The game will reveal instabilities with hardware. A system rebooting under demand like that could be multiple things, but it's not going to magically get better. You've got a bad component somewhere. Setting things to low allowing the game to launch again could be due to the shader cache, or something else, going corrupt. I've found that random reboots are almost always bad memory, or of course the PSU.Lots of posts about it in the Steam forums. That's where I learned that setting everything to low will let you back in.
At this point i'd just wait if you knew you were going to play it anyways. Honestly, the game runs great, and i'm somewhat surprised they haven't just released it.They really revamped the colors for spells. I might try it on my vacation next week but don't want my GPU to explode. Or get my char wiped cause its in beta.
I'm Level 22 and haven't grouped up yet, though its an MMO so if you want to run dungeons or whatever they have in store for the final release, a group is the only option.For the beta players. Is this game solo friendly? What if I don't want to pursue quest with a group?
lol, they are really winging it. wouldn't be surprised if they delay it till the holidays.Pushed back to September 28.
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Actually quite refreshing considering the slew of recent high profile release that released with no delay after it was clear the betas had issues.They pushed out the beta, received feedback and are now attempting to fix those issues.
There's nothing wrong with that.
Most games are like that. 1 week of beta, then 2 days later the game is released with nothing fixed.Actually quite refreshing considering the slew of recent high profile release that released with no delay after it was clear the betas had issues.
In the beta? All that matters if if you figured out if you want to play the full game or not. I managed only level 26 after 30 hours or so but I saw quite a few level 50s that had to have well over 150 hours in it.Hmmm 16 hours of average playtime. Is that good or bad?