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I have a xbox one and a pc. My PC is a stock i5 3570k, HD7870, and 8GB RAM.
What version should I buy for better experience?
Well no one can say for sure, because either version could be horribly unoptimized and run like snail... But I'd probably say the PC.
The consoles don't even have a dedicated graphics card and I would just think a PC with a decent card will always perform better. Not to mention the GPU equivalent of the XboxOne/PS4 is roughly on-par with a 750Ti, and your card is a better performer than that one. Your CPU is significantly better than the console CPUs, as well.
Not to mention you get the added benefit of PC-mods. They say consoles will get mods, too.... But I still have yet to figure out how that is going to happen. It will be nothing but a nightmare, I think. Over half of them probably won't even work on consoles, and a large number of the ones that do will probably cause crashes/stuttering. Consoles just aren't designed for mods... I don't ever see it working well.
Why do people even ask about their PC before a game comes out with no reviews or anything? My pc meets everything on the recommended specs. Does that mean it will run? Yes, to a degree. Do I know how well? No. For the love of all that is gaming glory WAIT until after release until you ask about your PC.
Looks like I'll be able it play on low. I was planning to upgrade my graphics card to a GTX960 (I now have a GTX650). My processor is an i5 3350P though(3.1ghz quad), will I have to upgrade that soon too or should I be able to handle high with that processor and a 960?
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