This week has been released Wo Long: Fallen Dynastynew Team Ninja IP repeating the “soulslike” style with lots of action, lots of “parries” and a confusing story of fantasy and samurai.
Wo Long Fallen Dynasty comes after Sekiro and although it doesn’t reach the level of FromSoftware, it is a highly recommended action game, especially if you liked Nioh.
Currently, it has a 81 on Metacritica very positive assessment… that contrasts with what happens on Steam, where 68% of reviews are mixed or negative.
Analysis of Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty
What happened to Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty on PC?
Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty sale en PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S y PC.
But as frequently happens (it also happened in Hogwarts Legacy) the console version has been pampered more than the PC portand Wo Long players on Steam have been met with a version that doesn’t measure up.
“To say that it’s unplayable is an exaggeration, but reaching 60 fps is ridiculous, you have to wait a couple of patches to see if they fix it,” says one of the most voted helpful reviews on Steam (“don’t miss the season pass on day one, ridiculous,” he adds).
Another user says that when they fix the problems it will change their thumbs down: visual bugs and no 120fps option.
to another it takes 3-5 minutes to enter“the command controls are indicated to you with those of the Playstation, (it is not something extremely horrible but it does drive me a little crazy)”, and he also complains about the “insufficient” graphics for a game running at just over 30 fps.
The vast majority of reviews are negative, from users who claim to have a sufficient PC according to the requirements, but have to play it in Low mode, and with regular crashes.
We will be keeping an eye on Team Ninja, because it seems that a patch is inevitable…and maybe right now Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty is not the most recommended option to play on PC.
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