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Ubisoft “aren’t happy” with Ghost Recon Online’s CPU performance

IncGamers: Free-to-play Ghost Recon Online has been on general release for a few weeks now, and Ubisoft are still not completely happy with the way the game is performing on certain specifications of PC hardware.

One of the appeals of a free-to-play game is that it should be open to everyone; in terms of its low cost of entry, but also with the required hardware. For a monetisation model that often relies on high user numbers, having the game run on a wide range of hardware is an important element to success.

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Freakazoid20121477d ago (Edited 1477d ago )

A single core 2.33ghz processor is something most PC gamers cant beat? It's a FPS guys, you arent going to be drawing in the Farmville crowd here. My 7 year old PC beats those requirements and I had to replace it last year to play current games.
If a PC gamer today doesnt have a PC that beats that, can they really call themselves a PC gamer? I cant think of a single game released in the last 5 years that had requirements that low so they cant be gaming that much

Also in the article the guy says "We aren't happy." Ubisoft though is a single entity so saying "Ubisoft aren't happy" isn't proper. "Ubisoft isn't happy" is the proper way to say it.

RickHiggity1476d ago

This would explain why they haven't been so great to the PC market. They really don't know how PC gaming works do they?