No one cared about KoA when it was new; wonder why they think "Now with slightly crisper graphics" is going to be a big draw.
They seem to be re-releasing a lot of old games, remastering them...and now going a step further and then even expanding on them.
They did this w/ Titan Quest Anniversary (adding Atlantis & Ragnarok DLC's); and now it looks like they are also going the same route w/ KOA:RR with also Fatesworn DLC.
And I'm guessing everyone has to rebuy it at the low low price of $60. Also, this sale is so bad I've forgotten to do the queue for cards. Did it once or twice but I haven't really been paying attention.
Though, Nordic has also given away TQ Anniversary Edition for TQ Gold owners on Steam; Darksiders 2 Remaster (for OG Darksiders owners) on Steam; and even RF:Guerrilla Re-Mars-Tered for RF: Guerilla old version owners on Steam.
Doesn't mean they will do that w/ KOA:RR for KOA:R Complete owners on Steam (or Origin) though. We might have to re-buy it all; who knows. [shrug]
What I could see Nordic doing, though - the upgrade to new version is free for old edition owners...but new DLC's/expansions you will have to pay for - i.e. I got TQ: Anniversary for free for owning TQ: Gold on Steam - but I will have to buy Ragnarok DLC and/or Atlantis DLC's.
Just got my first 144 Hz FreeSync monitor and I think 60 FPS is completely ruined for me now.
Yep, high framerates w/ an A-Syncing method (like Free-Sync and G-Sync) will ruin 60fps gaming. It's just much better and a whole new ballgame, IMHO. So much smoother, even if you catch massive framerate dips...as you still might not even notice it, unless you look at or catch the change in the framerate - i.e. you have 120 fps and got slapped to 90fps, you might not even notice the hit. No input lag, no performance lag, nothing..