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I wonder if it’s because you need to have Xbox Live accounts for all players and the PC lacks multi-user sign on mechanics for Xbox Live which Campaign does not require?
It’s supposed to feel like the Nintendo pro but with PS layout if that helps
PREY, Overwatch, Fortnite.
If you’re going to play PREY, do it on PC. OW still has its appeal but I don’t think the development team is doing a good job outlining the type of competitive experience they want players to have.
That’s pretty much all for now. Once February is over I’ll have some free time to sit down and give South Park: Fractured But Whole the time it deserves.
Kudos to Nintendo for not gouging on the SNES controllers. I have 2 8bitdo snes controllers but if these have less input delay I may bite!
I have been playing a few streaming games on GeforceNow (in Beta and free for now) on my Nvidia Shield TV and I am amazed how great the games looks (on a Sony HX850/1080p TV).
You can play Tomb Raider for free and it plays and looks amazing. I am one of the few people on this planet that doesn’t like Fortnite. I tried Fortnite both on the PS4 and the Shield TV
On the Shield TV, you can play on the highest setting (Epic) and still has amazing fps since the processing are being done on the server side. It looks way better than on the PS4.
I do have a 300/30 Mbit line, set up QoS for the Shield on my router and connected via CAT 6 shielded cable. What input lag???
I agree with OP that this will be the future of gaming.