|QUOTE (¤FireStyle¤ @ Oct 30 2008, 20:47)|
| I see many people here already relegating the game into begin a crappy port but I don't think it's fair to say that just yet....|
I mean honestly I think so far charmingcharlies post has prolly got to be the closest to assessing the situation correctly...
I mean imo the processor req for both recc. and min. are high but at the same time all the other specs are inline with most PC games today. I believe that those recommended specs are to run the game at the highest resolution possible with all gfx options at max.
I do not believe that those are the recommended specs required to run the game good. For example I plan on running the game at 1280x1024 so I am sure that my specs don't need to meet the recommended for me to do so.
I mean look at far cry 2....their recommended specs are quite low...but after spending some time with the game I am sure that a PC with the specs that they recommended wouldn't be able to run that game on max !!!
So again I am guessing that those specs are to run the game at the highest resolution possible with all gfx options at max. Now if you do plan on doing that then those the processor req. are are high...there is no beating around it...but if you only plan on running it on 1024x768 then you would fine that the specs required to do that aren't so bad...
I mean we have to believe that R* has some common sense. If they release a game that only 3 people can run good then what's the point in that.
Far Cry 2 is actually well optimized, if you have the recommended, you can most likely run it on very good or high settings. Sure it is not crysis nice, but a very good looking game non the less.