Kingdom Come: Deliverance
1 day 10 hours
2 days 6 hours
2 days 5 hours
Dark Souls III
1 day 19 hours
Aye, they're adding that in a patch soon!
Kingdom Come: Deliverance's save system is good, actually
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Most of the article is about GTA Online. Plus, GTA V wasn't announced for PC until a while after its console launch. Rockstar are committed to PC these days - they can't afford to not release it on PC.
Thanks for reading! It's a great game.
I think all of that stuff is single-player, aye.
Thank you for saying! Glad you enjoyed it.
They do scale, aye!
I enjoy the game but am extremely disappointed in it. Mostly for the fact that I can play with two friends, but when we do, we will never be able to find other people in the world. Not even of we change the setting so we're not in a co-op group. Seems like a hard cap of three players in the same instance. So we can do the PvE together but loose out on half the experience since we won't have any human opponents. And since there's no 3v3 mode, we'll, let's just say we won't be playing Absolver again until there is.
I was chatting to him about it as we were playing and he says it works really well.
Sounds good. Also, do you know if the PvE part scales with more people in your party? I'm looking to play the game with two friends but it feels like a lot of PvE encounters could be trivial with three people in the party - even with friendly fire being there.
I didn't, because I just can't get on with this style of game on m&k. Our Fraser did, though. He managed to kick my ass with it once, so it must be fine!
"once" might be the key word there, yes?
Would love a reply from Fraser regarding the controls on mouse and keyboard though.
There's been some good ports though. Shadow of Mordor was good, as was Mad Max.
Avalanche were always gonna do a good port. But, Im super aware of the stuff Warner Bros do. I shall await your (?) review.
Yeah, I wrote about it a while back - https://www.pcgamesn.com/quantum-break/quantum-break-steam
Right, I remember reading about that.
Perhaps Remedy owns the IP and they're the ones abandoning the Windows Store version?