Neil writes "Are you ready for some hardcore ninja fighting? Devil May Cry 4 Special Edition is now here!"
A complete bargain at £20.00. Those who are getting it on PC however, it is very resource heavy compared to the previous of DMC4 SE on PC many years ago. I am running this on 980GTX with OC'ed i5 @ 4GHZ and its hitting 60FPS in the bench mark test, nothing higher. Previous version i was exceeding 150FPS with a 480GTX.
That's because its capped at 60
Might be right, though it does give you the option in the setting to set it to 60FPS max or variable FPS
On the highest settings on 1080p I get 160 frames on one GTX 970. Great game to hold me over until they fix the broken SLI support for Batman.
The game may require a beast to play properly, but i think that's related to something similar to a poor port. How they managed to mess this one up is beyond me, not to mention they added things like bloom, terrible motion blur and more that can't be turned off with a checkmark. Until they patch the game up and let you disable things, I'm just gonna leave it uninstalled.
I hope i a stable game on consoles too,but i already read that performance on consoles is not 60fps lock and that other technical issues have arise also.So a Digital Foundry test would be most welcome!
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