A website played the Mass Effect 3 Demo on the PC and made screenshots with maxed out graphics using downsampling techniques so that the actual image is 2.520 x 1.576 pixel.
By PC standards, it's not impressive. An HD texture mod would help a lot.
Looks like a straight up console port
I hate that term so much. The PC version just doesn't look that much better, just much better performance. Doesn't mean it's a port...
Not solely based on looks but also lack of graphics and control input customization.
We should wait until the final retail because I believe the demo is from E3 2011.
The textures are not even sub pc standard. Some of skyrims textures are even better...
Too bad vertical sync is forced on, everyone would get like 200fps out of this console port lol, awesome pics though!
I got a lot of tearing during the cutscenes. You sure Vsync is on?
It was sync'd on mine. That or maybe I just didn't get any tearing... Tripple buffering may help you out.
Tried forcing it on in Nvidia control panel, but didn't work. I'll try again soon
Yeah man, my FPS doesn't go any higher than 60 as my refresh rate is 60hz :)
Mods will make it look better or maybe Bioware will release a texture pack like they did for DA2. The texture mods you can get for Mass Effect 2 look better then this.
Game looks SO BAD for a PC game, it was an eyesore, but its a good game.
First off this article is a load of piss. There are no graphical settings to tweak in the demo. Apart from dynamic shadow and some crappy AA. This maxed out nonsense is exactly that nonsense. Wait till March 6th to make a proper article and stop making pc games look substandard.
One simply doesnt "max out" the pc.
I can't even change graphics settings on pc. How'd u guys do it?
Go to C:\Program Files\Origin Games\Mass Effect 3 Demo\Binaries\MassEffect3DemoC onfig.exe there you can change.
Yeah but one can easily max a console port
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