I really hope these "definitive" versions don't become a standard thing. Black Flag PS3 vs. PS4 was a more notable difference than this - new gen, new IP please. We can start the inevitable retreads later.
I think it's cool what they're doing, but it's not a good enough reason for me to double dip. People who skipped over the game last gen should definitely give it a shot when the price is at a comfortable level for them though.
...this is going to be another PC vs. Consoles thread, isn't it?
Trying to bring it back on-topic: We know that this version will include all of the multiplayer DLC, but have we seen yet that part running? The multiplayer was particularly crappy on consoles before, I think I might give it another shot if they fixed it up nicely for this version.
So wait, how much did they genuinely change from the PC version to this new enhanced version? I've only played the 360 version, so obviously its a huge bump up, but I know the PC version was absolutely gorgeous.
your latest upgrade, what about the rest you didnt upgrade? we know PC games look better, perform better, i have a gaming PC, but to blatantly compare performance per dollar with a ps4 is kind of silly, that console gives you very good visuals for a very affordable price, nobody can deny that
I did - not seein' it. The IQ and effects just haven't seen enough of a bump to be calling this next gen, or to be charging 60. The character model is definitely the best part, and the lighting is better, but even then...
If this kind of bullshit is going to happen, it needs to drop some jaws. Otherwise, it's just a cash grab. Which Square Enix are highly likely to get down on, given we know they were disappointed with initial game sales (a lol in and of itself).
I'm very impressed with the TressFX. They have the movement much more realistic in this version compared to the PC version. That said, the PC version at 4K is glorious. It'd be nice to see these changes make their way over but I doubt that will happen.