Indeed it does. The Division is easily one of the best looking games.
The most disappointing thing is that GI has been greatly reduced or even completely removed. This is why the lighting feels so flat (compared to the earlier E3 demos)
Well it remains to be seen whether these represent the PC version or are mere bullshots
Yeah, at this point I don't think we should expect any performance improvements at all. It's just adding new DLC, fixing minor issues, and such.
It looks spectacular indeed
Basically you're getting a 522 error for N4G (just tried it myself and saw it). There should be a "Retry Live" button on the up right corner. Hit it and the site will load fine.
Yeah, it was to be expected TBH. Still, kind of sad that Mad Max did not sell well (perhaps its huge Winter Sale discount will give it a boost)
The power of mods. This is why more games should be open to mods
Indeed. Some screenshots look phenomenal.
The game ran with more than 30fps, however its physics engine was always locked at 60fps. This made things feel weird. This mod unlocks the physics engine.
Generally speaking, Night Dive Studios never really 'remasters' its titles. Take a look at System Shock 1 & 2 for example. They are more like re-releases (that work on modern-day PCs) than Remasters, despite the fact that they are advertised as Remasters
Yeap, this one does not improve SLI/Crossfire support. SLI scaling is still at 60%-70%
IIRC, NVIDIA claimed that a game patch should be released in order to improve SLI scaling. I believe the same applies for Xfire.
Here is also a test video for 3rd person overhead mode (not using the Solid Snake model) https://www.youtube.com/wat...
the GeForce-Experience-wall is not active/live yet IIRC
It's an inside joke with hidden messages in that article. Just forgot to fix the description in N4G. Fixed.
Indeed. It's pretty amazing what he achieved
Indeed it looks beautiful
Yeap, it's the same game ;)
And that's why developers should not state things they are not certain about
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