- OS: Windows 7+
- Processor: Intel Celeron G1820
- Memory: 2 GB RAM
- Graphics: HD Graphics
- DirectX: Version 11
- Storage: 3 GB available space
- OS: Windows 10
- Processor: intel i5
- Memory: 8 GB RAM
- Graphics: nVidia GTX1050
- DirectX: Version 11
- Storage: 10 GB available space
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Creative Destruction: Furthernite
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When there’s one Battle Royale success, soon there’ll be more. PUBG summoned Fortnite BR, and then there were plenty. Creative Destruction is another Battle Royale with building skills added, in fact, a clone of Fortnite. But it definitely has its pros and cons, so it’s worth discussing.
Graphics — 3/5
Well, neither PUBG nor Fortnite were stunning. The designers sacrificed realism and beauty to practical reasons: rich environment, large battlefield and no need for greatest performance in the world. The developers of Creative Destruction agreed to even more compromise. The field is smaller, the details are less, and the overall picture seems duller than in any of the classic predecessors. Yet there is one undisputable pro. You’ll spend about 20 GB on Fortnite; but in order to download Creative Destruction, you’ll only need 5 or even 3 GB. And you’ll be good even with an integrated Intel video core.
Gameplay — 4/5
If you have played any of Battle Royale games, you already know all you need about Creative Destruction. The party that includes you deploys on a battlefield island. There you can find weapons and ammunition, medicals and materials to build. But you can as well be found… and killed. To avoid it, you should master both your fighting and building skills.
The weapons can be found primarily in houses or on roofs. You only have seven slots for inventory, so be careful not to pick up everything you see. It will take you some time to make the local weaponry out.
And (did you have any doubt?) there’s a storm closing in. So it drives you all closer to each other, with no hideaways. But you can always build some to hide behind and to get some protection from nature and enemies. Materials for it can be collected everywhere.
Yes, we’ve seen it all before. And Fortnite or PUBG (sorry for mentioning them so often, but… you see), offer the same story in a brighter cover. But sometimes (when you’re tired of those, or your system just won’t run them), lack of originality can be forgiven for better availability. For weaker systems, Creative Destruction is the chance. Don’t forget to mark it as an exception for your firewall.
Controls — 5/5
The good and the bad news are virtually the same here. You won’t have to get used to new control system: it’s all the same as everywhere. WASD buttons for movements, mouse for camera control, mouse button for shooting, healing, or destroying, 1-7 keys for weapon selection, and E for grabbing loot.
Sometimes controls may fail in training mission, but everything worked perfectly in the real game, so no complaints.
Replay Value — 4/5
As it all happens online, the opponents are always different and random, to recompense the fact that we’re always on the same map, with the same set of weapons and building options. But the same it is with those more popular.
So, there are few options. Either you like BR’s but don’t like this particular one. Well. You’ve got alternatives, so you won’t download Creative Destruction anymore. Or you prefer it to other options for some reasons (like sticking to Steam or not having enough performance to run other games).
Well, if you’re tired of other battle royales, you can download Creative Destruction and see what happens. Chances are you will see it as “nothing original”, but if (technically) it works better on your PC, you may stick to it rather than to its rivals. And that means a hope for this project. Anyway, it’s not poorly done, in spite of being just an epigone, and it deserves a chance for your attention.
It would be of no interest at all if it was just a copy of, say, Fortnite. But do you mind having one more Battle Royale? Put them all on the island, and let’s see who survives.
Pros : Moderate system requirements (compared to PUBG or Fortnite)
Free to play
Requires less space on your HDD
Easier to find a party to start
Cons : Controls sometimes fail
Clone feeling can’t be denied
Replay Value 4.0