Author Topic: Why are some of these guns so easy to craft?  (Read 3038 times)

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Why are some of these guns so easy to craft?
« on: May 03, 2016, 12:19:09 PM »

it's 9,999 to buy a gun in the shop, and then it's like 2 pieces of metal, and a piece of wood to craft it.  It cost more than that just to unlock a blueprint/relic.
These guns should be at least 10 pieces of metal/alloys, etc.
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Re: Why are some of these guns so easy to craft?
« Reply #1 on: May 03, 2016, 12:34:09 PM »

it's 9,999 to buy a gun in the shop, and then it's like 2 pieces of metal, and a piece of wood to craft it.  It cost more than that just to unlock a blueprint/relic.
These guns should be at least 10 pieces of metal/alloys, etc.

Even more, low tier guns have same ammount of materials to craft as their older high tier brothers :D

Same with armors.
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Re: Why are some of these guns so easy to craft?
« Reply #2 on: May 03, 2016, 12:54:32 PM »

I'm pretty sure crafting isn't something devs didn't really look into.

Either way, easier to get weapons is better. Also you have scavenge most materials and you do risk dying when you do, unlike other servers where you can do it safely with mines n shit.
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Re: Why are some of these guns so easy to craft?
« Reply #3 on: May 03, 2016, 01:25:02 PM »

Anything below the current Tier ( 9 atm ) is reduced in price because it supposed to be less effective and mass produced / used.

It caps out at a 50% reduction.

And following manufacturing trends, it takes less materials to produce the same things now than it does a decade ago because of manufacturing efficiency and technological breakthrough. Lorewise, you would require more material to build something you're unfamiliar with because you wouldn't have learned the most optimum process to make it. Prototypes cost more money per unit than mass produced products!
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