I still don't know for which system i will buy this one: PS4 or the PC? I have a high-end PC but still... can't make a choice :)
Where is your PC? Where is your PS4? Will you have friends playing on one platform or the other? Which system do you prefer to play on? Are Trophies important to you?
You are going to get the full Watch Dogs experience no matter what system you buy the game for, it is just a matter of personal preference.
We can't really decide which you'd prefer to play on... I mean, how much do you care about graphics? Can your PC even fully handle the game? What controls do you prefer? Is online play for this game important to you? So here's my honest, but unhelpful, answer: choose for yourself.
Yeah I agree with everyone in else here too. It's all up to what/ and or where you prefer playing it on. It might feel like a hard choice but for me personally I'll be getting it on the PS4. I have the choice of Xbox One or PC too but I have a few factors to weigh in.
First of all to be perfectly honest my PC setup will never match the comfort of how my consoles are set up in my house. Sitting back on that recliner, playing on a 60" screen is heaven.
Now yes sure, some of you might say "you can set up your PC that way too" but truth of the fact is I can't. My internet is slow enough as it is, so if I hooked it up to my TV I'd need to run my PC through wireless which just wouldn't work for me.
Regardless of where you're playing it on, you are playing the same game. Judging by Assassins Creed 4 I doubt the graphical difference will be that different between the PS4 and PC versions of the game. But besides graphics, on the PC you can also do mods, so think about that too.
@BattleSpectre: I don't understand how it's aby different hooking your pc up to your TV or a console. If you Internet is slow it will be slow on both platforms.
You don't need to be online to play it.
Because right now my PC is using a wired connection to my internet. Wired is much faster than wireless as you know (it's got nothing to do about my TV).
What I meant was, If I hooked up my PC to my TV right now it'd be further away from the wall and I could not use a wired connection anymore, and wireless would not work for me when it comes to the internet in general. (I use my PC for a lot more than just gaming).
I think it's more about "omg teh grafix" lol. As you've probably seen Assassins Creed 4 on the PS4 when compared to the PC version keeps up very well graphically, and the differences are only very minor. I believe that's what they meant by bad port.
Use your keyboard!
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