Sometimes, you have to stab someone, even if they can't see you. Maybe they cut traffic. Maybe take your place in the parking lot. Maybe they did the third thing that included the car. Or, as is the case 99% of the time, maybe it was chasing you into a rock.
Kratos has been on the other side of the secret middle finger for the rest of 2018 the god of war, and even the players weren't very smart. Game and hack organizer Lance McDonald recently discovered, using his own camera technique, that when Kratos knocked out Baldur, the game's main antagonist, he stepped out of the rock after their first battle at the start of the game, dropping two fingers in the middle wonderfully
In the normal version of the incident, the camera does not track Baldur down to a rocky outcrop, but McDonald uses his camera to chase Baldur's lifeless body and find that it is powerfully high on the bird in Kratos near the end of his flight. plumbet.
In the email at Kotaku, McDonald explained how his camera works.
"The camera uses the remainder of the problem-solving code in a game I've changed a lot, and then adds a new code (to) the game's pause screen, allowing me to control the game's timer on / off," he said. "My modified code allows me to turn on my conversion and turn off my pressing certain buttons on the break screen."
His hacking, as he just got up and went into effect this week, would have worked last year had it not been for the "debugging code that sets the standard buttons used to navigate machine screens, which are very embarrassing for gameplay."
In the end, however, it was worth it, as long as Baldur's middle fingers could be found rising the sky in all its glorious glory. Norse and Greek gods: They really are just like us!
Kotaku Tony was reached for further information about the two birds flying high as they landed on the ground, but the company is yet to respond to this publication. Anyway, one the god of war The developer has approved the acquisition of McDonald: Game director Cory Barlog.
"Cory Barlog wrote about emoji heart for me," McDonald said.