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I feel like >60fps is somewhat pointless for non-FPS's, as others have said.

I don't really understand the point of these threads, to be honest. We have no idea what the final product is going to be like, so it's too early to make calls. I don't think we have any knowledge on whether it'll be a good/poor console port or PC port, how much effort they are spending on graphics, if it'll be properly optimized, etc.
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It might also go the GTA IV or BC2 way and demand a lot more horsepower than the engine should actually demand.
Not if you play it on low-medium at 720p which is console quality...
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Not if you play it on low-medium at 720p which is console quality...
CPU wise, I meant.
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