Until we can show you the PS4 version later today, here are a few gameplay videos of Dying Light on PC. Since we captured them using our dedicaded capture PC, the framerate issues you can see are real with our game rig (i5 4670K @ 4.0 GHz, 8 Go RAM, Windows 8.1, Nvidia Geforce GTX 970 Gigabyte OC), which seems to indicate that the game isn't fully optimized yet. Indeed, apart from the draw distance option that clearly has an impact on framerate, lowering the other graphics settings do not seem to improve the overall experience. It's still playable, but the drops should be fewer with a GTX 970. Aside from the optimization problems, the game seems rather solid thanks to the new traversal possibilities. Melee combat has been improved over Dead Island's and fighting has become even more visceral. That being said, if you never enjoyed Techland's previous zombie series, chances are you won't find this new game to your liking either. Check out our videos and leave a comment to share your own experience.
And it's obviously down to taste. "Games" like Soma, for example, isn't for me. (0 minute ago)
@Sdarts: Yeah, the reviewer hypetrain doesn't mean much to me. Shitty things get good reviews all over the place. (10 minutes ago)
What Remains of Edith Finch has a "Very Positive - 96% (189 reviews)" score. Think of this what you will. (13 minutes ago)
@Megido: Those tags on Steam are made by the community and are applied by the community. It even says so: "Popular user-defined tags for this product:". So it's only the term users applied to it. (16 minutes ago)
Sounds good, because they have done a lot of good things ever since X1 launched, but talk is cheap though. We will see! (7 Hours ago)
He doesn't want to pre-announce stuff now but they are upping investment in it. [url] (7 Hours ago)
Phi Spencer : "The same level of commitment Xbox, their service has had, Scorpio, first party has that level of commitment too. " (7 Hours ago)