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From console to PC - Frame-rates rant

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Murray Bunyan
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#121

Posted 07 June 2015 - 11:16 AM

Strong bump.


gamefriik200
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Posted 07 June 2015 - 01:19 PM

When i got the game for 360 I didnt notice the FPS drop.

 

After a while i noticed and started searching for the reason

 

After a while from after a while i just got used to this


Crimson Flam3s
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Posted 08 June 2015 - 06:52 PM Edited by Crimson Flam3s, 08 June 2015 - 06:53 PM.

Playing at high settings on a gtx 970 at 1440p and while 60fps and less jaggies is nice, the game doesn't look masively superiour like you would expect. The hardest part about going back to playing it on ps4 is the change from 60fps to 30fps but a few minutes after and I forget about it.

The truth is that no pc games out there really take advantage of the potential of strong gpu's(which makes sense financially). Maxing games out is largely upscaling what the console does, yeah it looks nicer but it's not an entire overhaul like you would expect when paying the prices some gpu's have.

With the difference in power between consoles and some gpu's out there, the difference between the graphics should be like the difference between iv and V. Anyone who thinks there is a massive graphical difference between the console and maxed put pc version is deluded, even 4k is just a higher resolution of the same assets.
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