The Chimera continue to invade Earth! Our Resistance 3 Walkthrough Primer gets you started for on-line multiplayer with info about weapons, berserk abilities, and matches.
Kill streaks in the game are based around your current race. This can lead to interesting dynamics during team based modes.
Humans that gain three kills in a row will gain a powerful frontal shield. This will reduce or outright nullify damage taken from the front, including attempted headshots. However the shield does not cover your backside, leaving you open to rear attacks. Like other shields, this Berserk is great for holding positions or advancing during Chain Reaction.
Chimeras that gain three kills in a row can cloak themselves. This will keep you invisible to enemy players, however you will be revealed when shooting and still be spotted via Thermal Vision. During this time enemy forces can also spot you, nearly canceling out your cloak. Despite this, the Cloak should give you enough advantage to score one or two stealth kills.
After gaining six kills in a row both Humans and Chimera can gain the Auger rifle. This gun can spot enemies and fire through walls. The bullets are a tad slow and noticeable against frontal attacks, but can be devastating when the enemy is distracted by the rest of your team. With this gun equipped you can easily camp out in a far corner and pick off enemies ones by one.
Humans that gain nine kills in a row are awarded hefty power armor. This greatly increases your health and gives you a powerful grenade launcher. This Berserk has a huge potential for obliterating groups of foes and can swiftly capture objectives. Keep in mind that using this Berserk will most likely turn you into the priority target, but the increased defenses should be enough to survive most reprisals.
This is the Berserk for Chimera that achieve nine kills in a row. Similar to Combat Armor, you will be transformed into a Ravager with boosted to health and damage. The same strategies apply for the Chimeran version, so reserve the Berserk for taking objectives or slamming down large groups.
I think my game is glitched cuz when I try to shoot the boss in the back ( the glowing shiny part) nothing happens. I mustve shot him a 100 times. I managed to shoot the eyes but can't shoot the back of it which is th second and last part of destroying the monster :S
@Yarvem Found a couple of typos on the Combat Attributes page: you have "verity" instead of "variety". Just FYI
One reason to go to IGN is because they make a (screen-shot/text)-walkthrough for almost all top-tier games, just sayin! I've been coming to GS and or IGN sense befor most of you guy's were even born. Too-funny indeed!
@Yarvem OK that makes sense. I almost always have an internet connection so it's alright but I kinda liked the convenience of having those PDFs in case I was travelling. Good luck updating all those old ones ;)
@Konuvis We are including more videos in guides now. Those typically can't be included in a PDF. Also, there is an emphasis to go back and update the guides when possible, so a PDF could easily go out of date.
The first version of the Primer is up. Be mindful it's a bit barren, but I'll be updating it within the next few days.