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    Quote Originally Posted by DerPopo View Post
    In general, the AMD 2200G and 2400G iGPUs are relatively good budget gaming options (i.e. 720p low for heavier titles), but likely don't cut it in 7dtd.
    As a very rough estimate, the 2200G is about 50% faster than the 940MX laptop GPU according to userbenchmark; given that my 940MX laptop gets 15-25fps (clearly GPU bottlenecked) at 900p Low without zombie activity, you likely won't reach 30fps in more crowded situations with the 2200G. Also, Low settings look horrible.

    For a playable experience at medium settings, GTX 1050/RX 560 are the baseline I think. If your budget allows, better go for GTX 1050Ti or RX 570, the latter being quite a bit faster in most cases. I recommend taking a look at proper GPU performance comparisons such as this one.
    So is it possible in the future with the pc I got I can just update the graphic card I’m new to all this I just really wanna play alpha 17 so I got a cheap gaming pc what I fort hopefully in the future I can upgrade and also I really appreciate sylen and you’re help thank you

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    Meanwhile we all made it so far that community members recommend hardware specs for the PC version in the console section. Cheers.

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    still can not understand how a company that no longer exists can retain publication rights on a game!

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    Quote Originally Posted by hugojheredia View Post
    still can not understand how a company that no longer exists can retain publication rights on a game!
    Because it all depends on how a contract is worded and done? If you give someone the rights to do something in this case a console version then that person then has those rights to that version. They do still exists even if someone/a few are behind closed doors wrapping up loose ends in this case this game. If TFP didn't care about console at all and let it go then technically the owner/owners could take the rights home with them and do nothing at all with it if they wanted. It has happened before and it has happened before with companies that sold off the rights to another company that just puts it on a shelf and never touches it again. But luckily for us TFP do care and are currently working on getting the console rights to them so they can either handle it themselves or find someone else to handle it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hugojheredia View Post
    still can not understand how a company that no longer exists can retain publication rights on a game!
    You're wrong.
    The company is still running, still alive, but cancels or finish existing contracts without taking new ones.
    That's the source of the problem, a fully closed or bankrupt (chapter 11 or 6) status company would have been easier to deal with.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hugojheredia View Post
    still can not understand how a company that no longer exists can retain publication rights on a game!
    they still exist, they just have a staff less then 20 people and are no longer developing games. the only reason they are alive is because people still buy games that they were involved in.

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    didn't read all the way down my bad

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    Happy 1 year since last update anniversary!

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