I need this game on my PC, plzz Sony..
Really goes to show how much low memory and weak cpus were holding back things last gen. Thats probably also the reason why last gen couldn't run CP2077 properly.yeah its not like this steam deck console is equipped with a proper zen 2 CPU just like the nextgen consoles, a whopping total of 16 GB memory and a nextgen chip with RDNA2 that can even do entry-level ray tracing with heavily optimized setitngs
there's no reason for him to wait for returnal. steam deck already runs metro exodus enhanced. a fully RT GI driven game. a game that PS4/x box one even xbox onex can never hope to render (im aware that this is specifically a case of lack of RT cores but the CPU also plays a part. in general, if Deck can run metro exodus ee with compromises, it will also run returnal.)
you can say you need 60 fps or anything thats another topic. it runs. 19:28 also runs the flight simulator another game exclusive to nextgen consoles and only PCs. yet FS too can be run on 3770k/970 rig from the past, actually very smoothly. you can say xbox one x is massively stronger than steam deck but as we can see it cannot run flight simulator.so yeah
The SteamDB page is now showing "internal_ship_comp" and "internal_dev_comp" - I don't think they were there a couple of days ago. If "comp" stands for "complete"... release/announcement not far off?
They should take a page from the Apple playbook by announcing and start selling it the same day.I would have said "compile(d)" but I guess it might be announced next month if there is a PS event. The fact there's also a "shipping" build suggests its close.
According to Sony they won't release more PC ports this fiscal year other than the already announced ones (Spider-Man and Uncharted). For the next fiscal year they have TLOU.The SteamDB page is now showing "internal_ship_comp" and "internal_dev_comp" - I don't think they were there a couple of days ago. If "comp" stands for "complete"... release/announcement not far off?