THE PCG Q&AFind all previous editions of the PCG Q&A here. Some highlights:How do you feel about the state of VR in 2020?Which videogame gang would you join?Where should Assassin’s Creed be set next?One of our team plays games muted on the weekends to avoid attracting the attention of his children and because “putting headset on wastes precious seconds”. Dark Souls players swear it’s easier to win boss fights with the music off, and James would like to mute at least one character in Genshin Impact. What about you?Do you ever play games with the sound or music off?Here are our answers, plus a few from our forum.Alan Dexter: It really does depend on the game. I played World of Warcraft for years with no sound at all (apart from raiding, where I’d have Teamspeak on, but still no in game audio). I had the master volume at zero, and even experienced cutscenes purely through the magic of subtitles. I found the audio added very little to the game, plus given I prefer to use speakers this was out of respect for the other people in the house. First-person shooters are a different beast entirely: the likes of Apex Legends is… Read full this story
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