If someone had the Rune version of the game, what do they need to run the updates to get to at least have fsr2 in the game?

  • @Chais@sh.itjust.works
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    3 months ago

    Buy it. Larian is a small studio that put a lot of effort and love into that game. If you like what they do, support them. You can get it DRM free on GOG, so you get to actually own it.

    • @M500OP
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      23 months ago

      I intend to buy it, but I wanted to see how it runs on steamdeck first.

      • @Chais@sh.itjust.works
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        23 months ago

        ProtonDB says it’s decent, the game is Steamdeck verified plus you can return it with under two hours playtime, so I’d just buy it.
        Any upgrade path with a pirated version should be completely irrelevant.

        • @ccdfa@lemm.ee
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          23 months ago

          Yeah no reason not to just buy this one. DRM free and a well-made game. If piracy is a service issue, the service isn’t a problem on this one imo

          • @M500OP
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            23 months ago

            First of all, I can evaluate whether I like the game or not, see if it runs well enough for me. I know Steam has a 2 hour window for a refund, but that it less convenient than testing the. Game in other ways.

      • @projectilecomet@lemmy.zip
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        03 months ago

        Steam has a 2 week refund policy, as long as you’ve played for less than 2 hours of game time. Buy it and try it, if unhappy refund it

        • @M500OP
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          13 months ago

          That’s less convenient and doesn’t give much time to evaluate the game tbh.

      • @M500OP
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        13 months ago

        Thanks! I thought it was weird to get that message on this thread.

      • @Chais@sh.itjust.works
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        3 months ago

        It’s not about being helpful in the sense of just answering the question at hand. If OP just wanted the question answered they can just Google it. Instead I wanted to offer an alternative, low risk solution.
        While Ubisoft, EA and consorts can easily stomach some piracy and still crank out “AAA” titles in a 6-months interval, it hurts small studios relatively more. Buying and returning, on the other hand, offers a way to give feedback to the studio via the return reason and costs just as little as piracy.

    • @M500OP
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      53 months ago

      Thanks!!

  • @zbynaCool
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    22 months ago

    I would recommend checking the megathread for gaming piracy since on here you will have hard time getting actual unbiased information