Poor Quality, not what I would expect, stuttering, crashes, broken quests2 Likes/3 Replies/35 ViewsOriginal poster Rackiera 2 posts
This reminds me of RDR 3 on PC, 'no refunds' despite being requested, unplayable stuttering, tried every fix, no use, 'wait for patch to fix', didn't happen.
I hope Ubisoft is not going the same way, at the moment I would say 'unplayable' for me, I have tried all the listed 'fixes' for the problems and nothing works.
I have not even seen confirmation that the stuttering is a 'known issue' that they are looking to fix, I have my suspicions that the reason it's not listed is they can't, this is again the same as RDR 3, if you check the Steam ratings it's 'mixed', not because the game itself is bad in any way, just so badly optimized for PC.
Can we get an official comment that the 'stuttering', freeze's, lag are known issues and actually will be addressed sometime soon ?
dlmthree 77 posts
@rackiera Red Dead Redemption is at #2. Also I am looking at the reviews on Steam it's on the positive side, the main griefs being about Online.
I had the same issue at launch with stuttering which got rapidly fixed. Never had any issue or bug since then and I probably experienced like a couple of crashes in hundreds of hours.
Original poster Rackiera 2 posts
Your right actually about RDR 2 - Thanks for the correction, it has now gone to mostly positive, since being reduced in price and a further influx of players.
Maybe there was a further patch, I gave up after 3 installs and haven't tried since, will give it another go.
However the main point still stands, it was 'mixed' for a long time due to same issues as here, and to be honest maybe I expected more from Ubisoft, wanting to play without all the issues should
be standard as day one, not something that gets patched eventually.
It seems more and more AAA titles have these issues, I guess maybe that's how it is now, However I think the quality of the publisher will be judged on how fast they get fixed.