The game looks nice based on the video and reviewers so far seem to give it a good rating.
Always looking to fill that insatiable hunger for more RPGs lol.
Wishlisted for now.
To echo eric5h5 time and technology does indeed march on, though there are times I wish I could rewind. :)
Witcher 3 is probably what got me to upgrade eventually in 2016. I loved the 80's and 90s, but realistically it's tough to play newer games without upgrades if they add all the bells and whistles that makes us want to try it out.
Take Cyberpunk 2077 for instance. I have a 1080 Classified GPU, but if I want to play it at its best setting, I'd need RTX 3080 for RT Ultra or RTX 2060 for RT Minimum. Sadly, none of those are an option for me right now lol.
I still got the game and will enjoy it at the lower "Recommended" setting. Maybe in the future I'll replay it once I can afford to upgrade, likely by then it'll be a QPX 3080, a Quantum Processer GPU (made that up btw lol).
As to your other questions, I'm curious as well.
It does appear quite Open World though, so that may be a hint that it isn't linear. I would prefer a non-linear game myself. Though party limits and level caps don't bother me as much, given how enjoyable games like Dragon's Dogma are.
I've ruined my experiences too much in the past by focusing on min/maxing, attributes, skills, level caps, etc. and ended up wasting a lot hours I could have put towards additional games.
I'm not getting any younger and my backlog will likely never be finished in this lifetime. So best not to linger, at least imho. :)
EDIT: Damn, I just realized my PC is already 5 years old lol. Time sure flies!
Post edited June 11, 2021 by gog2002x