Aaah yes! Sorry
I tried with the minimum option (50), and its the same, enemies disappear after 250 meters…
Aaah yes! Sorry
We still have one platinum trophy to go.
Merged all threads covering the issue.
@Ombretour, please do not bump threads.
I had 3 random players join my game, no communication with them and all i did was continuously hack the firebird from 200- 250, with binoculars skill so you can see the distance. The firebird would disappear to shoot any available enemies. Having other players within your game will have enemies rendering in their positions. I had the binoculars equipped and no shooting when the trophy popped
Did not work. Escaped combat every time I reach 300 yards
Active specialization Hacker
Binoculars equipped as the weapon, do not engage or fire at any enemies. If you have a firebird rival on your map , track it and make your way to the location, stay undetected (if no rival firebird on your map, find a firebird ). Find a decent location to just view and hack the firebird from around 200 to 250metres away from it. After hacking, it should then move away and out of rendering view to attack other enemies. Continue doing this until hopefully the firebird will kill enemies 300+metres from your location. I did create a short video clip but the site will not allow me to upload
They will address this with one of the next updates. Carni said that during one of the last streams.
No, but every single change at a game/software (Update) may cause bugs… The most famous example is Windows…
world we’re the ground is glass-windows and stepping on them could cause cracks
bugs are not heavy enough to crack windows when walking on them
Awesome still waiting, none of the hacking methods worked.
Read the Patch notes.
Nothing was mentioned about fixing this.
So, like I said, they will fix it in one of the next updates.
I’m on PS5 but had it drop under confusing circumstances. I had placed a whole bunch of canisters ahead of a Hunter, then a friend shot them, killed the Hunter and the trophy dropped. We we’re both within 50 metres of the whole event.
The method I described previously still works fine. I now have a 1.37 mile kill shot to prove it.