Submitted by iamironman 1173d ago | news

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. (Ghost Recon Online, PC)

Freakazoid2012  +   1173d 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.
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RickHiggity  +   1172d 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?

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