Watch Dogs Discussion
Trainer Tools and Resources
Pretty much. Ubisoft's entire PC porting department is made up of the pizza delivery boys that deliver to their offices, and are subsequently abducted and indoctrinated into their rank and file. They have one terminal to do their work on between them and must fight to the death every Monday, with the last man standing being that week's sole programmer. They are also encouraged to use this sole terminal as both their weapon for the fight to the death as well as their sustenance for the week they are locked in their "office."
They also don't get benefits, and their lack of motivation really shows in the so-called "finished products" they put out. Looking at you, Conviction/Blacklist/From Dust/Future Soldier/Assassin's Creed III-IV/EVERY ED THING ELSE
[Edited by Shotgunmaniac, 5/29/2014 1:59:35 PM]
Now as the days have gone by the stuttering has literally been getting worse, how is that even ing possible!? The game hasn't been patched, no new or modified code for the game to execute. Is this the starting of advanced AI? Software the changes on its own? Disabling SLI doesn't work either for those inclined to try and the problem persists regardless of windowed, boarderless or fullscreen...
Just a fyi, this isnt a port. It's a an awesome looking PC game, taken away, mutilated then given back to PC users so console's can play it =/
The fact it's default config is below it's max;
the fact that it uses rendering tech such as HBAO+ that
you can't even init on even a PS4 due to the lack of GPU power,
and the fact that it seamlessly switches from mouse+keyboard to a windows controller (not a MS one either.)
My system isn't the latest and greatest of graphic cards, but I run at about 55 fps and I haven't had a single hiccup or drag and I play on custom/ultra settings. I even went into my config file and changed the texture loading to "PC" which doubles the loaded resolution.
Now...I'm not biased, I understand people like barrow who have and AMD card get screwed because it's designed around tech NVidia made...but I've played games on system where have one card or the other meant it would crash and not even start. NVidia is using new methods AMD isn't yet. (Well the latest cards yes...but it's not ubiquitous as with Nvidia.)
The problem with the game I feel lies in opinion, it's too different for a lot of people, and it's very system intense. But if you look at the requirements in steam, it's not as if they didn't warn anyone. I like it far more than I did GTA V and really enjoy it.
it seems that every iceberg of problems that this game could hit, it did, and then some
* Updated game trainers and cheats daily
* Get notified when new cheats are added
* Request which games get new trainers
* Priority support with any problem