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Submitted by iamironman 998d ago | news

GRID 2 will push “today’s best PC’s”, says Codemasters

IncGamers: After too many years of waiting in darkness, more details are starting to arrive about the secret-but-not-so-secret GRID 2.

Codemasters is moving to assure us that we can expect a game that pushes today’s “best” PC hardware as the team try to find new ways to squeeze every drop of power from the machines. (GRID 2, PC)

SirBradders  +   998d ago
what did my PC do to deserve this.
aliengmr  +   998d ago
I am all for pushing PC tech, but I am not sure the racing genre is the best to do that.

FPS becomes crucial when speed and precision are involved. I am NOT saying they should cut back on visuals, but instead focus more on smooth performance.

To be clear I am NOT saying they shouldn't push PC tech, but that FPS drops in a racing game may be more noticeable.

I assume that it will have more options for visual settings, so it won't be that big of a deal.
wAnxTa  +   998d ago
Fuck that! Give us cockpit view!

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