Shit man, if you started gaming in the 5th gen you've been going from 20fps with dips to 60fps lol. I don't get the "I can't handle 30fps" cats. Only exception for me is a bayonetta/Devil may cry style action game, one of the reasons I didn't like Astral chain (besides being bootleg anime bayonetta) was 30fps. Or fighters at 30fps, though what fighter is 30fps nowadays?Were 60fps games invented in 2020 or something?
I get that you now have the option to slap it on almost everything but presumably you've been playing 60fps games and then going back to some at 30fps for a long time
My answer is no, because of the above, I've been playing stuff at 30/60/higher for years, Miles Morales still felt great in quality mode the first time I played through the game
I still play at 60fps on PC, mainly because i'm a couch gamer due to a back problem, and game on a 60hz tv. Plus i also like the nice medium between a solid 60fps, and high settings/resolution.Consoles are so far behind the curve that didn't realize most pc gamers have moved well beyond 60fps. 60 is the bare minimum anymore. It's practically the new 30. The fact that people are still wallowing in the sludge of 30 fps is sad.
Going back and forth between the two makes 30fps feels broken. However, when you game mostly on console you can kind of get used to it (as you were before).But earlier this month when Sony gave out the 2014 Ratchet and Clank I figured I'd load it up and finally finish/platinum it before the PS5 game comes out in June...and it felt like a slog at 30fps. After being spoiled by next-gen and almost everything (looking at you Watch_Dogs: Legion) having a 60fps option, it's just not easy going back to 30fps gaming.
He's not entirely wrong really. At least in fast paced MP games like Apex , Warzone, PoE or even Dota, 60fps actually feels sluggish. I can't even imagine playing at anything less than 100fps anymore on these titles.This is completely false.
At least you tried.
More like wtf is 60fps?PC gamers: Who the hell is 30fps?