Are there unique bosses and unique loot?
I was just thinking maybe named zombies stronger than others maybe. It wont affect whether i purchse the game i was just curious I wish friday would hurry the fuck up, goddamn the UK getting everything late
I'm about 10 hours in. The "Thugs" are massive, horrifying zombies that are more than boss-like. No named bosses thus far, but I don't think it would fit with the world. The game feels a lot more like Bioshock to me than Fallout or Borderlands. It's grim, it feels real, but yes, there's an RPG on top of everything. Enemies are split into enemy types--not unlike "Big Daddies," "Houdini Splicers," etc., but none of them have the name 'Lawrence the Thug.' It would sort of kill the sense of threat.
As far as named loot, everything's named in a very Borderlandsy-way. Items are split into types (i.e. baseball bat), but modifiers are attached to their name to justify their rarity/level range (i.e. delicate baseball bat). There are item containers that look like chests, you can spec into lock-picking, and you're generally rewarded for exploring with pretty excellent loot.
I'll gladly answer any other questions if you've got 'em.
@project343 Thanks for the helpful reply, loot sounds awesome especially in a zombie game. How are the skill trees with regards to how useful are the trees you can spec into? And also how is co op? Does the number of enemies and strength ramp up? Thanks
I've only played the game on coop (2-4 depending on who's online) and it seems that the zombies scale to the level of the host, but I don't think the amount of zombies change. The skill trees look different enough and they spec toward the weapon/character you would most like to use.
There is unique named loot, and any weapon can become especially unique after you mod them. I've found one legendary item (orange text) called Gabriel's Hammer that I got from doing all the quests from Sister Helen at the church in the city of Moresby. I also received an epic weapon mod called "Old Smoky" that electrocutes zombies quite often and it drastically changed the appearance of the machete I applied it to. I got this mod by finishing a side quest called "Spy Game" from a survivor in the city of Moresby.
In the final chapter of the game, most of the quest rewards are epic (purple text). I like how you can apply mods to any of these rare items and they still retain their original naming, for example my Gabriel's Hammer is now called a "Magic Wand Gabriel's Hammer" because of the mod I applied to it.
If anyone finds the Pick of Destiny or a blade called "Assassin's Greed" I'd really like to know where you found them!
While others have indicated unique loot, I can confirm unique zombies, though they where not a boss.
Killing it didn't seem to do anything unique that I can tell.
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