One of the most exciting features of the Crimson Court downloadable content is blueprints. Compared to a regular Hamlet building, Districts require a lot more resources to build. The Blueprint, in particular, is a rare item that is only dropped by specific bosses.
How to Get Blueprints in Darkest Dungeon
In Darkest Dungeon, buildings require resources to build. Resources can take a lot of effort and patience to farm. Instead of your regular heirlooms, The Crimson Court DLC buildings added a new rare heirloom piece called Blueprints. These are only dropped by Elite and Veteran bosses in the game. Learn how to acquire blueprints below.
When you reach Week 10, you will be rewarded with your first Blueprint. Keep in mind that these are rare items and are quite difficult to get. So, make sure to plan which building you want first so you won’t waste your resources. The best way to get a blueprint is by defeating the Garden Guardian in the Courtyard which is guaranteed to drop a blueprint every time. Otherwise, you can defeat other Elite or Veteran bosses to acquire one.
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FIFA 23: Best Camera Settings to Use
This is the best setting for the Camera on FIFA 23
It is a well-known fact that every player wants to bring the best experience from every game they play.
The visual experience is one of the most important factors of a game. For that reason, EA Sports has given us a plethora of options for the camera position and settings. Here are the best camera settings to use in FIFA 23.
Best Camera Settings to use in FIFA 23
If you play FIFA casually and you just want to enjoy the experience the best position for your camera is Co-Op with the following settings:
- Camera Height 20
- Camera Zoom 0
It is the most popular option for casual players as it gives a good angle and position in contrast to the pitch. Alternatively, you can choose the Tele-Broadcast angle.
Ultimately the height and zoom are down to the player’s preferences but, a good rule is to not to zoom in too much because you can’t see the edges of the pitch.
Competitive players mostly use Tele-Broadcast or Co-Op with their personal settings for camera height and zoom. Tele-broadcast allows them to see the players on the other side of the pitch and offer enough vision for the man on the ball. Co-Op gives you a wider overview and is best for players who like to pass and switch the play regularly.