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[–] munk_e_man 0 points 28 points (+28|-0) ago 

Not to mention the freedom. Anytime a game offers this huge amount of customization and sandboxing, it comes at the expense of a bit of graphics. Modders will always be there for power PC gamers who have rigs able to handle intense graphics, but as someone with a pretty mediocre laptop I'm more excited that the game will actually be able to run on my computer.

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[–] ThePieAssassin 1 point 0 points (+1|-1) ago 

AAA title shouldn't have to sacrifice graphics. Maybe Potatostation or peasontbox, but come on.

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[–] ImmaBoat ago 

Yes let's sacrifice gameplay, freedom, sandboxing, and customization for shinies. /s

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[–] gagnorblu ago 

Oh, yeah. I'm trying to build my own desktop PC so I can start modding Bethesda games. That, and I'm getting sick of waiting forever on Xbox.

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[–] zenzimzaliben ago 

Witcher 3 breaks that rule.

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[–] munk_e_man 0 points 1 point (+1|-0) ago 

Yeah, Witcher 3 is an exception to a lot of rules. But whereas it looks like Fallout 4 will run on my laptop at medium to high spec, Witcher 3 struggles at even low spec. I think Bethesda is more interested in making sure as many people can play the game as possible, as opposed to focusing exclusively on performance.