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I found this article, one of the few that had a less positive opinion after playing, and one of the points within concerned me:
Apparently quests are instanced per-player based on dialogue choices or which NPCs involved are alive or dead (which, I assume then, is also instanced per-player). Perhaps if we had coordinated on every possible choice presented to us, we could have experienced the same quest, but we were each offered NPCs and dialogue options, so we both took our own paths – not realizing it would cause such a split. At one point, my partner was having a conversation with an NPC ghost I couldn’t even see, and had entirely different objectives I couldn’t help with. At that point it seemed silly to even be grouped up in the first place. This could also have all stemmed from some key information being left out to us by the demo givers, but if splitting off into completely different questlines is this easy to do by accident, it would have been nice to know.
I'm curious what some of your thoughts are on the above paragraph.
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