Patch 3 Notes - December 13

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« Reply #300 on: January 05, 2019, 01:23:19 PM »
You guys obviously are not on ps4.   I did check out the pc version with a mouse and the game definitely plays much more challenging over there.   If I had never played the game on ps4 I probably never would have made one comment about the gameplay being too easy.  And, would be discussing as all of you have been the intricacies of how to tweak it and what feels really good and what does not.  I certainly would never have referred to it as arcade or easy. However you want to term it.
   Problem is I only have a laptop pc and its not as much fun as sitting down in front of a big screen tv on ps4  playing a round.
  Not trying to offend anyone.  Very picky about difficulty and golf games / my #1 interest

Have you tried using a controller on the PC?  I'd be curious how the PC game with controller compares to PS4 with controller.

PC controller and XB1X with controller are very similar for me.

I have PS4 and PC with an XB1 Elite controller and with recent patches, my opinion is that they have gotten more consistent to each other.

Good to hear.  The only thing I notice between the two platforms is that the game is MUCH snappier on my PC but I'd expect that because my PC is a fairly high spec machine and I also play with a wired XB1 controller on there so virtually no lag.  Honestly, it almost seems TOO snappy on the PC after playing on the XB1X. 

I prefer playing on the XB1X at this point mostly because it's on a MUCH larger screen, it's in 4K and it's just more comfortable/casual and I have a good surround setup via my XB1X.
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« Reply #301 on: January 05, 2019, 01:31:55 PM »

Good to hear.  The only thing I notice between the two platforms is that the game is MUCH snappier on my PC but I'd expect that because my PC is a fairly high spec machine and I also play with a wired XB1 controller on there so virtually no lag.  Honestly, it almost seems TOO snappy on the PC after playing on the XB1X. 

I prefer playing on the XB1X at this point mostly because it's on a MUCH larger screen, it's in 4K and it's just more comfortable/casual and I have a good surround setup via my XB1X.

I now own both the PC and XBox One X versions of the game, and even though they're both connected to the same 55" 4K UHD HDTV and home theater surround system, I find myself playing the XBox One X version 95% of the time.  Yes, the frame rate is much faster on the PC and I can customize the resolution and graphics detail to my liking, but there's some sort of inexplicable, organic look and feel to the game on the One X that has me in its spell.  It also helps that most of my golf gaming friends and favorite Societies are only on the X.

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« Reply #302 on: January 05, 2019, 02:02:57 PM »
The only real downside to the XB1X is that I have to share screen time with the family!  LOL!  With my gaming laptop I can play while still hanging out with the family while the kids watch their shows and what not.  But it's all good.  I really don't have a ton of time to play anyway.  My 5 kids keep me plenty busy!
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« Reply #303 on: January 05, 2019, 02:15:29 PM »
i'll tell you what, putting with no grids and no putting distance control marker can be a real challenge , especially on faster greens.  that's a good thing!
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« Reply #304 on: January 07, 2019, 07:48:27 AM »
i'll tell you what, putting with no grids and no putting distance control marker can be a real challenge , especially on faster greens.  that's a good thing!

It was harder in TGC2.

 

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