For budget hardware, 2021 is such a bad year that even LowSpec players have given up

Six years ago, a company named Low-profile players Debut with a video on how to do it Run Batman: Arkham Origins on a low-end PCIts host, Alex, was born in Venezuela, where the top gaming hardware could not be bought. His subsequent video on how to downgrade the game by adjusting configuration files, modules and other hackers proved to be equally useful to the global poor student audience. It breaks up children, and anyone who can’t afford high-end gaming equipment. Even players with ample cash can be happy to see what happens, for example, Red Dead Redemption 2 when faces become optional extras.

Things are different these days. Although the shortage of components makes it difficult to obtain the best kits, hardware manufacturers have not fully succumbed to budget alternatives (AMD just released the RX 6500 XT, a graphics card priced at $199, but we will see them in the library How long to keep in storage). This should be the best time for games that can be adjusted enough to run on a variety of hardware, but they are not released in this way.