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Question Why isn't level advantage removed entirely?

Discussion in 'Mine Theft Auto' started by 31_30_31, May 27, 2017.

Question - Why isn't level advantage removed entirely? | Page 2
  1. Saber527 Platinum

    The map is huge already with tons of space to explore. Plus, quite recently there already was a map update (and a damn amazing one, too)... is it already the time to start complaining about the map being boring after it basically TRIPLED in size after the 1.9 update to Shotbow?
    LegendaryAlex and Ktrompfl like this.

  2. LegitNube Platinum

    , , , No...? The map isn't why people play MTA, LoicPT, , ,
  3. LegitNube Platinum

    Omg, you've said that so many times... I think they've got your point
  4. akitaboy2 Regular Member

    let's update the map for our ~20 playerbase because we sure like bigger maps that have no meaning to them

    also my game cant handle the amount of entities of vehicles and stuff around your huge map. i'm getting 1-5 fps
  5. LegitNube Platinum

    Cars and NPC's are only spawned in chunks that are loaded, and in that screenshot, your render distance looks AWFULLY high, you should probably turn it down.
  6. de3tr0yer Regular Member

    Its already boring
  7. Aexon Regular Member

    Reduce render distance and change other graphics settings.
    LegendaryAlex likes this.
  8. 00110101 Regular Member


    MTA is getting a bit more repetitive

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