I have a question about starting a new game on ranger hardcore for those of you who have beaten it. Does doing that erase your entire game progress and wipe the whole thing clean? As in if I decide to call it quits and play on an easier difficulty in a later level, all my chapter select will be erased?
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Not sure what system you are on but on the 360 you hold your weapon select button, Y by default, and then press left on the D pad to select grenades. To throw them tap the right shoulder button. Up on the D pad selects throwing knives. Down selects Claymore mines, and Right selects Incendiary grenades. Make sure you are holding the weapon select button because otherwise the D pad has other functions. Some of this can change slightly depending on the controller config you select in the options menu. If you look in the manual that came with the game it shows everything clearly there. The manual is very helpful for ranger mode.
Default key for inventory on PC is Tab, sucks if Ranger Mode can't access that. How would you even know how to budget your mil spec ammo for purcahses if you have no clue how many you have?
Can anyone confirm that you can't even see your inventory in Ranger Mode? I'm skeptical about that.
Hey worm your wrong, I all ready played the whole game on ranger hardcore and you can't pull up any inventory, Simple. http://www.reddit.com/r/truegaming/comments/1equei/in_metro_last_light_ranger_mode_there_is_no_way/ heres another board where its discused. Maybe your not playing on Ranger harcore I dont know why you can see it no one else can.
It's looking like this is a mix of everything that has been said. The link to th echat just posted above echoes what was said about being able to see ammo with TAB, but only when at shops. I also found the comments about gun model design correct as I recall. Most weapons show the amount of loaded ammo on the weaopn itslef if you look closely. It only shows clip vs reserve ammo of course, but it can help you plan reloads.
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