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First of all, thank you for all your answer guys, I have a PS3 but I dont even touch him since one year and a half ago and the controller is broken so its the same if I buy it for PC or PS3? Cause I don't have any controller for PC I can't buy any cheap controller for PC because much of them are not compatible for many games and the build quality is horrible. But if you tell me that the PC version is not well optimized, should I got the PS3 version?This is my PC build, but if the game is awful optimized even with GTX 980 SLI you got some FPS drops xD
I don't know how you do that I have a shitty AMD Phenom 9950 black edition (AM2+ and 2.6ghz) + GTX 650Ti BoostThe game run in 1080p - 60fps constant (max settings) without ANY dropI most think you just chilling here to make "hey look i have money"
My laptop's obsolete for most games so I downloaded a cracked Xenoverse to see if I could run it before buying the game and I could only run it with everything on low or off (including the anti-aliasing) and with 800x600 resolution. I believe it was the first patch (I never checked for the game version) but the game had two constant glitches, one was visual but the other one affected gameplay:Visual: Almost every cinematic with a ki blast or any energy attack would glitch out and the attack would be permanently stuck in someone face or blocking the whole screen. If I lost the mission and re-tried, the glitch wouldn't happen.Gameplay: About 50% of the times I vanished to dodge an attack I'd appear in the exact same place and get hit anyway.Not sure how much was related to my laptop being shitty, the patch I had, my visual settings, or the fact that it was the PC version but The game was still really enjoyable even with like 15-20 fps, awefull visual quality and those glitches. I guess I'd absolutely LOVE the game if I'd get to play it right.
I've heard similar things, too. Most likely some of it had to do with it being cracked.I will eventually pick up the game, and if they don't patch it, Kiyza wants me to fix some of the elements in a patch myself.
The issues are definitely the game.I can run plenty of far more demanding games with little hit to my performance, even on high settings, but XV trudges along....And Kiyza has a much, MUCH more powerful computer than I do, and she's expressed dissatisfaction at the game's performance as well.They've patched the vanish glitch, but there's still glitches regarding the Ki blasts (which they were supposed to have patched, but rather hilariously, I've started experiencing such glitches since they patched it... namely the infamous invisible blast glitch).If it's patch 1, there's still bucketloads of glitches remaining, but many of those were universal and not only on the PC version. The two you mentioned are PC exclusive, however.And yes, Xenoverse is a tremendous blast when it works right. Even if the PC version is kinda "meh," it can be a blast.It's not because of it being cracked.Both Kiyza and I have legit copies. It's the game itself.
Yeah, not entirely sure why so many people are having issues with Xenoverse...I'm with Luke and Link, I have a $500 comp with a basic graphics card, and it has run Xenoverse perfectly. It might not run as fast as PS4 or some of the other versions, but it works fine. I think it's just one of those games that computers are finicky with. Maplestory is another example of this. People with way better or equal capabilities to my comp weren't able to run it, and yet I could, as well as thousands of other players over the web. Some games are just more difficult for computers to want to run than others. It's obviously a flaw with the game, but I wouldn't say it makes it unplayable (unless your computer won't run it at all in which case, sorry). I'd certainly pick the other versions over PC first, but if you can't get any of the other versions (like yours truly), the PC version works in a pinch.
It's definitely finicky, which shows they didn't put much effort into making it run smooth on PC in general.And while it's basically playable, it definitely suffers. It feels like a pretty slapped together port, which is a shame... especially for the first official PC Dragon Ball Z game (excluding DBO, of course).It's not the worst port ever, nor is it offensively bad, really... it's just such a mediocre job of an incredibly fun game.
I've played both the PC and console versions a bit, and from what I've seen the game was essentially made for the console versions. My guess is that the PC was a last-minute decision, whether due to fan-request or hoping to expand it out a little further. I'm not sure the game was originally intended to be on PC. Not that it can't function for PC, but it was definitely made for a controller and the capabilities of a console.
How's the network, now? They said they would be fixing it, but my friends said it was still just as bad.
I would personally torrent it first, or test your pc on games like JC2 and GTA4 before this.