Oh, I did, they glossed over the YT clip I made, then assumed it’s a DX issue seeing as I am on Win10 with DX12 instead of DX9… They forgot the part where DX9 installer will not run on Vista or newer as it does an OS version check during install., and that DX12 handled the game just fine in December.
They also asked if I was on wifi or wired, which honestly, if you’re playing single player, it should not matter as it never has in the past.
I haven’t gotten word back on my latest reply.
@Triad_Thunder Yeup, I am also on a satellite ISP, 600ms+. Never had this issue before. Easiest way is to kill your internet connection before it establishes a connection, also seems to get you into the game a good bit faster.
You could also add a firewall rule that blocks the game from going out, and anything coming in, but in my testing, it takes 5 to 10 minutes to get past the initial splash screen where it keeps trying to connect. But, the game does run decently after that.
Games like Borderlands I fell in love with, because they didn’t have this “always connected” stuff. I have always loved single player. But if this is also present in BL3… Yeah, not sure I want to buy BL3 at all at this point unless the issue isn’t present in that as well.