It is rather strange to see that the PC version has received the less attention among all the platforms, but Codemasters is not keeping silent and they have noticed the issues present in the PC version.
Yet another botched PC version, what is wrong with developers these days...?
>these days This has been some the 7th gen started
I told you this would happen. Those specs were way too high for a game that is properly optimized.
Developers seem to think that PCs are the same as consoles nowadays and they aren't. On PC we don't have unified RAM we have 2 separate RAM, system RAM and Video RAM but they try to clump them all up like they do on consoles. It just doesn't work. I wish developers would put a bit of effort into the PC platform and stop being so fking greedy and cutting corners all the time. It never works out and always costs them more in the long run. Maybe that's the problem. They think short term profits not long term investment.
What the hell is wrong with these developers? Another developer down the drain. Codemasters, shame on you. Someone should sue these guys. I hope the European Union makes a case against developers like this and fine the hell out of them.
There are certainly some issues with the PC version. I can't do dry races in either of the championship modes because the framerate goes down to 7fps. Interestingly it's perfectly fine during rain races or dry quick races and time trials. Something very odd going on with that game.
Having problems, on the PS4! to the point that if you restart/retire a season you have black screen but audio!
It's broken on all platforms. Missing ambient occlusion on X1, misplaced buildings that make crowds float on PS4, it's a mess all around.
Codemasters games always have problems.
I guess they're not really masters at coding
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