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How do you level up squad uniforms in Verdun
getting helmets and uniforms
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Playing with other players and building up Co-op XP.

Green points go towards Co-op XP, as well as sticking with your NCO, (Squad Bonus) following orders, (Followed Order) and even just getting in the enemy trench nets some co-op XP.
I've been looking for someone to play with, but haven't found anyone. hmu with a friend request if you want to play
Originally posted by -5 - 3 (-2 - 1) / 9 * (-2) = -7:
I've been looking for someone to play with, but haven't found anyone. hmu with a friend request if you want to play
sure but im saving up so my pc will stop crashing upon launch but do send the request then we can upgrade in tannenberg
baguette Aug 12 @ 10:38pm 
hi this is peter molyneux, creative director for verdun here at paradox plaza and i am glad to answer your question

first you need to get a uniform. for the vast majority of soldiers this will involve conscription. just wait to get conscripted and at some point you will recieve your first uniform. to upgrade your squad's uniform, you survive the war, battle after battle, artillery salvo after artillery salvo, until finally you are pulled from the front after months of harrowing combat and given the newest in uniform technology, developed and produced by fashion houses from your native country.

this shiny new uniform is considered an upgrade but may or may not actually be better. you will be sent back into the field to test this new uniform through 'fire and fury' as one man would put it, and then, provided you survive long enough, you will eventually be given another uniform upgrade in the following months as your supply officers come to realise what is necessary or unncessary based on the experience of combat.

happy to help
Last edited by baguette; Aug 12 @ 10:39pm
Originally posted by LV|Ironstorm767:
Originally posted by ☭extrime☭:
sure but im saving up so my pc will stop crashing upon launch but do send the request then we can upgrade in tannenberg
You can always switch to Legacy beta if you're having issues with the default branch.

What are your computer specs though? If I may ask anyway.
I5 2520M Intel HD graphics
Originally posted by ☭extrime☭:
Originally posted by LV|Ironstorm767:
You can always switch to Legacy beta if you're having issues with the default branch.

What are your computer specs though? If I may ask anyway.
I5 2520M Intel HD graphics
Run the game with DirectX9, as the Intel HD Graphics 3000, doesn't support DX11.

Gotta use the launch option: -force-d3d9
Originally posted by LV|Ironstorm767:
Originally posted by ☭extrime☭:
I5 2520M Intel HD graphics
Run the game with DirectX9, as the Intel HD Graphics 3000, doesn't support DX11.

Gotta use the launch option: -force-d3d9
It crashes when I launch why does it do that it gets to a black screen and then I stops working.
Originally posted by ☭extrime☭:
It crashes when I launch why does it do that it gets to a black screen and then I stops working.
Well if you are running the game off of the HD Graphics, then the one that comes with the i5-2520M only supports up to DirectX10.1

https://www.notebookcheck.net/Intel-HD-Graphics-3000.37948.0.html

https://www.notebookcheck.net/Intel-Core-i5-2520M-Notebook-Processor.40103.0.html
OPFOR Aug 17 @ 3:23am 
Originally posted by baguette:
hi this is peter molyneux, creative director for verdun here at paradox plaza and i am glad to answer your question

first you need to get a uniform. for the vast majority of soldiers this will involve conscription. just wait to get conscripted and at some point you will recieve your first uniform. to upgrade your squad's uniform, you survive the war, battle after battle, artillery salvo after artillery salvo, until finally you are pulled from the front after months of harrowing combat and given the newest in uniform technology, developed and produced by fashion houses from your native country.

this shiny new uniform is considered an upgrade but may or may not actually be better. you will be sent back into the field to test this new uniform through 'fire and fury' as one man would put it, and then, provided you survive long enough, you will eventually be given another uniform upgrade in the following months as your supply officers come to realise what is necessary or unncessary based on the experience of combat.

happy to help

Jep I've been in the trench for the past three months and I have to say.
The Stahlhelm is a big advantage over those frog eaters.

FÜR KAISER UND VATERLAND!
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