- May 23, 2012
From the time the game goes to the load screen after he selects the save until it goes into the game is 54 seconds vs 1:59 seconds for people that don't want to do the math.
DSO claims it doesn't.Interesting. Might have to check if the SpecialK mod changes that too.
Its not a performance test so setting the PC to settings that emulate what the Xbox version has is a fair comparison. That's kind of the standard way of doing it. It also allows them to explore what the settings do and their effects in an easier side-by-side comparison. Removing performance as a variable gives more of a chance for the actual graphical effects to shine. The only knock against that is that the XB1X version does dynamic resolution scaling, something SE decided not to implement in the PC version. That does hurt a little as the X will jump between 1080p and 1360p when running at 4K. If they're only running it at 1080p then the dynamic res concern goes away.Clickbait. It's PC vs. PC at different settings.
turn filtering down and turn off gameworks shit see how it runs then.This is the first PC game in a long time that I've regretted buying. Even at ridiculously low settings it runs like dogshit. The only thing that makes it run smooth in any way is to reduce the already low resolution (2560x1080) to 75%, but then it's so blurry and jagged it's almost painful to look at. Before anyone asks, 8700k, 1070, 16GB, SSDs.
I never had any of the nvidia crap on. Has anyone done testing in regard to Windows Game Mode? I have all the gaming stuff disabled through group policy, and I'm wondering if it could actually help in this case.turn filtering down and turn off gameworks shit see how it runs then.
I turned Filtering to low and have the presets on high, game runs great for me without a hitch. I also used the mod listed a page or two back that disables kb/m input which supposedly clears up some hitching, I didn't notice it previously but did it anyway.This is the first PC game in a long time that I've regretted buying. Even at ridiculously low settings it runs like dogshit. The only thing that makes it run smooth in any way is to reduce the already low resolution (2560x1080) to 75%, but then it's so blurry and jagged it's almost painful to look at. Before anyone asks, 8700k, 1070, 16GB, SSDs.
While keyboard/mouse implementation is good for a console port, the simplicity of the game and combat in particular don't require the advantages offered by those peripherals. I've been considering picking up a controller just because I think I'd enjoy the game more with it, plus nostalgia.do you guys play on kb+m? i wonder if i should do that or use a DS4
The special k mod fucked my game up. The framerate is terrible
Guy is pretty active in the topic on the Steam forums post there and see if he knows what caused it.Ditto.
I uninstalled and now my game crashes every 20 minutes or so.
I cringe every time I see Phenom II support added to a new game. Makes me wonder what they gimped to make those processors work.
maybe its the ds4. you using ds4windows or just windows built in driver? try a xb1 controller if you can, works perfect for me.wow, i just started the tutorial and its infuriating.
the buttons dont seem to work even though im pressing what its telling me to, especially in the spell crafting bullshit menu.
the fucking music is blaring, it repeats, and its only 10seconds so its TUNUNUNU NUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUU over and over and over again while the buttons dont fucking work.
I really hope the game isn't like this. im using a DS4.
There are a bunch of extra dungeons behind the locked doors you may have encountered. Get the key from the old lady at Hunter HQ. There is also the Pitioss Ruins dungeon which requires you to fly and land on a very narrow strip of land near the Rock of Ravatogh.I finished the game at lvl 45. And got the F-1 Regalia and makes a lot easier to go around the map now. So what else to do after the game?