Really looking forward to it :) My Alienware has an i7 32GB Ram an SSD and a 770m GPU so hopefully I won't have any issues the main thing that may hold me back from going full Ultra setting would be my GPU! :ohwell:
Ridiculous how late they've left it. What do they hope to gain by doing it now? They won't be making huge amounts from it, as most people who wanted it will have already played it!
Finally! I don't have a console (unless you count the original Wii lol! And my brother will be donating his PS3 to me soon!). My specs should be able to handle it. I'm just worried about the GeForce 560Ti
I was tempted to start selling off the PC as I wasn't really using it for anything other than a web browser and gloried media centre!
I traded mine in when I moved to Xbox one, i'd be tempted to buy it again on next gen. It is awesome.
PC or PS4 is the next question I need to answer. Haha
Gonna end up being both for me.
One for family use seeing as we all have PS4s, PC for me for moddy moddy goodness.
Though this may be a dumb question, what the value of mods? Do they improve the game? Add nice little extras?
I never really modded a PC game before so is it worth trying?
Mods can do a lot to a game.
Skyrim they can change textures to be ultraHD or completely different so instead of snowy mountain ranges, you get tropical jungles etc. They also add various missions and the like to the game, or they can alter enough of it so that it becomes its own game (DayZ mod for Arma for example)
They can do anything from allow you reset a keybind or add a new item skin, all the way up to prettified graphics, or in the case of Witcher 2, a complete combat engine overhaul.