contrary to just a specific part, you can play the entire game in first-person with this console command
Typo, should be "than" instead of "that"
$999. This GPU is for workstation though, it's not the gamer/consumer version of Vega
Here is hoping that it will be more similar to Chaos Theory (instead of yet another open-world stealth game)
Doubt it will be able to match GTX1080Ti's performance. From what I've seen so far, it will be slightly faster than 1080 and slightly slower than the 1080Ti
It has just been released on consoles in North America. Coming later this week in Europe
Xbox One X can't run the game with 60fps most probably due to CPU bottlenecks. Similar case with PS4Pro
Most probably a GTX1080Ti
MS backtracked. At first they said all future games would be coming to Windows 10. Then they backtracked and claimed that only the games that were shown at E3 2016 would be coming to the PC -> http://www.dsogaming.com/ne...
There isn't any game out there that really requires more than 8GB (unless of course you are running a lot of programs in the background)
From the official site: "Crystal Dynamics conditions, so I can go on working on this project without any author’s rights issues, is for it to be absolutely non profit-making."
Vega releases next month, it has not been delayed
Battlefield 1 did (as well as all previous parts of the Mass Effect series) so I'm pretty sure it will support both of them.
Obviously what I meant when I said "Scorpio will receive some exclusives" was compared to the PC, not to X360
He said there will be more PC and console exclusives. So yeah, Scorpio will receive some exclusives
Yeap, it appears to be really optimized for the PC
Indeed. However imagine the possibilities, especially now that we have the appropriate hardware for such a thing.
The game had a free weekend on the PC and it was also available for free via PS Plus
The sanctions were lifted on October 7th, so that's not a real excuse
Precisely. It's their product, they can do whatever they want. And gamers should vote with their wallets. For years everyone has been saying to stop pre-ordering games. It's not like someone is forcing gamers to buy the game at launch date or not read reviews. What they should be worried about is the quality of reviews, especially when gaming websites are trying to have a review ready at launch date, no matter what (for pageviews purposes obviously). And that isn't Bethesda's ...
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