This might not even been worked out by development, but I was wondering how taming will effect PvP.
Besides open world PvP, where I expect tamed animals to be availalble, I was wondering if you can have them with you during city raids and/or in arena-like PvP (if that’s even becomming a thing in Fractured, not sure)
Can they travel with you to other planets, or will it be too stressfull for them
On a PvE aspect, will they be able to go with you into a (instanced) dungeon ? Making a hunter like character should have a pet IMHO.
- I personally hope, they can stay with you all the time, as that will make it possible to build around that basic source of damage.
- Will a tamed beast keep his original stats and “spells” or will they become equalised and for example every spider get a predetermined spell set, so the difference will only be visual.
- I really like the idea of harder to tame pets with better stats/spells, however that might effect balance in PvP too much, also depending on other limitations that come with having tamed pets with you (to prevent that a build with pets become a meta)
- And as I understand the maximum amount of pets is determined by the Charisma you have. Will this mean a max of (for example) 3-5 pets (Diablo 2 Druid) or 20+ like in a Diablo 2 Summoner.
- To many pets per character, especially in raids and dungeons might become an issue (lag and/or limitations on graphic cards)) So I will set for a max of 3 pets
If this information is not available yet, What are your thoughts/expectations on this ?
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