- Apr 10, 2003
I really hate my 1080P 27" monitor for FPS games but for Grim Dawn or any Top Down game it's amazing you can really see the details on a bigger monitor. Grim Dawn looks like a totally different game on a big monitor.
My theory is positional awareness is that as you steer your character in say Battlefield your eye carry you from one corner of the monitor to the other you can see more in front of you but where you are in the game is positional GPS awareness so basically I don't like my 27" 1080P for First persson shooter games.
WIth Grim Dawn or any top down RPG or Action RPG your character or characters basically remain on the screen on the center of the screen so your eye movement is less thus making top down RPG games ideal for big monitors.
I put my 27" about 3 feet away from me too on a end table on a box for the most part I was using it for console games but since I bought it two years ago I used it very little for PC game I just got is display port cable for it.
Well I got to the end of Act III with some help along the way in Mulitplayer I hope Act IV is just as long this game looks amazing on a bigger monitor.......I thought the game would be longer I think Titan Quest was alot longer but I never got too far with that game due to motion sickness in the game. They have two people from Diablo II working on the game so maybe you will see a sequel or some DLC....
Yeah, odd how some are seeing it and others aren't. I wonder what's the culprit here. In any case, I hope it's something from the developer's end that can be fully fixed eventually.
I bought it off Amazon, so looking forward to playing it soon. Clearing out other games I have in my backlog like AC: Syndicate. I think I'll play Grim Dawn next before GTA5 & Shadowrun Hong Kong, though.