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  1. #11
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    I'm on Ryzen 3600, 16GB 3600Mhz, 2070 Super and 1080p 21:9... I'm going to target Ultra detail and RT between Minimum and High, I reckon.
    I'm wondering if the NVMe game install will particularly help with loading times in this precise game. I'm glad there's Dolby Atmos available.

    EDIT: unfortunately the list does not declares what is the minimum target fps for those tiers; I'd love to be 60 fps, I worry it could be prehistorical 30 fps.
    Also, surprised the game install will only take 70GB, allegedly at least. I expected around 90-110GB.

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    An SSD will definitely help with environment streaming in the open world bits, I'm not sure an NVMe will give any further advantage.

    And is Dolby Atmos worth it? I can download the app on Windows to use with headphones (apparently for free since I have Game Pass).

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    The amount of hype and odd (not necessarily bad) branded peripherals is astounding.

  4. #14
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    My favourite was the Cyberpunk RTX 2080 Ti

    An undoubtedly cool and desirable piece of kit.

    But fully outdated before the game even launched

  5. #15
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    Automated lip synch for every character and NPC, in every language that the audio was recorded

    Though not as good as fully hand-animated facial expressions or performance capture.

    The question is, which language do you want to play it in...?


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