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 PC version of Assassins Creed 3 will be fine - briefly
(hx) 02:37 AM EST - Nov,14 2012
In a Reddit IAMA discussion, Ubisoft's employees have revealed some interesting new information about the PC version of Assassin's Creed 3. According to Gabe Graziani, Ubisoft's Community Developer, the PC version will be packed with DX11 features, and that all the bug fixes - that will be coming to the console versions - will be available from the get-go. Ubisoft's employees also stated that the controls of the PC version will be fine: "PC will be fine AFAIK in terms of mouse and keyboard; the frontier is by far my favourite of the new settings; I generally play as The Hunstman in MP! :)"

last 10 comments:
Koogle(05:51 AM EST - Nov,14 2012 )
there idea of fine, is crap to me.

TheSilentOne(02:26 PM EST - Nov,14 2012 )
what Koogle said x 1000 !

Csimbi(06:02 PM EST - Nov,14 2012 )
Fine? Yeah, that's Ubi all right. Anything fine to great means crap in their vocabulary.

Koogle(06:55 PM EST - Nov,14 2012 )
"PC will be fine AFAIK in terms of mouse and keyboard"

"there idea of fine, is crap to me."

AFAIK of course :D which going by any Ubi soft game is a safe bet.

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