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 Ring of Elysium Cheats

Ring of Elysium

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Basic Tips and Tricks:
Written by Teh_Diplomat

* You can switch directions on the zipline simply by pressing backwards (S) while 
  riding; useful if you end up taking the wrong zipline, or realize your about to 
  drop into a big firefight.

* You can jump off the zipline as soon as your character lifts their legs up; they 
  perform an animation to indicate when you are able to jump off. This can mean getting 
  back to your gun slightly quicker than running the zipline until the end of the line.

* If you swap a similar type weapon (SMG for another SMG, AR for an AR, etc) it will 
automatically attach the available attachments you had on your previously equipped weapon.

* If you selected the Hangglider kit, you carry the least amount of weight as compared 
  to the Snowboard (additional 50 lbs), and the Grapple/Zipline (+100, or 50lbs more than 
  Snowboard) However you can drop your pistol (and ammo) if you need the additional free 
  weight to carry more ammunition. 

* Typically I find two weapons suffices for the hang glider: AR + Sniper, SMG + AR, SMG + 
  Sniper, and it allows me to carry more useful ammunition. 

* With the Snowboard & Grapple kits, I've never really found any limit that hindered my 
  gameplay with regards to ammunition. Also, Bodyarmour allows you to carry an additional 
  50lbs, so it's really useful to find a vest as soon as possible.

* Also equipped weapons don't appear to add to your overall weight, so keeping similar 
  calibre weapons can be an ideal setup: For example the Remington .700 uses 5.56mm, so 
  sticking with an LVOAC/M4/M16 means more ammo!

* I find footstep noise to be key to winning close range firefights; keeping that in mind 
  you can Sprint/Run/Walk both standing and whilst crouching. Meaning you can move a little 
  faster while crouched, or conversely; move even more quietly if you're in the same house 
  for example.

* This may or may not seem obvious, but you don't need to hold down E or 'Use' when 
  completing an action - I thought you had to, but pressing it again will actually cancel 
  the action.

* You can move (albeit slowly) while healing. So, if you're near a corner, you can start 
  the healing process a little sooner knowing that you can still get behind that cover/corner.

* You can select any spawn point during the initial countdown; this can be useful for 
  blocking a hot spot, and then clicking somwhere else during the final second.

* Take note of where people are spawning, as if you spawn in a very secluded corner of 
  the map, you may be forcing yourself to move quite a distance when the first zone appears.

* It also helps to know where, and how many people are around you.

* The Hangider isn't effected by trees, so don't worry about constantly correcting your 
  flight path to avoid them.

* The game does have bullet drop, so get familiar with the snipers rifles, and the scopes 
  to know the distance involved.

* If you press Q at a target it puts a marker there and indicates the distance. This is 
  very useful when playing Duos/Squads to let your teammate(s) know where the enemy is, or 
  where to meet up, or get to. 

* You can also use it in Solo matches to know how far away a distant enemy is, and whether 
  or not it's worth it to attempt to shoot them.

* Silenced weapons are extremely quiet - to the point where you can be within 30 ft of your 
  opponent and they may not immediately know exactly where they are being targeted from. Use 
  this to your advantage as you can fire off a quick burst, get behind cover, and if they lack 
  cover (use at your own discretion) know that the enemy only has a vague idea - behind, left, 
  etc.; of where you're hitting them from.

* Different grips have different effects on recoil. Some reduce Vertical recoil (the pull up) 
  and some reduce the Horizontal (the pull away). So far I've found that weapons like the Groz 
  and Famas seem to fair better with reduced Vertical recoil, while the LVOAC, M16 seem to 
  do better with reduced horizontal recoil.

* Please note that this is purely anecdotal speculation on my part - I need to do further 

* Auto-Run by Default is =, consider using it if you have to "hoof it" for quite a distance. 
  Consider re-mapping it if you use it alot.

* Smoke grenades aren't just for obstructing vision; they emit a 'hissing' noise while 
  active, and this can mask your footsteps if you know an enemy is nearby, and need that 
  added stealth. 

* Example: you received fire from inside a house, and want to clear them out, normally 
  your footsteps would give you away, but the noise appears to mask your footsteps. 
  Use with caution, and this goes both ways.

* If you're in a vehicle with multiple seats, you can switch seats, not only to fire out, 
  but you can heal as well!

* Attachments that are equipped don't appear to add to your overall weight, as compared 
  to attachments you carry. From what I've noticed, once equipped to weapon the indicated 
  weight is subtracted from my current carry weight.

* Use this to your advantage when you find a high power scope (8x for example) but don't 
  yet have a sniper rifle, and equip it as your secondary on another weapon. 
  When/if you do find a sniper rifle, throw it on!

* You can use Sprint to climb ladders faster, and also to slide down them.

* SMG's and pistols allow signifcantly faster movement while ADS'ing than do assault 
  rifles or sniper rifles. Useful if you are trying to peak a corner and quickly get back 
  into cover or just make yourself a harder target.

* In addition to being able to use SMG while on a glider, you can also use them while 
  driving snowmobiles. So can the passenger. So you can have the driver of the snowmobile 
  and the passenger both weidling SMG for deadly drive-by potential.

* Cars do not always smoke prior to blowing up. So do not rely on that as an indicator. 
  If your vehicle is getting shot at a lot, abandon it.

* If you get out of a moving vehicle you will take damage, the faster it was moving the 
  more damage you'll receive. However, sometimes this is better than remaining in a vehicle 
  that may simply explode.

