- Oct 19, 2001
I've never had issues with GMG and have even received codes early for pre-installs.
Exactly how I feel. The trend of putting so much content in DLCs has strongly disincentivized me from buying games on release. I get a much better experience, at a lower cost, if I just wait six months to a year to buy a game, and Steam sales and Humble Bundles has made it so that there is almost no chance of me running out of quality games to play in the meantime. There is literally more games being made than I could possibly play.I'll wait for the DLC and pick up a complete pack. /patientgamer
I use GMG all the time, they are reputable and excellent. I find they generally send the codes a day before release so you may be able to pre-load. It does seem to vary a bit though. But I have always gotten the keys on release day at the absolute latest.Yeah same here. I usually buy directly through Steam but the 27% off either version was too hard to pass up so I went with the Deluxe Edition.
How is GMG when it comes to sending out activation codes in time to preload or even play on release day?
The game is really fun but holy shit the performance is terrible. Maxed out I can't even reach 60fps during missions and in the Avenger my performance is in the 20s. I'm only playing at 1920x1080 as well....On a bloody 980 ti. What the hell Firaxis?