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  • #38645

    keith with the teef
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    @thinktank

    playing Assassins Odyssey. Been at it 80 hours only half way through.

    I think info as how I play is also being sent as well as game saves when I leave the game.

    Bots have a Tendency to adopt my game play stratergies. All seems rather taylord.

    Maybe its just me.

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  • #38669

    The Duke
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    @sgb101
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    I recall seeing a number of games over the last few years stating thier bots use AI to learn form your game play. It surly makes the game more challenging.

    Given games these days rely on the gfx card mostly, means there is a lot of cpu resorses avalible for the bits to learn. I wouldn’t worry about thd online save aspect. That is for simplicity, and zero friction hopping from one device to another.

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    #38670

    Wheels-Of-Fire
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    @grahamdearsley
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    Online games tend to save player specific data locally and then back it up to the server when you quit, that way they only have to download the data at the beginning of a game if the server has a newer copy, such as if you start playing on a different device.

    So yes, it almost certainly is saving data about your game play, locally AND online.

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    #38673

    The Duke
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    @sgb101
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    Defo saves data online.

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    #38690

    keith with the teef
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    @thinktank
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    Not so paro now. Great game BTW just massive.

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