I don't know, lol, I don't have that issue. I use it to zoom ahead, see what I'm facing, then I use it to give commands and position my characters. Some fights I couldn't have won without it honestly. Only issue with it I've had is when it doesn't go far out enough to target a distant enemy. Though to be fair, it's usually because I'm trying to be a cheap whore, lol, but this is on hard.I'm not far in but I think I'm probably going to end up putting it on easy and soldiering through. How are you even using the tactical camera? It's useless. It swings around wildly, you can't really do anything in it anyway, then it gets stuck on something and instead of looking at the field you're looking at the inside of a statue.
Lol unfortunately, that's probably good advice. Whoever mentioned it was odd seeing them whip out a controller and talk about pressing A on the PC pandering trailer... lol they called it way back when.Ah yes. Some nobs on BSN were saying "PC elitists, buy a controller." :rebel:
Good to know thanks.Shit, that driver really did the trick. Game looks even better now. Crisp.
If I want to use a controller I'll play on my Wii U or PS3 thanks. He sounds more elitist than who he's accusing.Ah yes. Some nobs on BSN were saying "PC elitists, buy a controller." :rebel:
I hope this is in Witcher 3 favor.I've heard from multiple people that the game feels like an MMO and that the story picks up
roughly 5-10 hours into the game.
But to be completely honest, a well designed game should do that from the first minute onward.
I still think DA:I will be fun to play, but to me it's no rival to the Witcher 3 - at least from what I've seen ~