It probably matters less because this game is hit scan - you don't need to constantly update trajectory of projectiles and player location.
First, DLSS is not available for any game outside of the demo for FF15. So any benchmark review is ignoring the tensor cores on the GPU. I figure within the next two weeks or so major games will have DLSS profiles completed and you'll see significant performance gains. Also this guys benchmarks don't match up to what Tom Hardwares put out - he doesn't list the specs of the PC he's using to benchmark - I am not even sure if you can take the review seriously. ...
checker-board looks amazing. DLSS performance increase is real - as in you see little to no fidelity loss and significant increase in performance.
These numbers don't take into account DLSS...which is where the real gains are to be seen.
The game needs to be fun. They haven't really released any marketing or anything since E3. I played the closed alpha earlier today for the first time, and the game imho, felt like an inferior BF1 - in almost every facet. This is from someone who preordered...and will probably get the game regardless. btw, despite preordering - i never received any alpha beta any invite - i had to borrow a friends account to give the game a whirl. I'm not cancelling my pre-order but...
a shot? i'd guarantee it.
"However, I wouldn't be too surprised if the Star Wars licensing contract has been shortened." I mean thats not how Contracts work.
this title is misleading.
tell that to naughty dog, or bethesda.
i enjoyed the beta, ashame.
hope theres more substance in the games mentioned in this headline than in this article, shouldn't be difficult.
it was free with OPM discs if I remember right.
why is this game not on other consoles?
make this game 60fps. please, it's literally the only thing holding it back.
yeah, pretty good game, loved lunar silver star story complete on my ps1.
the dead rising games just kinda suck. they aren't challenging, and are too casual for me. not to mention previous releases of the series have been lacking.
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