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Watch Dogs was pretty good, and the performance was good too.

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1 year ago#21
Senkoy posted...
studdering


lol
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1 year ago#22
Cade6669 posted...
I don't get the hate. It's not a great game and it does have its flaws but I liked it. Worth a $29.99 price tag, imo.


If it launched at that price, I don't think they'd complain as much as they did. lol
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1 year ago#23
JKatarn posted...
WyzeGye posted...
60fps on my setup, no stuttering either.

770 master race


I'd imagine if you lowered settings to medium you would get 60 FPS, and lol at "no stuttering", it's a flaw of the port/game engine, so there's very little chance that your snowflake hardware/software config magically plays the game stutter-free.


No, ultra everything, 4xaa, worse mod, no blur, no dof, 1080p.
WyzeGye posted...
no blur, no dof


This'll get some flak from the " that's not maxed "crowd along with the 4xaa.

To which I say, I didn't get into PC gaming for a blurry mess. Crisp, clean visuals please.

Motion blur makes no sense, lowers your fps in order to make lower fps more appealing.
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1 year ago#24
if Watch Dogs can't play smoothly on your un-optimized rigs, why not play it on PS4 and become a console peasant instead.
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1 year ago#25
Xtreme-Void posted...
if Watch Dogs can't play smoothly on your un-optimized rigs, why not play it on PS4 and become a console peasant instead.


I'm sure Ubisoft would be grateful if you shared the optimizations you managed to make to their engine code.
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1 year ago#26
Xtreme-Void posted...
if Watch Dogs can't play smoothly on your un-optimized rigs, why not play it on PS4 and become a console peasant instead.


Why dont you download the mod that can make it run on 60fps and never experience heavy lag again?
1 year ago#27
It's the worst port I've ever played in my 3 years PC gaming.
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1 year ago#28
Polypherus posted...
Xtreme-Void posted...
if Watch Dogs can't play smoothly on your un-optimized rigs, why not play it on PS4 and become a console peasant instead.


Why dont you download the mod that can make it run on 60fps and never experience heavy lag again?


no Mod, no Lag
well maybe in 1/9999999 second lag, if you consider it lag/ stuttering
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1 year ago#29
Performance is fine for me.

Ran great on my 280x, no issues. My card died to I had to put in my old 5770 and wow it even runs great on that. Maybe I got lucky.
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