Too bad my ultrawide setup I had for Elite is now packed up for construction in the house. :/
I have only one. Fork a realism-based high fidelity version called No Man's 'Verse and put Star Citizen out of its misery once and for all.And I have a question - if you could choose
threefour changes to the game, what would they be? (Imagine HG are reading!)
I concur with what PiLhEaD said, I've get pop up with a 6gb GTX1060 (just noticed the edit and I'l try ultra).QUESTIONS
Your puny ship offends me!...My ship can do 300ly jumps on it's own but I'd rather a final black hole to get me closer than 4000ly)....
heh yeah I havn't really been "playing" the game on survival, just heading towards the centre slowly but surely, I'll get some more Hyperdrive upgrades then set course. Not looking forward to trying it permadeath though, it's been a bit of a slog mainly looking at the jump loading screens.Your puny ship offends me!
(I'm channelling my inner Vy'keen. Good luck, happy trails, and may the odds be ever in your.... ...sorry wrong franchise...)
Surely instancing at the hub/anomaly is not limited to launcher preferenceI'm playing on GoG and since 2.13 and now 2.14 I'm not seeing ANY other players at the hub/Anomaly.
I used to see and chat to plenty of other players and it was nice to trade things. Has anyone else noticed the same?
E. Just popped to the GoG forum and it's a common complaint - so not just me!
The GoG forum for NMS has a thread where all are saying the same thing, and saying that Steam forums report no such thing.Surely instancing at the hub/anomaly is not limited to launcher preference
Fair enough. I would just assume the game would just hook up to the NMS server whatever the launcher. Never occurred to me that it would be akin to consoleThe GoG forum for NMS has a thread where all are saying the same thing, and saying that Steam forums report no such thing.
It's worth noting that multiplayer came late to GoG, and a while after Steam, so it seems completely plausible that a multiplayer issue unique to GoG has been introduced.
To assume that all launchers/infrastructures are the same is simply wrong - Steam has its own built-in multiplayer infrastructure, completely different to GoG (which as best I know doesn't have one at all).
Not the case, or so it seems, but it's an interesting point - I'll have to ask next time I see another player but I'd guess we're segregated. On the plus side I'm guessing HG will sort it soon as it's such an obvious mishtyrk....I would just assume the game would just hook up to the NMS server whatever the launcher....