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Thanks for spotting that typo, it's been corrected to 53 :)
And yeah, the RX 480 will very likely run at an average of 60 fps. We're not directly comparing the 470 to the 1060; we use four cards of various power levels to give the broadest view of how the game runs on lots of different hardware. It's not AMD vs Nvidia, we're just looking at how well Dead Rising 4 runs on a variety of cards.
I'm afraid I don't know what build the game was, but it was certainly more advanced that what was originally shown off to other journalists. I was told that was quite a rough build, whereas this was notably stable (as hopefully you can see in the video).
I wouldn't be toooo concerned about it being a Starcraft clone; that feeling comes in the overall style rather than it being a high APM game with copied features. But exactly like you said, I love DOW for being so unique in the RTS field, and that's not what this entry feels like. At least not right now, anyway!
Cheers for the reply Matt. Here's hoping DOW III still has one or two tricks up its power-armoured sleeve!
From what I played, I think that's entirely possible. Basically you start as a single character, then recruit an NPC. When your friend logs in, they'll take control of that NPC. If you just don't recruit any new party members, it will always be just you and them.
I have no idea what filth is going through your mind Shriven, but they are clearly aubergines! You've played Alien Eggplant Farmer, right?!
Indeed....more of this type of thing!
Women did fight in World War 1. Granted it was not common, but the Russians fielded battalions of all-female soldiers.
Other nations have stories of female soldiers, too, albeit generally one-offs. Considering the liberties BF1 takes with history, I don't think adding a few more women soldiers is out the question.
russians aren't in the game
In my opinion, no. It had been that long since I played The Witcher 2 that I'd forgotten most of it, but found playing the third game was easy without the knowledge. Also CDP made the game with new players in mind, so I think you'll be okay!
Cheers Matt, that's good to hear.
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