As many gamers will know, before the release of video games, the main developers in the industry send copies to the specialized press, so that they can play the titles and have their reviews ready days before they go on sale. Although sometimes, there are creators who send these copies for review on the same day of release, as it has also happened that developers definitely do not send them or only do it but only to a part of the press.
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Something that can be quite frowned upon because by limiting media input before launch, for many it could mean that they want something hidden before players buy the game on launch day. This is what is happening with Forspoken, a game developed by Luminous Productions and published by Square Enix for PC and PlayStation 5, which will go on sale on January 24, 2023 and will not be reviewed before its release by the main gaming media. .
As they have been able to find out on the Areajugones site, emblematic sites such as VGC, Windows Central, Eurogamer or RPG Site have been left out of the press that received review codes, in order to deliver their advanced opinions.
Situation that, as indicated on this site and some players, smells quite bad since it could mean that the game is not of the expected quality, as it could also point to a possible bad optimization on PC.
Thought that to finish, it has also been fed by seeing the high requirements that Forspoken asks for to play this platform in 4K resolution and at 60 FPS, among which an Intel Core i7-12700K, an NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4080 16 GB and 32GB of RAM stand out. .
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