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Posted 13th Jan

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3.42 if you go through topcash back.

Like I said, cheaper buy the week and I bet soon to be free to play.

Yes the online game is not great, and plays awful on anything except a PS4 Pro or One X.
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Thanks Dead_Megatron - Sorry yes you need to have over 50 in the cart to purchase with free delivery.
Getting cheaper all the time,next you’ll find it in Poundland for a quid,The game is pants anyway,if they were giving it away by the door I’ll say keep it
This is strange - why is the XBOX version so much cheaper than PC?
It's not fantastic but I think it's worth a playthrough of the main campaign which would still be a good 15-20 hours or so. Heard the endgame is trash though, so be aware what you're getting into.
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The one i got is still sat in its seal , but the 6 months of free spotify are being loved
Edited by: "deleted2100705" 13th Jan
Antagonist113/01/2020 16:30

It's not fantastic but I think it's worth a playthrough of the main …It's not fantastic but I think it's worth a playthrough of the main campaign which would still be a good 15-20 hours or so. Heard the endgame is trash though, so be aware what you're getting into.


End game is terrible.
deleted210070513/01/2020 17:03

The one i got is still sat in its sesl , but the 6 months of free spotify …The one i got is still sat in its sesl , but the 6 months of free spotify are being loved


I pre-ordered this tr4sh!
deleted210070513/01/2020 17:11

Lol makes a great doorstop


Not if it's digital lol I makes a good case for why Bioware won't be getting my money.
Macdory13/01/2020 16:29

This is strange - why is the XBOX version so much cheaper than PC?


It's in the ea vault. Which is only on the xbox-one
ThisIsFitz13/01/2020 18:14

It's in the ea vault. Which is only on the xbox-one


Its also on Origin Access on PC, so that is definitely not the reason why.

It just runs much better on PCs. Consoles are limited to 30fps and had teething problems at launch hence its cheaper.
Wall-E13/01/2020 18:42

Consoles are limited to 30fps and had teething problems at launch hence …Consoles are limited to 30fps and had teething problems at launch hence its cheaper.


Xbox one X cqn do 60 FPS.

If you think about it there no reason a console version should run slowly, the hardware is precisely known unlike the PC where people can have a massive range of hardware in use.
Edited by: "gavin1" 13th Jan
gavin113/01/2020 18:58

Xbox one X cqn do 60 FPS.If you think about it there no reason a console …Xbox one X cqn do 60 FPS.If you think about it there no reason a console version should run slowly, the hardware is precisely known unlike the PC where people can have a massive range of hardware in use.


Sorry, I meant specifically about Anthem. Anthem is only 30fps on Xbox One X.

Xbox One X was released 5 years back, so has graphics card that is quite old. Its still very capable but can only do so much. 4K 60fps needs a very expensive graphics card and that too is only possible in some few games. Hence, on demanding titles, Xbox One X can only do 30fps at 4K.
Wall-E13/01/2020 19:51

Sorry, I meant specifically about Anthem. Anthem is only 30fps on Xbox One …Sorry, I meant specifically about Anthem. Anthem is only 30fps on Xbox One X.Xbox One X was released 5 years back, so has graphics card that is quite old. Its still very capable but can only do so much. 4K 60fps needs a very expensive graphics card and that too is only possible in some few games. Hence, on demanding titles, Xbox One X can only do 30fps at 4K.


The Xbox one X came out around November 2017, its not five years old, its only only just over 2 1/4 years old.

Its also not the case that the Xbox ONne can only do 4k OR 60FPS, Games can run at 4k and 60 FPS, Gears 5 and Halo Master cheif collection both do. Not all may do so, some are 4k or 60FPS and you choose your mode, it depends on the studio that made them how much time and work they wanted to put in on the Xbox Enhanced versions.

However the hardware is not important, Game programmers for console know exactly what hardware it will run on, if it does run well its entirely down to the programmers, its not like they had to adapt the game for different hardware, or graphics card drivers.
Edited by: "gavin1" 15th Jan
gavin113/01/2020 20:35

The Xbox one X came out around November 2017, its not five years old, its …The Xbox one X came out around November 2017, its not five years old, its only only just over 2 1/4 years old.Its also not the case that the Xbox ONe can only do 4k OR 60FPS, Games can run at 4k and 60 FPS, Gears 5 and Halo Master cheif collection both do. Not all may do so, some are 4k or 60FPS and you choose your mode, it depends on the studio that made them how much time they work theywanted to put in on the Xbox Enhanced versions.However the hardware is not important, Game programmers for console know exactly what hardware it will run on, if it doens run well itd entirely dowm to the programmers, its not like they had to adapt the game for different hardware, or graphics card drivers.


Erm it's completely false to say the hardware isn't important.
SlowBandit14/01/2020 17:26

Erm it's completely false to say the hardware isn't important.


How?

Game programmers who develop for a console know *exactly* what hardware is in the console, there are three version of the Xbox One, the Original Xbox One, the Xbox One S and the Xbox One X. The Xbox One S Digital is pretty much the S without the drive.

A console player can't add more memory, add other software that may affect the device, change the CPU/Graphics card or the alter the chip speeds. The only thing that is out of the developers hands is internet cnnection speed.

If a game plays badly on any console (Xbox or Playstation) then its something that the developers *would* have picked up in testing. If they programmed a game thats too demanding for the console its playing on they would known that at testing and need to resolve it before shipping.


On a PC its a very different story, the developers have no idea what hardware they PC will have but the console is pretty much a fixed box in terms of hardware spec.
Edited by: "gavin1" 15th Jan
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