Haha, nothing to do with transforming games into a platform for pushing political agendas from twitter trends thinking that's what players want.
Siege is a goddamn Sponge Bob cartoon circus fest in 2023.
Mid 2010s was a completely different beast. Top end CPU for 300€ and top end GPU for 400€. Now these figures are double-triple. Current situation is similar to 1990s, when you could say it was a rich person's hobby.
Battlefield is literally dead now after the 2042 release and likely won't have any more releases in the series. Even the highly criticized BF5 has more players online.
If you read above what I said about the MW: Remastered example, consoles have a clear advantage since the they just ported and...
Yeah, released like 10 years ago...
I'd actually play CS if it was something like CS:S was, but of course it's full of the usual pink rabbit hats everywhere with the "cool customizing".
R6: Siege really hit the spot around 2015-2016, but then the pink rabbit hats crawled into Siege as well...
Well, the PC shooter market is dead. Especially after Battlefield committed the classic go woke go broke suicide. Maybe something will fill the market gap in the years to come, but as of now consoles are optimal choice for simple classic shooters.
These don't do the trick, they require too much from fellow players, so most of the time you are just wandering around in silence with nobody communicating in your squad. Take a few potshots after 15 minutes of silence, nothing, and then quit in boredom.
Something like Ready or Not would do the...
I'm also leaning towards just getting a PS5. When you think of it, the PC gaming market is dead currently.
For example, what if I want to play a nice simple shooter where ADHD characters don't slide around like watching a rock concert with pink furry rabbit hat costumes "because customizing is...
At 10 years the PSU is becoming a risk -> PSU needs upgrade
GPU upgrade for a 2012 PC means there's something like a 1070-1080 bought around 2017 -> GPU needs upgrade.
Modern GPU's/CPU's require a high airflow mesh case -> case needs upgrade.
Memory will be DDR3 -> also needs upgrade...
It's useful data for a long term builder. 720p results today show you the difference when you upgrade to RTX 5000 series later on.
Excluding maybe 4K and bigger resolutions, those will be GPU constrained for a long time still.
But it's not the same thing. The creep into 16:9 happened because 4:3 didn't take into account the fact that humans have two eyes.
21:9 is additional luxury for a niche, wanting extra field of view. Like those eyefinity multi-monitor setups.
If you don't have desk space for the super wide...
Input lag issues, doesn't always work properly... 100% native scaling still has it's benefits.
And with 32" being the standard size for 1440p computer monitors for some stupid reason, you would only get benefits for shrinking towards the 96PPI reference point at 30.6".
Hmm? 27 inch 1080p is 81 PPI.
But yeah 27" 1440p is definitely sub-optimal, even though it's bearable.
Windows fonts are designed for 96 PPI, it's a shame monitors don't aim for that. 30.6" 1440p would be much nicer than 32" 1440p.