Newest developer Nioh Team Ninja’s Soulslike, Wu Long: Fallen DynastyHere, it offers a complex and challenging combat system and an equally evocative environment that is “a journey worth embarking on,” as Polygon said in our review of the game. But the Windows PC version of Wu Long: Fallen Dynasty It doesn’t sit well with many players on Steam, making it the latest in a growing line of games that don’t perform well on PC.
PC version of Wu Long: Fallen Dynasty It now has over 3,000 user reviews, which skew “mostly negative,” According to the Steam listing for the game. While many players acknowledge that the content and gameplay Wu Long High quality, PC port performance and mouse and keyboard controls don’t match its production values. “A good game buried deep in the biggest PC port disaster I’ve ever seen,” reads a popular review.
Many Steam user reviews complain about lag, stuttering, crashes, and low frame rates. Others blow up the game controls when you use a mouse and keyboard instead of a gamepad. Another review says: “Unbearable mouse camera control with appalling dead zone and weird inertia”.
Other players say they are waiting for the next update from developer Team Ninja. Polygon has reached out to publisher Koei Tecmo for comment on the PC version, and will update this story when the company responds.
Wu Long: Fallen DynastyPC problems are the latest example of an unwelcome trend for PC gaming. The latest high-profile games, incl wild hearts (also produced by Koei Tecmo) and Callisto protocol They released mixed or negative reviews from players for their performance.
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