Honourable mention to the Firebug, also a great fight. . That was an intense moment. But I got all mob near instakill. . The weapon he drops, Scrapglaive of the Cat, reads: With a scrambled master program and its cognitvie capacity enhanced by exposure to nano-tech, the Carbon Cat mascot fell back to its hardwired personality settings. I mean, to be fair, none of the bosses are really hard, once you learn how they move and attack.
That would have been awesome. His second phase is merciless and has a lot of randomness that can really screw you. He was the absolute most frustrating for me. That said, with several playthroughs behind me. He's really fast, and you can't really try to counter-block like you'd try with Gorgon Troopers, you'll lose all your stamina even if you've got it boosted and have the Gyro Stabilizer implants.
Rogue Process wasn't particularly hard but I found some of his first phase moves really hard to evade. The Surge is the latest adventure from the team at Deck 13, the guys who formerly brought us. There are no Ornstein and Smaugh levels of epic bosses. Big Sister can get hard, yes. I finished the dlc in less 2 hours.
. Though I'll be honest, I had my hardest time with Helvig. I'm skipping its second phase and go right to the end. I ducked and countered his horizontal swings, doing that makes the fight pretty simple, as he telegraphs them a lot. Plus his arena has a bit of verticality and enviroment tricks.
Him to only have one phase? I suspect if you fight him in the Iron Maus gear, you will get a different weapon. I mean, to be fair, none of the bosses are really hard, once you learn how they move and attack. I just finished my first playthrough and I gotta say, Rogue Process was a joke. Plus his health pool is massive. Much like Lords of the Fallen, The Surge takes a little bit to sink the hooks in you, but once it does, I had a very hard time putting it down.
When it comes to Carbon cat, the hard part for me was his first phase. But her last stage is a button smasher. And not to forget the feeling of fear at the point of no return when you jump down the smashable door and realise that now you have to descent to the floor and stand up against him. Though I'll be honest, I had my hardest time with Helvig. A long fight at least. Well, there must've been a power surge in the neighborhood of my apartment because my system had to reboot when I returned home.
. Prior to a family gathering, I had happened across this boss; I put the system in Sleep Mode and expected to return to the fight later. It is a personal opinion and can vary from player to player Originally posted by :Il killed Carbon Cat, in less 1mn. He's really fast, and you can't really try to counter-block like you'd try with Gorgon Troopers, you'll lose all your stamina even if you've got it boosted and have the Gyro Stabilizer implants. It is far from Perfect but it is the single most interesting bossfight in the game, and just the number of things you have to look out for do make it the hardest in my book. .
But he hits hard, staggers you and blows you with projectiles if you gain distance. You realize that you are small when you among its spinning legs or when it attacs you from above like a huge hammer. Helvig is hard for me just from his aggresive move set. On the other hand Big Sister is just an interesting boss to me. Especially when you try to get v2 weapon from it than its a furious fight that keeps in a good pace all the time. The Surge Complete Edition was played on a PlayStation 4 Pro and was provided to us for review by Focus Home Interactive.
If you are to close to the cat you get hit by every piece what means an instant death for me. The ability where he leaves toxic clouds also screws with your kiting and evading area. I'd say the hardest and best boss fight in the game is the Big Sister, the second phase always gets me hyped, dodging her 4 welding arms and laser attacks nonstop was one of the highlights of the game for me, so much that I never go for the arms when I fight her, it just wouldn't be the same. Now, my game loads to the fight l, including the music and health bar, but there isn't an actual enemy for me to fight. Big Sister is hard, yeah I agree on that.