Not sure if serious...This game has become the most fun game I am playing as of today even with the cringe dialogue ,more fun than dare I say
The Witcher 3
The Castillo Protocol
Spider-Man Miles Morales
Far Cry 6
Call of Duty MW2
Far Cry 6
to name a few games that I put aside to play Forspoken.There is a puzzle game named Relicta and Assassin's Creed Origins that I am enjoying at the moment also.
And, there it is.
I knew beyond a shadow of a doubt that your review would be positive. It's inevitable when a game is poorly received, you "like" it and defend it (and vice versa).
10GB of VRAM is indeed an absurd amount to require just to run the textures. I don't think I'm going to bother playing this game until the developers patch it and make it more accessible. It's just not worth the hassle.I can't believe this game "requires" at least
8GB10GB of VRAM just to load all the textures. I think it needs a few more patches before I would even consider playing this on my 2060.
iirc they retracted those results because they included fps during the load screen which artificially inflated the fps of slower drives.Now PCI 4 add FPS instead of removing 10%
Capturing the whole seven scene benchmark in @CapFrameX including the load screens results in higher FPS (76 to 70 in our case) on a SATA SSD, since those load screens last much longer (up to 10 times)
It was a bit of sarcasm, just to show how ridiculous how much reach a claim that anyone with an regular ssd and nvme drive could check on an already released for the public game.iirc they retracted those results because they included fps during the load screen which artificially inflated the fps of slower drives.