DSOGaming writes: "PC gamers might have thought that CD Projekt RED would forget them since they are now focusing on the X360 version of The Witcher 2. In case you were one of them, relax and rejoice."
4:3 resolutions? hmmm
what's next? Support for VHS?
Oh great that means another 9 gig update for me and other steam users.Only just finished downloading patch 1.2. Not sure if i am ever going to finish my second playthrough.
Never. Ever. EVER buy new releases from Steam. Anytime you buy a third party game from them, particularly a new third party game, you're bound to get screwed by their completely idiotic patching system. Now unless it's an old game on sale or a Steam exclusive I tend to avoid Steam like the plague. I buy all my new games from D2D. They're just as cheap and I own my games free and clear without having to deal with any of Steam's stupid bullshit.
I thought the huge download was because of Steam not being able to handle the removal of DRM from the game that affected one of the cab files? That's why it forced the 9gb download. Afaik the patch was quite small. It was the Steam platform not handling the byte changes to the file very effectively. Now that the DRM is removed the patches are probably small.
Surely no one with a PC that can run this at playable framerates, are still stuck with an ancient 4:3 monitor? Or do they actually still make those?
This game run silky smooth for me but thats besides the point. Witcher 2 is a hardcore PC RPG and I can't imagine anyone who owns this game playing on a 4:3 monitor.
What the hell is 4:3???
...I uhh....I still use 4:3... :'( I'm sorry.
Was also using a 4:3 monitor till few months ago. LG Flatron F900P to be more precise. Damn, I loved that CRT monitor (sadly it broke down and had to replace it)
I finished the game on my 4:3. What? I busted my money on a spanking hot graphic card instead of a monitor.
I like how CD Projekt takes care of their customers.
Hopefully they'll stay true to it and not go the path Bioware have taken.
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