Mirilla telescópica

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Mirilla telescópica
Scope Attachment.png
Las lentes de cristal cuidadosamente formadas garantizan al usuario una visión telescópica cuando disparan. Montala sobre un arma para ganar puntería.
Objeto
Tipo Accesorio
Peso 0.1
Comando de generación
cheat giveitemnum 138 1 0 0
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cheat giveitem "Blueprint'/Game/PrimalEarth/CoreBlueprints/Items/WeaponAttachments/PrimalItemWeaponAttachment_Scope.PrimalItemWeaponAttachment_Scope'" 1 0 0
Soportado por Simple Pistol.png Revólver
Longneck Rifle.png Rifle
Simple Pistol.png Pistola
Pump-Action Shotgun.png Escopeta corredera
Puede aparecer
en balizas
Fabricación
Nivel requerido Nivel 30
Puntos de engrama 13
EXP al crear Error en la expresión: no se reconoce el carácter de puntuación «?».
Prerrequisitos
Desbloquea 20px Máscara de buceo
20px Mirilla holográfica
Se fabrica en Smithy.png Banco de trabajo
Ingredientes
Recursos necesarios [Expandir]
20 × Crystal.png Cristal
5 × Stone.png Piedra
Total de ingredientes básicos
5 × Stone.png Piedra
20 × Crystal.png Cristal
80 × Metal.png Metal

La mirilla telescópica (Scope Attachment en la versión original del juego) es uno de los accesorios disponibles en ARK: Survival Evolved..

Descripción[editar | editar código]

Este accesorio permite ampliar el rango de visión y mejorar la puntería cuando se monta sobre un arma de fuego.

Notas[editar | editar código]

  • The in-game reticule for this attachment is based on the German Post design.
  • The scope does not actually increase a weapon's accuracy, it only helps the user see the target better at the cost of adding weapon sway.
  • While it can be added to a shotgun the benefit is almost null, as accuracy is difficult with the idea of shotgun spread at any range a scope would be useful.
  • In VR mode the scope is completely useless and even a hindrance as the overlay effect will always point towards where the user is looking, not where the weapon is pointed. Lining up the crosshairs with your headset will not make you shoot where you are aiming. This bug also applies to Holo-scopes and Tek weapon scopes.
  • In VR mode the scope overlay only functions in one lens, turning the other lens completely black to simulate a user firing with one eye closed. The left lens is the one that is not blacked out, even though the weapon is held in a right handed firing position. Whether this entire phenomenon is a bug or a feature is unclear.