Discussion in 'Games, Gaming & Game-demos' started by WhiteLightning, Jun 12, 2018.
what key to Use the Launch ability ?
Does it do SLI?
Back with Quantum Break, Remedy said the engine was not compatible with SLI. Not sure if they've updated the engine in that aspect.
Nope, no SLi support
Played for a hour in a friends with RTX on ? think is over rated visually "The Division 2 looks better in doors and runs better game play seems nice hope there working on a new Max Payne interested to see what they do with the physic.
with all graphics talk and all, but gameplay wise, it s just too easy, enemies are way too easy to kill, and there s not much done with the level design to make the gameplay really stand out, the previous remedy game i enjoyed more than this tbh
50 fps for me medium settings, 1080p
that s bad on rtx 2070....
2070 cant raytrace this game without dlss and 2060 would be pretty much useless.
I doubt they have a 2060 or 2070 in mind for all ray traced options to be maxed out.
Playing on a 2080Ti, had some stuttering issues with latest WHQL drivers, but DDU and reinstalled and the game is perfect now.
Maxed out 2560x1440, RTX on high, seems to average about 50~FPS with the lowest being around 35. Don't mind that though since I feel the reflections and lighting etc help immerse me more in the game, and it's not multiplayer.
It's really fun! Bit of a slow start where you're stuck with a pistol and melee for about 30-40 mins, get launch ability then it's another 20 mins or so before you're able to start allocating skill points, getting new weapons etc.
Now I'm throwing stuff at guards to knock them down, dashing up to close the distance and blasting them with the shotgun, which is a huge improvement to the crouching behind cover intro shootouts.
Seems your upscaling suggestions were spot on. A reddit post also suggests similar settings.
Remedy do not own the Max Payne IP.
Rockstar Games owns it.
And, Remedy's dream project is Alan Wake 2.
I want this game so bad. Should I get it?
I dont see why not. It has great visuals, decent gameplay and im sure Sam has cooked up a great story.
Cant wait to start the game myself.
Yes everything I saw looks great and besides I am a Remedy fanboy hehe. I think I'll get it, I've been able to resist a couple of days only.
I have question. I must change something in nvidia panel DSR or no? Please explain. I want make DSR ( 4k ) to DLSS ( 1440P). My monitor is native 1440P
Renderer ini i know , but thats all ? And quality will be better with DSR?
Have you not used DSR before? You just enable DSR in the nvidia control panel, but it depends on your resolution. If you want to do 1080P w/ DLSS for Control you must run the game in 3840x2160, if your native monitor res is 2560x1440 then you must enable 2.25 in the nvidia cpanel in order to make 3840x2160 available.
Then you can edit the control renderer.ini file, set your target resolution to 3840x2160 and your render resolution to 1920x1080 (make sure DLSS was already on).
I'm glad you're happy dude but personally I would never go for 35-50 fps and for me it doesn't matter that it's MP or SP, such low fps would totally kill the immersion.
Looks like it's Quantum Break all over again, that game looked absolutely amazing but ran atrociously bad even with the top of the line cards.
I'll try the game this weekend and hope that DLSS is the savior even though many people have said that it makes an already blurry game even blurrier.