The FIFA 13 demo was released on Xbox 360, Playstation 3 and PC yesterday so we prepared a couple of 1080p videos of the PC version for you guys. We haven't had much time to play the game yet, so it's hard to notice all the changes which have been made, but it will certainly take a sharp eye to see them at first glance. Animations are even smoother than before, though there are still some awkwardness when players bump into each other or even when they touch the ball once in a while, but it's safe to say that it's as far as this generation can go in terms of realism and improvements. That being said, this new installment in the series will undoubtedly remain in number one position of the hearts of football fans.
Shadow of Mordor now 50% discount on Xbox Marketplace. I think i am gonna do that. (10 minutes ago)
@rayy: Very true. I wonder what 2015 games will support DX12. DICE, PLZ? (40 minutes ago)
@GriftGFX: Plus we are going to see some nice optimization on the CPU with Directx 12, so that will increase their live expectancy. (45 minutes ago)
I think we're going to see some real "next-gen" shit in the next few years. But a few years is a long time in tech. My CPU is "old" too (2600K) and still getting the job done. (53 minutes ago)
unless there's a (unexpected) revolution on the CPU side, or some really big pci-e changes the next year or so. (55 minutes ago)
@GriftGFX: I have a GTX 670 from when i built my comp about 2.5 years ago. The rest of the system is still very good so i think a new GPU can make it last another 2.5 years or so (56 minutes ago)
@Melmoth: MSI Twin Frozr.. love it. Have not noticed any out of spec whine or noise. The fan controller did have some issues but MSI released a new firmware already. (58 minutes ago)