Blackwake For fun multiplayer first-person action game developed by independent team Mastfire Studios. Gameplay in Blackwake focused on naval battles, in which up to 64 players can take part up to incarnated in the members of the crew of each vessel. On their shoulders rested the specific tasks - from the service department and conduct fire damage repair, patching the hull and getting pouring water below deck, delivering supplies and carrying out abordaży. Blackwake for PC Download A captain is elected from all team members, whose task is to coordinate the action team and the selection of tactics according to the prevailing situation at sea. What's interesting is that if you don't check it in that role, other players can always vote to replace it with something else. The whole is dynamically changing, changing weather conditions and an extensive set of modifications, which are vulnerable to individual ships.
In Blackwake action is presented from a first-person perspective. The game is based on naval battles, in which up to 64 players can participate incarnated in the crews of each ship. You face a variety of tasks - you need to deal with loading guns and carrying fire, as well as patching, patching the hull, pouring water to get below deck, stocking inventory, as well as carrying out abordaży. In the latter we can make use of both the saber and the musket. In addition, all party members elected a captain - his task is to coordinate activities and select team tactics according to the prevailing situation at sea; It is interesting that if you do not check it in this role, other players at any time can replace it with another on the way of voting. The game is quickly introduced changing weather conditions and the storm surge can be an additional difficulty for all participants in the network battle.
CPU: i5 2400, FX-6300
RAM: 8 GB
OS: Windows 7 64-bit, Windows 8 64-bit, Windows 10 64-bit
GPU: R9 270, GTX 660
HDD: 3 GB
Now, I’m not a huge fan of multiplayer. I get bored of doing the same thing over and over with very little persistence. So similar to Hearts of Iron IV, I might not be the target audience here. However I do like the idea of a pirate game and, as such, I was a bit eager to take a look at Blackwake.
There’s a big issue here. I don’t normally believe in Early Access game. I’m sure there are points where I have funded games in Early Access, but until a game is released it’s very hard to judge the final product. Blackwake Historically, I believe I’ve only bought one game in Early Access in the last couple of years, and that’s was Factorio, also the only game I reviewed in Early Access.
Yet, due to this being an early unlock I’m giving this game a proper review. I’m judging it on the quality of the game it is today, and not promises of the future or what might happen. Blackwake I don’t give it much leeway as you might see but ultimately the fact that it’s an early access game doesn’t mean I should change my standards.
The first thing I noticed about the game is that graphics in the game are actually quite nice. The game actually has good looking water, and the ships and players are well detailed. Blackwake In fact, I have to say I was impressed by the graphics. Though my framerate was very inconsistent, to the point that I had to change the graphics to 720p to record footage of the game because the 1080p resolution of the game had a number of hitches and low frame rate.
Now I know that the developers are probably working on generating new content and features for the game, and so optimization is not high on their list. Blackwake My computer is solid for their recommendations, and the hardware they’re asking for is quite old, but be aware that optimizations for that hardware don’t appear to be done and the game can run roughly. When I dropped my framerate down to 720p most of my trouble went away. Honestly, graphically, the game is impressive. It’s may not win awards for its graphics, but for a budget title that’s going for 20 dollars, the game does look quite good.