you can pay more attention to pick the right players at the beginning of Madden 22.
In addition, a good player card will of course cost you more MUT 22 Coins, but it must be worth it. Once you have 99 club members, you will feel like a king, so if you want to have a good game experience, buy MUT 22 Coins is helpful to you, allowing you to build a strong team.
According to reports, NBA 2K22 will add some famous hip-hop stars to MyCareer. So for NBA 2K22 gamers, they not only have the opportunity to dominate the court but also on the microphone. 2K Games are preparing their latest version of the virtual basketball series to produce content outside the box.
This will be their first game specially made for the next-generation consoles PS5 and Xbox Series S/X. Some gamers in the game community have high expectations for developers. But NBA 2K will continue to expand in many ways, one of which is the popular MyCareer game mode.
This comes from a game mode released in the previous game, which was very popular and eventually became the focus of fans' discussions.
According to related news reports, the famous rapper will be one of the new flagship additions to the NBA 2K22 series after The City’s debut in the 2K21. In this game mode, you can unleash your creativity, engage in new side activities outside the stadium, and becoming a hip-hop idol or a fashion designer is great.
As gamers expect, 2K is emphasizing story mode will be closely linked to all of these, allowing fans to immerse themselves in the NBA world and what it's like to be a superstar on and off the court.
Whether rappers like Drake, J. Cole, 2 Chainz, or Wale will appear in the game is still unknown. But based on the previous situation, creative content in the game will please fans.
In any case, if the news is reliable, then NBA 2K22 seems to attract more gamers, because the new content is always attractive. Next, more NBA 2K22 news will be announced, and GAMEMS will also always pay attention to that.
In addition, GAMEMS has also made various preparations. When it comes to NBA 2K22, in addition to the new content that attracts attention, NBA 2K22 MT is also the focus of gamers’ discussions. So once NBA 2K22 is released, you can come to GAMEMS to buy NBA 2K22 MT.
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