* Hold CTRL and drag ammo/items to the center of the screen in order to drop an indicated 
  number as it's not well-explained how to do this in-game. You can also type in the amount 
  you wish to drop.

* You can deploy the hangglider by tapping spacebar again (no need for F).

* Snowboard goes slow as hell on paved roads. You need snow to pick up speed.

* On a flat plane, you go faster pedaling the snowboard (pushing your foot against the 
  ground) than you do sprinting. Tested in squads. So if you have the board, it's generally 
  better to use the board to cross open areas, unless the terrain is going uphill, in which 
  case going on foot is better.

* The mini-map tells you where the zipline points are (squares for the hubs and solid 
  lines for the ziplines themselves).

* The mini-map tells you where climbable walls are (indicated by a red pickaxe icon).

* The vector is a deadly CQC weapon. Insane fire rate, minimal recoil. Great weapon for 
  city fighting - despite its low mag count; thus the extended clip is usually required, 
  as 13 bullets will disappear in no time

* The 7, 8, and 9 keys on the keyboard use your medits, first aids, and bandages. I would 
  consider mapping these to side mouse buttons for easy access.

* By default, voice chat is set to squad only. If you want to proxy chat enemies, set 
  it to "All"

* The Snowboard appears to increase the height at which you take fall damage.

* Smoke grenades to do not rise high enough vertically to completely obfuscate the 
  helicopter ladder. So don't rely on smoking out the ladder for your safe ascent.

* If you are in a ski lift (or vehicle with multiple seat), use CTRL+1,2,3,4 to shift 
  seats. If you ADS, you can get a pretty good view of where you are going and potential 
  enemies. You can also heal while in a passenger seat.

Also, when you're in a vehicles passenger seat the vehicle does not run (however if you 
just swtiched seats, the vehicles engine still makes noise for about 5 secs) so you can 
essentially hide in a vehicle as the enemy make think its a free vehicle.
Note: The ski lifts do not have map markers indicating where they are going, so you have 
to visually estimate.

Basic Beginner's Guide:
Written by Romansky Fingerfuk

This is a brief guide to help you play better and sharpen your skills!

-=Weapon Go To!=-
The basic idea is to designate your role on the team!

* Run And Gun: Usually adept at clearing small areas within city encounters. 
  (Mostly dual Vector with shotgun).
* Sniper: Good at quick distance shots and some rapid single fire medium ranges. 
  (Mosin or better).
* Mule: Carries a large number of meds that he can distribute to the team, usually 
  stays in the middle of the group to revive team. (Grosa pref).
* Hybrid: Usually carries a silenced weapon and a single fire weapon. (MPX and DMR).

-=These guns are my pref...=-
SR ->DMR - > AR - > SMG

I try to carry a mosin or better for distance, a DMR or AR with single shot (4x 
scope or better), and an MPX (because its silent). And the best bet is that if 
there are a lot (2 or more teams) fighting it out in an area, just sneak in close 
to get an eye on the fight. If you're not included in the fight then you're not a 
target! At any point you can decide to engage and either take kills with a sweet 
pot-shot or sweep us the mess and take the loot for yourself! I've also many times 
decided that I wanted to avoid any inclusion and went after it was all over, 
sometimes my gear just isn't good!

-=In The Fight!=-
Remember to stop and heal! If they manage to deal more damage than you have health, 
you're dead!

Try to only engage a group or person when you either have better cover than they do, 
or they're not expecting you. I've snuk in on people looting many times!

If you have cover from enemy fire, heal up! I heal if I'm <91%HP, its easier to prone 
and heal than to start a new game.

Never rush unless you've delt massive damage to them already. I still die from 
attempting to creep around a wall to have someone lean out and waste me!

Remeber to change positions as often as possible... Get a kill and if there are other 
people in the area, move to new location, even if its just outside to look in a window!

Stop bobbing back and forth while looting!! It will not save your life. If you're 
that worried about getting shot while looting, use it as baitor don't loot it!!

While looting use this Tier.

Weapons, Heals, Ammo.

I always loot for the best guns. Most people carry a ton of ammo and almost no heals, 
that's wrong! Drop ammo down to 100-150 shots/weapon for heals and drop bandages for 
kits!! You can kill someone or loot up from town to town to replenish missing ammo!

-=Final Tip List=-
Always use Climber pack!

Everything else doesn't have the capacity or the speed of a vehicle...

Plan with the team!

Use the "M" button and make a route with use of location points!

Stop, listen, and react!

If you hear footsteps, get to cover and decide what to do!

Getting shot at?

Dodge, Dip, Duck, Dive, and Dodge into cover! Once there it will be easier to asses 
enemy location and send them a counter offer!

Take out a lean!

So you're in cover! Remember that while the lean machanic sucks in this, it does 
save lives! Shows only 1/3 to 1/2 of your body and is faster than sidestepping while 
aiming down scope. Remember to chance stance to force the enemy to retrain their scope on you!

Use vehicles, gondolas, and ziplines!

Its faster than walking!

Someone driving past you?!

I always shoot at vehicles, the groza is best for this in small bursts or auto based on 
target range!

How to change third person to first person when you are in game?

All you have to do is press the Ctrl + H keys when you are spawn on map, and you will change it.

Free Skins Code:
Please note: This button will only exist for 2 hours after the character creation.


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