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4 minutes ago, kunjanp said:

I don't have it yet. Will play GOT and then TLOU2 (even if the patch might be rumoured). After that I plan on playing RDR2, if by that time I get XSX then great otherwise it's not like XSX has better frame rate, only better assets and native 4k which I won't be able to notice after 5 mins.

 

You have a leaked remastered version?

 

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4 minutes ago, kunjanp said:

One X had a better version of RDR2 as compared to Ps4 Pro and XSX uses that. Not sure what you meant.

Wohi toh I meant. R* games have always run better on the MS side. When a remaster happens I won't be surprised the trend continues. 

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5 minutes ago, Jigsaw said:

Wohi toh I meant. R* games have always run better on the MS side. When a remaster happens I won't be surprised the trend continues. 

One X was much more powerful than Pro, so it's a given. What I meant was that I won't be able to notice the better quality assets and native 4k for more than 5 mins as compared to a frame rate bump, so I won't wait for XSX to come.

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11 hours ago, Agent 47 said:

 

It needs to have better loading times on PS5. One X version of the game was better than PS4 version so via BC, SX is slightly superior.

Loadtimes are much better on PS5 and SX now. 30 secs compared to over minute on last gen

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4 minutes ago, WhiteWolf said:

GTA 5 was better on PS3

I played it at launch on the ps3. But the 2nd play through on the 360 just felt better. 

 

And although I wasn't around here, the overall sentiment across the community also seemed to be on par IIRC 

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3 minutes ago, Jigsaw said:

I played it at launch on the ps3. But the 2nd play through on the 360 just felt better. 

360 version suffered from streaming issues thanks to limitation of DVD drive whereas on PS3 BR gave PS3 advantage. Overall PS3 was better according DF.

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1 minute ago, WhiteWolf said:

360 version suffered from streaming issues thanks to limitation of DVD drive whereas on PS3 BR gave PS3 advantage. Overall PS3 was better according DF.

Ok then I was probably swimming with the wrong fish :lol:

 

Dont recall what or why the 360 version felt better.

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2 minutes ago, WhiteWolf said:

I mean 360 version was not bad or unplayable. But it had issues with textures and asset streaming but it was still a good version. 

 

If anything I played the 360 version like 4-6 months after the Sept launch so maybe it was patched. If my memory serves right it was the frame rate that felt better. Don't recall the asset streaming issues but then again could just be because I wasn't looking for them. 

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34 minutes ago, WhiteWolf said:

Loadtimes are much better on PS5 and SX now. 30 secs compared to over minute on last gen

 

SX takes 52 secs to load and PS5 take 1 min 21 secs to load the game from home page. So there is a difference. Check it out yourself.

 

 

 

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3 hours ago, Agent 47 said:

 

SX takes 52 secs to load and PS5 take 1 min 21 secs to load the game from home page. So there is a difference. Check it out yourself.

 

 

 

Loadtimes in RDR2 are not fixed. Loadtimes are changed based on location. If you are loading in very densely populated area then loading will be longer.

 

 

GS loadtimes test

 

38 secs 

 

 

 

 

Same case is with Valhalla and most open world games.

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Just completed Chapter 2 this evening. That closing mission of the Chapter with the German family is so heart warming :)

 

This game presently is my alternate world. Haven't enjoyed seeping into a game world this much since playing Witcher 3 and no Cyberpunk 2077 just didn't suck me in like this, not even close. Just getting on your horse, riding through the terrain and taking in the beautiful wildlands as the ambient music plays is so mesmerizing. :wub:

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51 minutes ago, Black_Hawk said:

Just completed Chapter 2 this evening. That closing mission of the Chapter with the German family is so heart warming :)

 

This game presently is my alternate world. Haven't enjoyed seeping into a game world this much since playing Witcher 3 and no Cyberpunk 2077 just didn't suck me in like this, not even close. Just getting on your horse, riding through the terrain and taking in the beautiful wildlands as the ambient music plays is so mesmerizing. :wub:

 

I have spent a fair amount of time just sitting by the fire in the camp, listening to folks talk, sing etc.

It's amazing what R* created.

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11 minutes ago, quixote_1989 said:

 

I have spent a fair amount of time just sitting by the fire in the camp just listening to folks talk, sing etc.

It's amazing what R* created.

 

Lets say you enter the Camp after completing a mission/ side mission. You enter the camp area and it's as if the entire cast of people at the campsite are living their lives there irrespective of the fact that you weren't there in the camp! It's not as if they just spawned on the camp area as you came close to it and stand aimlessly as you walk in. They were actually living, breathing and carrying on whilst you were doing your own thing. The small conversations taking place, the interactions between the members of the camp are so real.

 

The other day Miss Grimshaw in the camp got super angry at one one of the girls in the camp for sitting idle in her tent and not contributing to the camp work. She yanked the girl out of her tent, by her ears (:rofl:) and scolded her, telling her to not waste time. I just stood at a distance and watched the entire thing unfold. Made me wonder how well the world evolves, the characters and dynamism. Grimshaw is one strict lady!

Yet another instance that amazed me was there was this one mission where I had to collect a debt from a borrower (Leopold's mission). Upon meeting the borrower I learnt that he was ill and his funds had dried up. His wife came running and pleaded more time for being able to get their funds in order and re-pay the borrowed sum. I spared his life and left the area and that was that, mission ended. Debt was temporarily irrecoverable. I forgot about it and moved on with the missions. A few game days later I was at camp when suddenly this lady comes riding in. Leopold was sitting at a make-shift table in the camp and this lady dismounted her horse, haughtily strode in and slammed the money her husband owed on the table. She also mentioned that she would not borrow further and saucily mentioned about the beating I had laid on her her husband earlier and angrily went away.

I was like... WTF, the game remembered! :wOOtjumpy:

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1 hour ago, Black_Hawk said:

Yet another instance that amazed me was there was this one mission where I had to collect a debt from a borrower (Leopold's mission). Upon meeting the borrower I learnt that he was ill and his funds had dried up. His wife came running and pleaded more time for being able to get their funds in order and re-pay the borrowed sum. 

 

Was this guy coughing?

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