When a massive online game launches there has always been issues and server problems. That is to be expected in the launch window.
When I say sheep I'm thinking about the braindead people jumping on every hate wagon they can because they are dumb sheep.
I'm not blindly accepting anything. I've been around since the fucking stone age. That's how old I am. So I know how these launches are.
Wow...a massive online game having server issues in the first week. That's a new. Lol, wake up sheep.
Not just gamers but people in general act like whiny little b*tches online. I think allot of people use their online aliases to went out frustration and real life issues.
Either that or a big part of the population are raving mad.
Many use vertical slices and it often is not viable when they continue the development of the game. If The Division was a bad looking game I could to some degree understand the complaints from people who still don't understand how E3 and vertical slices works.
But The Division on both console and PC looks stunning. And the attention to detail is amazing. All in all a beautiful game. And best of all. It's fun!
"Could CD Projekt be working on VR Support for The Witcher?"
When you see how demanding VR is and how most VR games look. You fast realize that a game like The Witcher in VR is something for the years ahead and not now.
If anything it could be a VR game built from the ground up for VR. And set in The Witcher univers.
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Hi I work at Forbes and I have an XBO.
No I dont think so. In fact I wish it was removed from Steam and Xbox.
He/she probably had allot of fun......not.
I dont understand people who power level. Who are they trying to impress? Because it can hardly be any fun.
When entering a new map/are it can sometimes do this. But it's not a problem at all.
But it's hopefully the last console built upon a old and decades outdated practice with locking hardware in a time bubble for so many years.
About time. And with that Sony will have to follow up. It's not like we will get a PS5 with locked hardware for 5-6 years while the Xbox Two? get's a update after 3 years and with every game looking much better.
It's the same with almost every online game these days.
What a load of horse crap. And I'm a PlayStation fan.
If you don't care about the added graphics and performance then you skip upgrading the Xbox. As Phil Spencer said all games will be backwards and forward compatible.
Sony should most definitely care. It wil make the PS4 and all PlayStation consoles that follows weaker if Sony don't follow.
I don't care if a game is made by 1 person or 200. If it looks good I will pay the asking price.
Then do that. But for those who don't want to deal with PC hardware and everything else that comes with PC.
An more powerful XBO would make console gaming more enjoyable for those who want to stay in the console echo system but still want better looking games.
Seeing how console gamers have started to focus on resolution and frame rate. My guess is that Microsoft would make the upgraded XBO capable to run every game in native 1080p with a stable 60 fps. And with better AA,shadows etc etc.
It wouldn't demand much of a cost to achieve that. And in the progress make the PS4 and the base model XBO look like the outdated piece of technology it is.
But now they don't have to jump to a PC. They just buy a more powerful Xbox.
And you would stick with on older XBO model because you don't care for the extra performance or have money to use on a more powerful model.
If a new Xbox One model can deliver better graphics and performance why would you stick with a PS4 for all games?