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I can remember something at the start of the game that explained how these worked. The barriers that are all wrapped up in orange rope. Something about being able to cut through them. I'm at a camp now for the "Find and rescue Ethan Ross"mission and I can't get into the encampment. Only way I see to get in is through the fence with the orange rope and I don't see any prompt showing up to let me cut it.
I want to finish off this camp but the final mission from Copeland isnt showing up. I have been driving around the area for a while waiting for him to call me and it hasn't happened. Is there a way to fix this glitch?
I have gotten to a point in the story where I have been warned that if I proceed, I will not be able to return to the north. This will lock me out of the lost lake area of the game. Is this permanent or just for a portion of the story?
I want to be able to get the platinum trophy and I have not completed all of the things needed in this area. Can I come back and clean up at the end of the game or do I need to get this stuff done now? I've made a game save to be safe so I can go back to this point in the future to get trophies.
Just reached the hot springs camp and I have been given an option to give the drugs to Tucker of Copeland. Both of the rewards listed on the screen seem fairly uninteresting. The bikes suck and the weapons are overpriced. Neither really seem great. Are there any additional benefits that would make one decision better than the other?
Are the gameplay elements in Days Gone the same as State of Decay? Will I need to spend the game worrying about whether I have enough of the basic supplies to survive or is going to be more like an RPG where you are rewarded for exploring, but you don't need to spend hours doing it just to survive?