…OUTRIDERS to work. I’m not gonna snarl over it, because first-day stuff happens; but I’m just getting a black screen. I am on the verge of uninstalling, then installing the game again, just on general principles. In fact, strike that: I might as well just go ahead and do that now. Grr. Arrgh.
Lots of QOL repairs, apparently. I haven’t checked it out yet because the patch is pretty damn big, too (almost 29 gigs). Although… is that big, these days? A game that size would have been starkly incomprehensible to me, twenty years ago, let alone a patch.
PS: The Cyberpunk 2077 patch is so late because some hackers decided to try and do some ransomware. …And there’s been nothing on that story since. It’s interesting, really.
I missed last week, but I’m looking forward to it tonight. I’ve kind of gotten into watching e-racing, mostly because the stream’s funny. No sponsorship this season, though. I think they did it, and it was fun, and now they’re not real interested in doing it for a while. Which is cool. At least I actually got to do it.
…That’s a really messed up game, man. I’m not saying I’m not having fun with Outriders, because I am. But the tonal shift was kind of epic. I’m giving serious consideration to picking up the full game… and keeping my kid away from it.
It looks like a scary course and bad weather tonight, so it’s gonna be a fun race at Gabir Motors tonight! I don’t know if any of my sponsored cars will make an appearance, though. Tonight is gonna be a silly race.
Overall: CYBERPUNK 2077 is a good concept and a good game, but it needed a bit more quality control work before release. I’m not being facetious, by the way: I know that the console versions were disastrous. But since I bought it for PC (and made sure I had a machine that could run it), I’m pretty much shrugging that off.
The sponsorship had contracted for four cars, four weeks, and that ended last week. Tonight’s is more or less the last race of the season; next week there’s a silly car race, and they start the new one two weeks from now. I’ll know then if I’ll be doing a sponsorship under the new rates. In the mean time… I’ve kind of gotten into watching the races. They’re fun. Some good folks doing ’em, too.