You can get a cheap Ryzen system.Yea, I actually did get a gpu upgrade, thanks for pointing that out! I'll update my sig. Sadly though still have my athlon X4 holding me back >_<
You're not wrong, cagey, and i've gone down this path before.. my trouble is always in the "i could spring for..."You can get a cheap Ryzen system.
$90 CPU. I would spring for a 6 core though.
Slap a couple of sticks of DDR4 3200 into it. You can choose slower speeds, but the processors scale well off memory speed.
If you look on EBAY you might find a used mining motherboard, memory, etc for cheap.
Been there done that! What I learned to do is to take things slow and do it right the first time. If it takes a little bit longer, it will be so much more sweeter in the end!You're not wrong, cagey, and i've gone down this path before.. my trouble is always in the "i could spring for..."
Before i know it i'm at another $500 build lol Just can't justify it until i get some debt taken care of. C'est la vie
The combat requires you to learn how to fight, the beginning of the game you're not supposed to know you're just a blacksmiths son. You become a proper fighter around half way through, but you can handle yourself pretty well once you get some training in Rattay.Does the combat still revolve around wildly-flailing around like a moron?
I tried the game at release and the combat is such shit that I just couldn't get into the game.
*Tries to stay positive...*Looks like THQ Nordic added Warhorse to their developer collection. https://www.overclock3d.net/news/software/kingdom_come_deliverance_creator_warhorse_studios_acquired_by_thq_nordic/1
I'm not ready to call this a bad thing. KC was hands down my favorite game of 2018, and one of my favorite games period. I'm eager for more, and I can't imagine THQ Nordic not wanting to turn it into a franchise. With a bigger budget and some polish, KC has potential to become THQ's Elder Scrolls or Witcher. Hopefully THQ lets Warehorse stay true to what made the first game great while giving them the resources to fix what held it back.*Tries to stay positive...*
The reason it is free for KS backers is because a female playable character and a dog companion were both stretch goals that were met during the campaign.I should mention that Kickstarter backers get A Woman's Lot DLC included for free, so be sure to check your pledge on their fulfillment site if its not showing up! Note that (at least for those baseline pledges) the other expansion style DLCs (ie Band of Bastards, From the Ashes, Sir Hans Capon etc) are NOT included for free which is a little odd, but if they had to pick one to offer to backers they picked the largest and most expensive expansion!
Ahh that's right; makes sense. I wonder, looking back they discussed an "Act 2" and "Act 3" , which were included in the higher pledges. I interpreted these to be full on sequels or stand-alone expansions (possibly with import from the previous game), not the existing DLC for Act 1. Anyone hear word of Act 2 in development?The reason it is free for KS backers is because a female playable character and a dog companion were both stretch goals that were met during the campaign.