Looking great. What is weird to me is what happened with the original release date, why did they delay it? It was because of the backlash of the first trailer? Since the original release date (June) they implemented new graphical options? So it went from a "mess" to "good" in 3 months?
IDK you guys, but is really looking they're reusing the Xbox 360 version to make this resmaster. The color is satureted, they're using Cryengine 3 instead of Cryengine 5 with BTW Hunt:Showdown already run on both PS4 and Xbox One using Cryengine 5.
Another point to make, they're avoiding showing the console version besides the already Xbox One X with Ray Tracing trailler with BTW again they replay the same shots from the older trailers.
Dunno about the PC version, but console version are being hide for some reason.
Hope is not true, but I getting concern about this game.
Why did I think this was going to be on Gamepass PC?
Oh well. Epic Store it is then.
I just hope I get the full experience here... you know, seeing my 2080 TI brought to its knees.... me beating the desk with my fist.... sobbing uncontrollably.... “Seven frames per second!! What the fuck do I have to to get 60 FPS in this game!”
If my RTX 2080 TI handles this I’ll be seriously pissed off.
If you want to have a better chance at watching it smoothly in 8K on your PC then download it with this - https://download.cnet.com/WinX-YouTube-Downloader/3000-2071_4-77117321.html - then play it back with mpv - https://mpv.io/ - VLC won't playback 8K VP9 smoothly with the CPU in my experience; I have a firstname.lastname@example.orgGhz and a GTX 1080, so maybe a better CPU can allow VLC to decode it properly, but if you have an 1080ti or RTX 2060+ then you can decode VP9 in HW so should be fine with VLC set to hardware decoding.
am I just missing it or is it lacking any per-object motion blur? Its one of those features that I feel instantly seperates games from feeling overly gamey vs modern looking, and something about this looked like it was missing it (esspecially seeing like that helicopter fly in right at the begining)