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Couldn't have said it better.There is a big difference between running a game and being able to have a decent playing experience.
I had a pretty poor PC when Witcher 3 came out.
I mean, I could 'run' it, but play it? Only if you enjoy washed out textures, almost no npc's and frameskip stutter as the game skips between 30 and 40 fps.
Fighting monsters was a nightmare and there was just no way to enjoy it like that.
So, am I worried that my PC can run Cyberpunk? Not at all. I guarentee I will be able to run it.
Will it be playable?
That is the concern.
Depends on the game.I can't see how a 4c/8t 7700k can be a bottleneck with a gtx1060. People are running more powerful gpus with a 7700k no problem.
CD Projekt Red has cut the wall-running mechanic seen in previous Cyberpunk 2077 gameplay trailers "due to design reasons."
In an interview with GameReactor, Cyberpunk 2077 level designer Max Pears explained the decision. "Ah, the wall running - that is something that we removed due to design reasons, but there's still going to be a lot of flexibility in how you move, that's for sure."
I don't mind them remove the wall running. Neither did I mind to hear in time that ice-skating was a thing in Ciri's The Witcher 3 playthrough.The cut feature was present in the 48-minute gameplay demo from 2018, but has been removed for "design reasons".www.ign.com
While I do not care about them removing the feature, stating the reason is because no third person is bullcrap.I don't mind them remove the wall running. Neither did I mind to hear in time that ice-skating was a thing in Ciri's The Witcher 3 playthrough.
I see CDPR said it wouldn't work due to game lacking third person. Now, it worked and it didn't work in CoD, pending, but it worked great in Titanfall.
Is wall running part of the lore, or game mechanics, of Cyberpunk 2020? If not, it doesn't matter in any case.
Yea but Mirror's Edge is designed around it. I for one don't like wall-running usually. I enjoyed it in Titanfall 2 though.While I do not care about them removing the feature, stating the reason is because no third person is bullcrap.
There is a game called Mirror's Edge. A parkour game entirely in first person and it works great.
Silly excuse on their part.
It would have been a gimmick, sure, but give the real reason why you are not including it anymore.Yea but Mirror's Edge is designed around it. I for one don't like wall-running usually. I enjoyed it in Titanfall 2 though.
She!? how dare you. My character isn't even human-normative nevermind gender normative. I'm going for somebody on the very edge of cyber-psychosis.Is she going to have shiny boobies and a shiny penis? Because I think she can
How about calling Deus Ex a Cyberpunk clone? How about rubbishing Syndicate? I can go on.