I guess these were fine. Really not a fan of the suit-only play style so I didn’t bother with that and my game crashed with one guy left to kill in the What’s in the Box contract, but overall, they were Ok.
So I’d say that What’s in the Box was my favourite. Through Raven Eyes was a bit too easy for my liking but at least it follows the sloth theme of barely moving to a tee! Still undecided on Snakes & Ladders as I’m still trying out different routes.
My favourite batch so far. Even tho 2 of them were sniper contracts, I enjoyed Mendoza’s hidden “containers” alot, it genuienly suprised me this was in game. Dartmoor was pretty fun, and Chongqing was a neat puzzle, requiring you to understand streets of China a bit.
Well, I’ve fully given up on Snakes & Ladders now. I wanted to do it suit start but the times just aren’t viable. 2/3 isn’t bad.
I feel like this is the only thing stopping Mendoza from being a great map, instead of just a good one. In contracts there is only one exit that doesn’t require a key/disguise which means that most contracts end up with a random target in the Vineyard just because it fits the exit.
I think if you spend more time on contracts you’ll begin to like it more (though I admit, I see it as a second-rate Sapienza). I HATED Chongqing in the campaign, but contracts have shown me that the map has a lot more depth than the story does justice.