You know, sometimes when you liberate a hard base, and you only got a useless vehicle that you didn't need? Have a disscussion about which bases are not worth the combat for their unlocks. What bases should be liberated first?
In fact, the Bavarium wingsuit and parachute and grappler completely change how travel works. This isn't GTA where you have to rely on good vehicles. In Just Cause, the vehicles are a nice novelty to have and occasionally to try out, but most of the real work is always done with Fast Travel, Parachute, Grappler and Wingsuit.
I only use vehicles for map exploration when I purposely don't fight anything to get Heat. Then I just pick something like a '69 Stria Sussurro, or News Chopper, or some outdated sports car, depending on the mood.
Well I just systematically took over most the map, one settlement at a time. (I obviously stopped for missions at times, because it wouldn't make sense anymore if the map belonged to the rebels while according to the missions it was still mostly government owned.) Then later I just did the missions until they ran out and completed the rest of the areas that I had missed before.
I don't know... I'm liberating bases because of their unlocks first, and I leave the easier bases for later that only give let's say that buggy thing. I was playing with a friend and he died 4 times and when he finally liberated the base, we unlocked the buggy. He was mad. It took about an hour because we were so bad.
Wow you must be really bad. I mean the black hand aren,t even that much of a problem. Except the ghost and titan units but the grenade upgrades, shooting the titan in the head from far away or close up like i do if you're that bad ass, and the grappler do the trick. the aegis troops are easy but trouble in groups. this game can be hard at sometimes but mostly it's easy.
Uhh... it's not so much about the RAM as it is about the video memory. This, like most modern games, would probably benefit from having like 4 GB of it. I have 24 GB RAM, but only 2 GB video memory, so my game does run just fine when the settings are optimized, but then look at my screenshots (User:GMRE/Picture archive).