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turns out they're not done fixing the game , new update coming next week

yeah but still no performance fixes. The game still has framerate drops into the 10s and 20s on a 280X
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So if I'm following this correctly, a few months after the atrocious PC release this summer, this game still doesn't work properly?
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You know that there is something wrong with the current world when you get more entertainment out of watching these train wrecks in forums and article and store comments than you would by actually playing some of these games.

Or, or ... When people would rather post misinformation anti/protestive comments about software more than they actually play games.

A more useful reply would have been "disable v-sync" or "I've not tried it yet".

This ship sailed long ago yet you feel the need to return for it long after its initial release.

For what it's worth, it actually runs solidly for me and looks very nice whilst doing so at 4K, even without SLI. You could direct some of your efforts to why AMD still haven't released an ED CF profile - Sh. Might get done with you around lol.

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First of all, it should be noted that it is highly inelegant, even unprofessional, to just put forth a comment like yours and then end it mentioning that you won't be coming back to the thread. That is the antithesis of the spirit of a discussion forum. Seems like it's becoming a habit, unfortunately.


For what it's worth, and in case you come back, but even if you don't, others might benefit, you got it all wrong: I wasn't replying to his post, it was an a propos general comment that applies to the state that the game is in. There are no solutions that you can apply to fix many of them and it's so much the case that WB released yet another post today on Steam apologizing and saying that there will be more patches coming:

http://steamcommunity.com/games/208650/announcements/detail/128710596363603365


And as far as I know, when it comes to CF, SLI also has problems, as is acknowledged in WB's post from yesterday. I don't know why, but I sense that you seem to think that I'm somehow inclined to AMD cards? Your comment doesn't make sense otherwise. A ridiculous and completely baseless insinuation if that is the case.


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So if I'm following this correctly, a few months after the atrocious PC release this summer, this game still doesn't work properly?

Yes, more than four months after its initial release and there are still quite a few problems.
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Yes, more than four months after its initial release and there are still quite a few problems.

Ladies and gentlemen, this is exactly why not only do I not pre-order games (GTA V was the last game I pre-ordered.....two weeks before it came out; before that it was Halo 3), I refuse to buy them new no matter how I feel about them, no matter how hot they are, seem to be, or no matter how popular the console is that it mainly supports with timed DLC or whatever BS marketing tactics I wish gamers as a whole would wise up to and place their money elsewhere.

Why am I even a gamer at this point? .........besides to put in more hours into BF3.
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The only game that I ever pre-ordered was Portal 2 back in 2011. I can't say that I had a bad experience, on the contrary, the game is a masterpiece, but out of principle, even if I like this or that developer, there are other ways to show support other than putting money in their pockets before we have the product out, so yes, I agree.
 
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The only game that I ever pre-ordered was Portal 2 back in 2011. I can't say that I had a bad experience, on the contrary, the game is a masterpiece, but out of principle, even if I like this or that developer, there are other ways to show support other than putting money in their pockets before we have the product out, so yes, I agree.

I actually love the Portal series. Matter of fact Portal is the last new game that had me excited as if I were a kid again. Mainly because I got the first for free but went & bought the second during a Christmas sale. It just takes too much to wait for a game that's actually WORTH my money with no BS DLC and actually works right when I fire it up.
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The only game that I ever pre-ordered was Portal 2 back in 2011. I can't say that I had a bad experience, on the contrary, the game is a masterpiece, but out of principle, even if I like this or that developer, there are other ways to show support other than putting money in their pockets before we have the product out, so yes, I agree.

What bugs me about people preordering is that they say they support the developer so that's why they preorder. But if you support them then buying the game after it comes out gives them the same amount of money as buying it beforehand. That logic just doesn't make sense to me. And at least with waiting you know if there are any game breaking bugs. I don't just blindly support any developer. I have quality standards.

This is how people should view gaming: A developer's job is to make a game worth buying. Even if it's CD Projekt Red or Bethesda, I'm not buying a game until I know it's up to my standards. Then I will make a business transaction with them and receive a product. It's not my job to support a developer. It's their job to give me a product worth buying and my job to pay for the product.

Some of the logic I've heard on the Steam forums make it seem like these developers are running a charity and they need our money.

"For only $59.99. Less than the cost of 4 movie tickets, you can help a game developer make a sale."
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