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Jul 13, 14 at 9:06am
I did my first playthrough on 'I Am Death Incarnate' and found it quite easy, to be honest. Most of the enemies had REALLY poor aim, I found out. Only spots I died alot were on the Gibraltar Bridge, when I was in the helicopter trying to mow down the enemies on the bridge, and on the Return to London Nautica, after you swing into that room.
Then I did a collectible run on 'Can I Play, Daddy?'. It was so easy I could've played it with my eyes tied to my back. It was a cakewalk, that I got through in a few hours.
I'm thinking that I'll get the last 4 perks, before doing my Über run on the 999 mode, as the special modes don't add to the perk progress.
In any case, I think it's great to have a variety of difficulty levels.
Edit: Well, I'm on chapter 12 now, on my Über run and I'm finding it really easy. Of course, it helps to have guns upgraded and all the perks and health/armor upgrades unlocked, but mostly it's knowing where the enemies are, and how many of them there are.
May 25, 14 at 11:41am
A cool thing I read up on about Wolfenstein: The New Order is that you can also select from quite a few difficulty levels. I've heard that anything close to Uber is quite the ride for frustration, and sticking to the mid-level difficulties is the key to keeping your sanity.
What does someone who's been around the block in playing the different difficulties think about the ranging levels?
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