I can see why, I have a slight case of severe game addiction with PUBG
I've already put in like 600 hours. The game is hilariously fun, yet at times with any game, it can be a bit frustrating. But god damn, when you get your chicken dinner, it tastes fucking delicious.
Personally, it is a wiser investment to place the money in a GPU for a PC as it can also generate revenue via cryptocurrencies when not in use
6 million* It sold 5 million in 4 months
I thought that too until I had 40 different people on Steam basically beg me to get it. I haven't been able to put it down since. I've already clocked in close to 400 hours
I'm closing in on 400 hours in game, that put it as my third most played game. When you start learning the map, you find the secrets and learn to deal with bullet drop and kill people. My longest kill is 640m and Ive got many chicken dinners at this point.
You have never built a PC before, I can tell.
You don't need benchmarks when its pretty much common knowledge the hardware used is more than enough to push [email protected]
@zivtheawesome What? Have you ever seen 144fps or even native 4K?
Four times the resolution is a huge difference, like 30fps and 144. What you are agreeing with is a crime.
This article is fake. DS2 was locked at 30fps because of a microsoft deal to sell more consoles. Only when the lock affected the consoles did it get fixed
You have a 1080ti, you damn well know these numbers are exaggerated in console fashion.. You and witcher 3 and 4K @ 60fps.. Grrrr And stuck here with 2 980scs >.>
Thirty.. Thats a selling point?
What a disappointing end to what was set to be great. There was no way they could have screwed this up, but they did somehow.
It is far too accurate of a comparison. It puts the developers to shame
Told you :P Never trust EA
Finally! I have been dying for some go-karts
Its recalled for the screen scratching
Ahh Mezzo, I've missed your antics on the forums
They got that, on PC.
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