I've got a i7-9700k with a 3070 with the resolution set to 3440x1440p and I haven't had any problems with how the game runs. I have no idea what my fps is like, but it seems pretty stable. I don''t notice any dips or any lag and I haven't had a single crash.
My system is plenty old (like 7 years old lol) but I don't play a lot of AAA stuff and it was running what I was doing fine (BL3, MWO, Warframe, Division 2) but needs an upgrade at it's core. It would have to soldier on with my video card for a bit. I was looking at a 9700K with 16-32GB of RAM depending on sales, but my video card is a 960SC which should run it and I just have a standard 1080p monitor. I don't require lifelike graphics to enjoy a game, just as long as it's not choppy and the story is good.
I'm not buying a new console as I just can't justify it, heck it's hard enough to justify the PC upgrade but I'd rather hand the component manufactures my hard earned cash before sending it off the that bastard Bill Gates again LMAO
I dunno, 4 months to my bday, maybe I'll just kick it down the road and see what happens, let the bugs work out etc. Not like I don't have enough car projects to keep me busy.
Same boat. I've been screwed over with a full cart by Walmart, Sam's Club, Best Buy, and the Sony queue at playstation.com repeatedly. My son bought Demon's Souls and Godfall, and they just sit there...With my wife deployed, and me working from home with a toddler, I'm looking forward to getting a PS5 that I can play after I put her down. Sadly I've added one to my cart on at least seven occasions without getting one. I did not realize it would be that hard. Hell I have a copy of Demon's souls and Dirt 5 sitting here that I can't play.
Shit, looks like sony actually took the game off their online store and now they're offering full refunds.
I saw this...is it really that bad? lol
I have an original Xbox One, so I am waiting to buy it till I upgrade.
Looks like I don't need to be in any hurry though hah.
But I usually don't upgrade consoles until I absolutely have to...usually about a year or so after initial release...