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Super People: Best Settings to Use

Optimize your Super People gameplay with these Settings secrets




Super People is a battle-royal game that incorporates elements from hero-shooters by giving players unique abilities and skills on top of playing the classic battle-royale pvp. Newer players often get confused due to the clutter they see on screen. They’re not sure what settings to use and which setting is best for their specific playstyle.

This guide will show you the best settings to use. These settings are being used by veteran players, so let’s get to it.

Best Settings to Use in Super People

The settings in Super People are divided into 5 sections. Graphics, Audio, Controls, Key Settings, and Gameplay. Let’s take a look at them one-by-one and discuss the must-have settings to optimize your gameplay.

It’s also important to note that although a lot of these are “the best”, sometimes it all boils down to preference. So, if you know something works for you then by all means, keep doing it. A lot of settings especially keybinds can be up to personal preference.

1. Graphics

To optimize ung frames, in Display mode, most players should use the Fullscreen option and to select unlimited in the Maximum frame rate limit.

It’s also important to turn up the brightness. This is especially useful whenever an enemy tries to hide in dark corners. For your FOV, it is mostly up to personal preference.

Moreover, the Depth of Field should always be disabled. It negatively affects your scope.  It’s also good to fully turn up the Sharpen option because it makes the game look better.

2. Audio

For efficient sounds, turn down voice input and voice output in the audio options. Super People’s in-game voices are loud. This can hind you from hearing important sounds such as enemy footsteps

Additionally, it’s also recommended to use push-to-talk instead of open mic. Your teammates might be able to hear the unnecessary sounds coming from the mic, hindering their ability to hear vital information from the enemy.

3. Controls

If you’re new to Super People, it’s better to keep your vertical sensitivity as 50 and to not tinker with other sensitivities especially. Sensitivity is a highly preferential thing, so if you’re new its better to try out the default settings first then over time have your own sensitivity preference.

4. Key Settings

Key Settings are vital in Super People. Often it can be the deciding factor of whether you win or lose the match.

First, you should keep your button for jumping and your button for vaulting separate. In intense situations, you might accidentally vault when you wanted to jump instead, leading you to lose the fight.

Second, always separate your Aim Key and ADS key. If you have them at the same keybind, your ADS will be slower. Milliseconds matter in an FPS game like Super People, so a slower ADS might lead you to lose a fight.

Third, each healing item like an emergency kit should have a specific bind to them. During an intense firefight, you might need to heal up quickly. Going to the inventory and selecting the item take too much time compared to just pushing a single button for a heal.

Finally, another crucial tip is to change the default keys for the change seats for the vehicle settings. The Default change seats are Crtl+1 and Crtl+2, requiring you to push 2 buttons instead of one to switch seats.

It’s better to change this to the single key that you can access freely. Changing your seat in a car is crucial, especially when things go bad during a drive-by.

An extra tip is to bind your Smart ping to V . It’s a convenient location to be able to quickly share information when you’re in a squad.


Make sure you choose a good crosshair that enables you to aim properly. Choose a crosshair that you can see properly that doesn’t blend into the backgrounds.

Another crucial tip is to change the Firing mode to full auto. This allows you to shoot as fast as possible in the scenario of a surprise attack.

During a fight, information is crucial. Lowering the glowing indicator for each item is recommended, to reduce the clutter on your screen. Additionally, it’s better to disable automatic climb ladders and disable auto use on first aid kits.

This is because disabling automatic ladders prevents you from climbing a ladder whenever you’re near it during a gunfight and to quickly using a first aid kit during a gunfight.

For newer players, these two settings help greatly. Enabling the display control guide and damage log. Display control guide helps guide new players on which control does what and the Damage log is useful because it tells you when you hit someone.

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SWTOR G.A.M.E. Reputation Guide for Galactic Season 3

How far will your reputation take you?

Nicole Barelli



swtor game reputation guide for galactic season 3

Star Wars: The Old Republic is BioWare MMORPG based on the acclaimed Star Wars universe. As Galactic Season 3 kicked in, so did new challenges. Today, we’re talking about G.A.M.E., a new reputation system introduced along with this new season.

G.A.M.E. Reputation Guide for Galactic Season 3 – SWTOR

In SWTOR, Galactic Seasons are long seasonal events that grant limited-time rewards upon the completion of daily and weekly challenges dubbed Priority Objectives. Subscribers earn extra rewards, but everyone can participate.

Season 3, titled Luck of the Draw, brought with it the Gambling Authority and Management Entity, popularised by the acronym G.A.M.E. Basically, it’s a new form to track your reputation. But it comes with a few differences.

Unlike the other reputation tracks, G.A.M.E. is tied into Season 3. Another difference is that you won’t be able to see the reputation track for G.A.M.E. until you earn 1 reputation point with the faction.

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First of all, you’ll need to unlock the first level of the Season 3 track. This will allow you to claim the PH4-LNX Protocol Lockbox and, with it, activate the new companion, PH4-LNX (Fey, as she likes to be called).

As you play through Season 3, you might notice that some quests and enemy drops give a new type of currency known as the G.A.M.E. Analysis Module.

When Fey is on your ship, you can take those Modules to her and convert them into G.A.M.E. reputation. Each Module is worth 25 Reputation Points (37 if you’re a Subscriber).

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Note that you can only hold up to 200 Analysis Modules and only earn up to 200 per week. Additionally, you can only earn 5.000 Reputation Points per week, no matter how many boosts you have.

If you’re wondering about the math of it all, you’ll need 70.000 Reputation Points to reach max reputation, which accounts for 2.800 Modules without any boost. Good luck!

(And I’m sorry to report there are no ways to farm the Modules. Having Fey as your companion, however, increases the chance of enemies dropping more of the item. You can also trade 500 Jawa Junk (purple) for Jawa Intel with Brrazz in Cartel Bazaar.)

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There are two bugs worth mentioning. One, be careful with skipping Fey’s dialogue since it might cause the Reputation Points to not enter your inventory.

Second, if you’re in a group, you might be unable to talk to Fey at all. To correct that, you’ll need to leave the group, turn in your Modules, and then re-join the group.

Now, for the big question: what are the rewards?

You can earn three legacy titles associated with G.A.M.E.: G.A.M.E. Representative, Mid-level Management, and Deputy Director of G.A.M.E.

Aside from that, the G.A.M.E. reputation track is actually more about helping you to earn rewards on the Season Tracker faster, so don’t expect unique rewards here.

Either way, I hope you enjoy Season 3 of Star Wars: The Old Republic!

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