While critically acclaimed, Team Ninja’s (authors of the Nioh dilogy) RPG action Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty is in steam It has “predominantly negative” reviews. PC players downgraded the rating due to numerous technical issues.
As of this writing, the game has received over 3,300 reviews, which is a 33% rating. One of the main complaints is problems with the camera when using the keyboard and mouse, but they also complain of poor optimization, image stuttering, crashes after loading saves, and even an inability to start. “Don’t buy if you play with keyboard and mouse”— wrote CHEMICAL. It is noteworthy that the problems described were present in the demo.
Players are wondering why the developers released the game in such a state after the PC version of Nioh 2 didn’t have any serious technical flaws. At the same time, some recalled that the first Nioh had no mouse support at all at launch (it added one a few weeks later).
However, some users have reported no performance issues: one of them explained about smooth 120 fps on NVIDIA GeForce 3070 Ti and AMD Ryzen 5900X, other – approx. 100-120 fps on NVIDIA GeForce 3060 and AMD Ryzen 7 3700 at maximum settings.
The developers have already responded to the complaints of the players – they apologized for the shortcomings and promised release a patch to fix the camera as soon as possible.
The game itself gets the most praise: you’ll notice the thrilling hardcore combat, the expressive atmosphere of fantasy Ancient China, and the successful combination of elements from Nioh and Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice. The problem with the camera for keyboard and mouse users is called almost the only fatal error.
Despite its state of the art, Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty is already Team Ninja’s top-grossing game in terms of concurrent users on Steam. reached online 75 906 Human (personal best of the original Nioh – 10 649Nioh 2- 41 325). However, the popularity of role-playing action on the site is already on the decline.
Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty is available today, March 3, for PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X and S, and Game Pass (Xbox and PC). A demo is available on all platforms.