Nerevarine

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Looks like what Deus Ex Mankind Divided should have been like.
Deus EX MD Storyline was rushed and game is too short but the world stage is fantastic. It has no rival today.
You could build a world that is huge and expansive or small and extremely detailed like MD did.
Every nook and cranny has a secret and a story to be told, I doubt that would be possible in any open world game. Even if that is, it would be mentally exhausting to play it.
 

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IMO DXMD story was really good but the gameplay was bad. It was more of a walking sim game than an immersive sim. People only played the immersive sim part (which was really short) but the story was in the walking sim part of the game.
 

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Deus EX MD Storyline was rushed and game is too short but the world stage is fantastic. It has no rival today.
You could build a world that is huge and expansive or small and extremely detailed like MD did.
Every nook and cranny has a secret and a story to be told, I doubt that would be possible in any open world game. Even if that is, it would be mentally exhausting to play it.
IMO Yakuza does this better.
 

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Holy cow! Thank CDProjeckt for making it not so futuristic in the "requirement" department ... I was expecting it to be GTX1080 at least. This is good stuff.
 

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i really,really wish companies would start releasing such large pc games on physical media like Blu ray discs or dvds-it would make life a lot simpler for folks who dont have access to high speed internet(like me),also it would save the user from the frustration of having to download several gbs of data all over again in case of a file/software corruption.

Nowadays pc games are almost exclusively released digitally whereas console games are mostly sold on physical media.I wish this trend would change-there were times where i was very intent on buying certain games,but had to back out after seeing their humongous download size on sites like steam etc.

Also it does feel great to have a physical copy of a game in one's collection rather than its digital version-its really useful and can be sold/traded later as well.
 
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Holy cow! Thank CDProjeckt for making it not so futuristic in the "requirement" department ... I was expecting it to be GTX1080 at least. This is good stuff.
It is going to run on the original Xbox One so GTX 1060 should suffice.
 

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It is going to run on the original Xbox One so GTX 1060 should suffice.
This makes sense. But I thought the console games were optimized for the overall architecture and not just around the GPU used in them, so a PC with 1060 would not be able to run the same game as good as Xbox One.
 

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This makes sense. But I thought the console games were optimized for the overall architecture and not just around the GPU used in them, so a PC with 1060 would not be able to run the same game as good as Xbox One.
Yes games are optimized but the GPU in Xbox One is very underpowered compared to GTX 1060
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omega44-xt

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Holy cow! Thank CDProjeckt for making it not so futuristic in the "requirement" department ... I was expecting it to be GTX1080 at least. This is good stuff.
The minimum GPU requirement is kind of high considering its meant to run on XB1 & PS4, those have GPU similar to GTX 760. Most likely those are 1080p low & high 60fps (hopefully) requirements & old consoles will run it at 720p 30fps+ maybe.
 

omega44-xt

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i really,really wish companies would start releasing such large pc games on physical media like Blu ray discs or dvds-it would make life a lot simpler for folks who dont have access to high speed internet(like me),also it would save the user from the frustration of having to download several gbs of data all over again in case of a file/software corruption.

Nowadays pc games are almost exclusively released digitally whereas console games are mostly sold on physical media.I wish this trend would change-there were times where i was very intent on buying certain games,but had to back out after seeing their humongous download size on sites like steam etc.

Also it does feel great to have a physical copy of a game in one's collection rather than its digital version-its really useful and can be sold/traded later as well.
Physical media is still in circulation but in much lower quantity for PC & even lower for India as its not a big enough market.
 

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This makes sense. But I thought the console games were optimized for the overall architecture and not just around the GPU used in them, so a PC with 1060 would not be able to run the same game as good as Xbox One.
A PC with GTX 1060 will likely run it as well as on Xbox One X or Series S.
 

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It looks like their main aim was Xbox X and S series will get the worst of the game in terms of graphics. But I didn't know the GPU in Xbox S is so bad.

Also, I thought the game on Xbox X will look way better than the PC with 1060 GPU, If we turn up the graphics quality same as Xbox then frames would drop in PC. Is it not like that?
 
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