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Submitted by john2 599d ago | article

Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon - PC Performance Analysis

DSOGaming writes: "All in all, Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon performs great. As its predecessor did, Blood Dragon offers a nice variety of graphics options to tweak. The game has a unique look, though we were hoping for something more. Blood Dragon takes advantage of tri-core and SLI systems, and requires a high-end GPU in order to be enjoyed at its max settings. Blood Dragon’s biggest issue is its DX11 bugs; bugs that can be immediately noticed when players enable the higher levels of MSAA. Therefore, we strongly suggest avoiding using anything higher than 2xMSAA. Apart from that, though, Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon performs superbly on the PC platform." (Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon, PC)

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