The smoke still drifts from the hot barrel of that recently fired gun, LOL. Yes, I have both Display Port and USB C on this laptop.Trigger finger itching on that Rift S deal? Do you have display port or usb-c on your laptop? I never saw you answer in the other thread... As for NMS I intend to try it soon(ish).
The common thread between both games is they are “multiplayer “ in name only. In practice, they are multiplayer hostile; trying to group up will actively mess up your experience. NMS could at least be Minecraft-adjacent with shared bases, though.I'd say is as much "multiplayer optional" as Elite. In the end it's a lone wolf against the world.
Didn't say it was broken, just that I enjoyed it more back then.What did HG do to "break" the game for you? All I see is massive improvement.
I have had NMS from day #1 and until this last release I hadn't really connected with it, although I suspect that this was in part due to my space exploration itch being more than ably satisfied by Elite. However, with Beyond, I've become fully engaged and have already played 200+ hours and not yet completed the story-line, whilst co-incidentaly I've got ever more bored with ED.Didn't say it was broken, just that I enjoyed it more back then...
Yeah - often the best way to solve a broken mission is to completely ignore it, and go and do something else instead.
Anyone know of a reliable fix for the "recruit potential scientist" mission not spawning an NPC marker for a Korvax ?.
I've tried tearing down and rebuilding the science station, making sure its in a room and all the different missions in the log. The stations marked but the icon just stays at the station entrance.
Edit : having binned it as knackered I wandered off to do my own thing and met him in a random system a few jumps away from the mission marker.