What do you think, are the pre-order numbers weak because the game looks lackluster or because they jumped on the PC hype train and then told people they'd have to deal with it? Honestly asking. I would have thought it was the PC controversy myself, but a lot of people are talking about how it just doesn't look up to snuff.
I personally will be buying it because I enjoy the game for what is is. I could care less about historical accuracy for a MP-focused game as imo it wouldn't be as fun if it was. To each their own, but I just dislike CoD and I haven't cared for it since CoD 4. Not hopping on the usual bandwagon here, but for me CoD has not changed since then (just feels stale) and yes I've played all of them as my cousin has every one of them.
For me, each Battlefield does feel different to me to some extent (especially BF1). I also couldn't care about RDR 2 either as it's not even going to be on PC for who knows how long, if at all (Likely a year at the minimum). I refuse to get the game on console.
If the pre-order number is low then why am I regularly getting killed by people carrying the pre-order bonus weapons in BF1?
The bigger question is that people are paying 60 bucks for a game which looks like an F2P game in terms of content.
"People Are Buying Black Ops 4 More Than Battlefield V" WHAT DEVILRY IS THIS ??
They may have meant Windows 10 rather the Steam.
Ha! Finally! If the majority of people can resist pre-ordering Battlefield, then they could do just the same for any other game!
I am upset that I did not think up this comment. well done.
More like waiting for him to drop one of them.
I won't be buying BFV on launch…. cause i pre ordered it
This keyboard uses the Romer-G mechanical keys which I find really nice to use for gaming and surfing!
It just saddens me how most game studios are now turning towards multiplayer games.
Gaming is very important in my life especially single player games. I am 24 and find it difficult and uninteresting to socialize with people, I barely talk to anyone in real life except small talks in office(you can call me a basement dweller), I don't even use any social media like Facebook, Instagram etc, I don't have a single close friend and it doesn't bother me much as I can get lost in games.
Wow, Intel keeps facing issue after issue, that on top of AMD slapping them in the multi-threaded department, ouch. Well, keeps getting ever clearer who I'm going to be buying my next CPU from..
Having access to a larger library of Steam games on Linux could be an attractive proposition, particularly as more and more gamers grow fed-up of Steam.??? I'm confused….
must be nice
I see why it's too expensive to make single-player games or games without lootboxes. No $20 million bonuses.
Core 2 Quad Q66008GB RAM DDR2 800MHZGTX 660
27 - 40 FPS Medium :v
even hes sick of ea lmao
I dual boot Windows 10 and Mint for reasons like this. I used Windows 10 for when I am gaming, and Mint for everything else. Have more features like this would be extremely nice.