Addictive game... Runs really well on my cpu too with everything set to Ultra/Quality DLSS
Really good game, combat is actually fun.... That's rare..
Runs fine, changed everything to Ultra/DLSS Quality and it's hovering around 100-120fps most of the time.
15 hours in and loving it. If you take away your son as an additional factor in combat, then the gameplay is remarkably similar to Darksiders for me with the level design, loot chests, puzzles, etc. Not a bad thing as I love Darksiders. Had one memory leak so far, none since I changed to the experimental beta. The FPS does still halve at some points but an overclock on my GPU has kept the dips above 60 so all good. The FOV adjuster using Flawless Widescreen is a game changer in terms of visual fidelity for me; having this set at +30% for UW 1440p is the sweet spot I've found.
21.1.1 AMD drivers. I'm using a 6900 XT. Yeah, I just played another 5 hours there. Just finished the fight with the dragon on the mountain. Class.What driver version you on? I'm still getting horrible memory leaks on my 3090 and unless I restart the game every couple of hours, it crashes. I'm 25 hours in and it just keeps getting better.
My first complaint with the game...
I'm playing on 'Give me a story' mode and up to this point it's been the right balance I've been looking for to play through at a good pace and enjoy the story as it develops.
I've just met the Valkyrie Gierdriful and the difficulty has gone absolutely insane! I must have tried over 10 times already to beat this boss, the first time I've had to do so in my 15 hours of play so far. The combination of unblockable attacks, which often follow each other and the pace at which they come is proving a frustration. I'm fully expecting a 'Git gud' here but it might stop me advancing in this game. I've never been one for the Dark Souls style easy death/learn sequences for combat & I certainly don't have time for that either. I'm quite surprised at the noticeable change in difficulty for this boss.