What kind of DRM does it currently use?
And how exactly do I download the demo? I understand that I have to register it in game, but all of the download links seem to take me to the 1.017 demo.
An unlimited demo? AWESOME! Now I can keep playing. I really enjoyed the demo a few months back when I tried it. I had instantly made a few friends on the servers and was sad to tell them I had to stop playing.
If any of you RO2 guys play this regularly let me know what servers.
Yes, exactly! Before the demo was limited to 14 days so using one of those upgrade packages allowed you to play unlimited - something you have anyway now, so buying any other plane will upgrade your game to the "full" version.Just a quick question. The only difference between RoF ICE and the "demo" is that ICE contains two more planes, correct? So I can essentially keep the "demo" and then buy whatever planes of my choice to make it a "retail" version right? I like this method. I can research and see which planes I'd rather have for the same price.
I think it's your processor that is the bottleneck. I have a GTX 260 as well and it runs fine except for on the ground level -- about 15 fps. Once I'm up in the air, though, I get a solid 30 or more FPS with all the graphics on max. The difference is I have an i7 930 and I think, like most flight sims, the game is processor heavy.Just downloaded the "demo". Have not played it very much, but it does require a hefty system. Brings my GTX 260, 4GB DDR2 RAM and AMD 965 to its knees at the highest settings at 1680x1050. Hopefully my CPU is decent enough so if I upgrade my video card it will run good. Load times can be a bit of a pain to.
This is such a good game, also the Fokker DVIIF > all.
It's damn near impossible to play with arrow keys or the mouse. I've tried, but you really need to a joystick to get the most out of the game.