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Well, I am not a fan of jump scares so I guess I'm okay with that. I am more concerned about everything else.
Ah, that's a bummer. It does seem a bit confusing. I was willing to try this game that's why posted here to see if we can play together. How many people are needed to enjoy this game?I have. Couldn't really enjoy it that much. It's very confusing. Also unless you have friends who are willing to play don't bother. I tried matchmaking today and couldn't find anyone.
It will run fine on your specs. My old PC with a 4th gen i3 and a R7 260X used to handle it at 768p just fine. It's not super demanding. If you have an SSD install it on there, will help with the load times and micro stutters. As for the number of people I'd say 3(you and 2 other people) atleast. It's really designed for 4 player teams.Ah, that's a bummer. It does seem a bit confusing. I was willing to try this game that's why posted here to see if we can play together. How many people are needed to enjoy this game?
What are your specs? Was it running smooth ?
I have 1050Ti and 1080p monitor.
Have you completed Outlast ?I've been playing Outlast but I feel too scared to play any further. Seriously, I never felt Amnesia or the Evil Within to be as scary as this. It's like it was purposely built in such a way as to exploit your fears. Limited visibility, loud noises when opening and closing the menu, etc.
You can play in any order. I haven't played all of them myself but I have played RE2 and 3 remake and RE4. RE1 is a remake of the original RE and has fixed camera angles, so if you can bear that then you can start there, otherwise, just play RE2 remake onwards.I have not played a single Resident Evil game yet. Could someone tell me the order in which they are meant to be played (not counting console releases)?