So. Over the last few hours I’ve sat and thought about how Epic could possibly fix the current taxi issues we have in Canny Valley and Twine Peaks. And still have it accessable for those who could do higher PL zones than what their base PL is
However, since im not in twine yet, i cannot fully speak for them, as i do not know how bad it is in that region, that being said…
Restrictions should be done by PL and Story progression for regional access.
Make the rocket launch missions a compulsory requirement to travel to any region regardless of if you are in a party
If you’ve not done “Van or Astrovan” you cannot access Plankerton.
If you’ve not done “Plank Off!” You cannot access Canny Valley.
If you’ve not done “Blasting Off” you cannot access Twine Peaks.
Mission sectors would then be held behind PL unlocks. (Will only show if youre <10 pl below the mission.)
If you invite someone who isnt in the region or within the 10PL zone limit for the mission youre trying to start they are removed from the lobby and returned to mission select.
Player1: PL46 (party leader) Player2: PL 20
When player 1 loads a mission in CV that is requires PL 56 it will let him join, but return player 2 to the lobby with a error message: “You have not progressed into this region, continue progressing the story to access this region”
Edit: these changes would be done to Public matches, those who play with friends who are lower can do so in private games but would be locked into private lobbies (and will be unable to switch to public without the game removing the lower player)
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