Announcement

Collapse
No announcement yet.

Should I keep doing this with my skill points?

Collapse
X
  • Filter
  • Time
  • Show
Clear All
new posts

  • Should I keep doing this with my skill points?

    I don't know if anybody will help me, but if anyone could...
    I'd like to know if I am right by banking my skill points for when I need a certain skill, or if by doing that I am missing out on extra skill points (or levelling up faster) that could come with a new action?
    Those are the skills I already have:
    Survival Starter Kit; Backpacker; Boosters; Haggle; Crafting Expertise
    Dodge; Health Regen; Vault
    Stun; Kick stun
    If you feel like it you're welcome to suggest what else should I get that I don't already have


  • #2
    Hello Raafael! Okay, so for this question, it really comes down to what your play style is, for example of you like melee, then obviously, you would predominantly go for Power-based builds, if you put enough time into the game, you will most likely unlock every single perk anyway. However if you just want a second opinion, then I'd suggest holding onto your points until a you have enough in that skill tree to get the skill you want, or when you just want to unlock a new skill. There really is no point to unlocking a skill just for the purpose of unlocking a skill. When I was first playing Dying Light, I spent all my points as I went (I don't recommend this), and by the time I wanted to unlock a perk I actually would use, I didn't have any. However this isn't to say you should only go for specific skills, if you're feeling bored with what you're doing now, then by all means go out and snag some new skills! The game becomes a hell of a lot funner when you change up your play style a bit! I hope this helps, have fun with Dying Light, it truly is a fun game, if you put the time into this game, you certainly wont regret it! Good night, and good luck! Oh, also, I really enjoy the agility skills, you become a parkour legend, and the game takes a new level when you max out the skill tree, the max perk allows you to not run out of agility at all! When you get this perk, running around becomes very fun. Just as a second addition, if you don't have the grapple hook, get one! They're perhaps the funnest things you can use (in my opinion). Anyway, I hope this helped. Good night, and good luck.

    Comment


    • #3
      Originally posted by EconomicClub View Post
      Hello Raafael! Okay, so for this question, it really comes down to what your play style is, for example of you like melee, then obviously, you would predominantly go for Power-based builds, if you put enough time into the game, you will most likely unlock every single perk anyway. However if you just want a second opinion, then I'd suggest holding onto your points until a you have enough in that skill tree to get the skill you want, or when you just want to unlock a new skill. There really is no point to unlocking a skill just for the purpose of unlocking a skill. When I was first playing Dying Light, I spent all my points as I went (I don't recommend this), and by the time I wanted to unlock a perk I actually would use, I didn't have any. However this isn't to say you should only go for specific skills, if you're feeling bored with what you're doing now, then by all means go out and snag some new skills! The game becomes a hell of a lot funner when you change up your play style a bit! I hope this helps, have fun with Dying Light, it truly is a fun game, if you put the time into this game, you certainly wont regret it! Good night, and good luck! Oh, also, I really enjoy the agility skills, you become a parkour legend, and the game takes a new level when you max out the skill tree, the max perk allows you to not run out of agility at all! When you get this perk, running around becomes very fun. Just as a second addition, if you don't have the grapple hook, get one! They're perhaps the funnest things you can use (in my opinion). Anyway, I hope this helped. Good night, and good luck.

      EconomicClub, I have no idea how to reply on this forum but I hope you get this reply: in my whole life using forums and asking questions online I never got a reply as thoughtful, kind and well written as yours. Your answer is the best answer I got online in my whole life, no kidding, my mind is blown away. Thank you so much!!!!

      Comment


      • #4
        Originally posted by raafael23 View Post


        EconomicClub, I have no idea how to reply on this forum but I hope you get this reply: in my whole life using forums and asking questions online I never got a reply as thoughtful, kind and well written as yours. Your answer is the best answer I got online in my whole life, no kidding, my mind is blown away. Thank you so much!!!!
        No problem Raafael! Dying Light is a very fun game, and it's even funner if you know what you're doing, so by all means, keep asking questions, and I'll answer them!

        Comment

        Working...
        X