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    Medal of Honor: Above and Beyond has lofty PC specs

    VR game is a 170GB download, requires an 8C/16T Core i7, and RTX 2080, or equivalent.
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    Re: Medal of Honor: Above and Beyond has lofty PC specs

    All that for what looks like a DX9 game from ten years ago...

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    Re: Medal of Honor: Above and Beyond has lofty PC specs

    What's with the Harry Potter kid that keeps cropping up in the trailer?
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    Re: Medal of Honor: Above and Beyond has lofty PC specs

    I can only assume it is to ensure that the fps stay high for smooth vr? I think you're supposed to need approx 90 fps for a good VR experience, so maybe those specs are based around delivering a solid min 90 fps at a decent resolution. Otherwise the specs and the visuals seem way out of step, which is not what we'd expect from Respawn.

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    Re: Medal of Honor: Above and Beyond has lofty PC specs

    Isent it the original medal of honor game converted.
    And spices up a little, for instance with red tail fly boys to satisfy the BLM people and the people who cater to them.

    Okay maybe red tails was in the original it have been quite a few years since i played it.

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    Re: Medal of Honor: Above and Beyond has lofty PC specs

    I quite like the art style - Respawn's graphics in TitanFall 1/2 weren't exactly cutting edge, but the games themselves were both very nicely done - with tonnes of nuance to the controls & tactics... kept me interested way longer than most games.

    I wont dwell on what I thought of Fallen Order - after a strong opening level, that game didn't feel very Star Wars to me at all - but the graphics were slick. So on balance, I'm more into gameplay and feel than graphics (and don't get me started on the steaming piles of crud that the Dice renditions of BattleFront became - all fur coat and no knickers).

    One small note to the editor: the specs I've seen suggested the Quest and Quest2 headsets are both supported as well (via the requisite link cable).

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    Re: Medal of Honor: Above and Beyond has lofty PC specs

    An i7-9700K isn't a 16T CPU.

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    Re: Medal of Honor: Above and Beyond has lofty PC specs

    Quote Originally Posted by Gentle Viking View Post
    Isent it the original medal of honor game converted.
    And spices up a little, for instance with red tail fly boys to satisfy the BLM people and the people who cater to them.

    Okay maybe red tails was in the original it have been quite a few years since i played it.
    Why is it that people with really questionable viewpoints never seem to be able to spell?

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    Re: Medal of Honor: Above and Beyond has lofty PC specs

    Quote Originally Posted by tharfcake View Post
    Why is it that people with really questionable viewpoints never seem to be able to spell?
    Does "Viking" not tell you this isn't his first language?

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    Re: Medal of Honor: Above and Beyond has lofty PC specs

    Very much looking forward to this

    Small correction to the article - you will also be able to play this on an Oculus Quest or Quest 2 via Oculus Link (i.e. a USB3 cable)

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    Re: Medal of Honor: Above and Beyond has lofty PC specs

    Quote Originally Posted by Airwave View Post
    An i7-9700K isn't a 16T CPU.
    Indeed, 8 cores yes but single threaded only.

    So they have lost at least 80% of sales with those specs I reckon.

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    Re: Medal of Honor: Above and Beyond has lofty PC specs

    Quote Originally Posted by tharfcake View Post
    Why is it that people with really questionable viewpoints never seem to be able to spell?
    For the same reasons that grammar-nazis usually cannot even capitalise their own usernames, I imagine...
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    Re: Medal of Honor: Above and Beyond has lofty PC specs

    Quote Originally Posted by Ttaskmaster View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by tharfcake View Post
    Why is it that people with really questionable viewpoints never seem to be able to spell?
    For the same reasons that grammar-nazis usually cannot even capitalise their own usernames, I imagine...
    That's a stylistic choice... little redundant to point that out really Especially given that, and not wanting to get too political here, he's right in as much as, generally speaking, those that are against BLM/comfortable with/pro racism/flat-earthers/climate change deniers/holocaust deniers/QAnon-ers/etc/etc have poor educations and cannot spell - there absolutely IS a commonality to "questionable opinions" and the inability to spell.

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    Re: Medal of Honor: Above and Beyond has lofty PC specs

    Just to make sure i have no problem with BLM, actually i am serious about ALM.
    But i do have a problem with some things, like a new movie that got pulled for a exile Chinese actor in it making a joke about knees, which somehow offend the Entire country of China.
    So now that scene have gotten the axe.

    Now i would wholeheartedly support any Chinese personally getting offended of that joke, and not going to the cinema to see it.
    But the film company doing self censoring like that i do have a problem with ( minor problem of course )
    And my problem only grow in size when the matter get political and those guys try to pull wool over your eyes on the behalf of some cause they sympathize with.

    And i liked the original MOH game, played it multiplayer for many 100 hours.

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    Re: Medal of Honor: Above and Beyond has lofty PC specs

    Quote Originally Posted by tharfcake View Post
    Why is it that people with really questionable viewpoints never seem to be able to spell?
    And how is your spelling in Danish?
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    Re: Medal of Honor: Above and Beyond has lofty PC specs

    Quote Originally Posted by Saracen999 View Post
    And how is your spelling in Danish?
    well the S is in there, but I can't see the other letters.

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