Discussion in 'Games, Gaming & Game-demos' started by OnnA, Apr 13, 2023.
This got 4/10 from the EDGE magazine. What a stinker.
I don't think it is that bad personally, probably worthy of a 6.5 from me, but it does feel like a game where the graphics and features took priority over the game design and gameplay. I thought the same of The Callisto Protocol too, all the pre-release hype was focused on the graphics and not the gameplay. Nothing wrong with great graphics but the gameplay should always come first in my opinion.
Might give it a shot once it's on sale or something. I feel it might have been a missed opportunity for something that could have been trully great with proper time.
Low key, It's probably an ok EA Play Pro fodder. You pay 15$ for a month to play through Jedi and Dead Space and you have this as an extra. That's some value right there.
Really bad news for the people working there, hopefully they can find jobs soon enough on another studio.
Sucks but losing a job isn't a death sentence. I'm sure experienced devs will find new jobs.
Im sure they will find another job since they are familiar with unreal engine 5.
At least it's not Unity
I saw that coming, just like Anthem? Promised a lot but failed to deliver..
They made a first game using nanite and lumen on the market. It will also be one of the first using fsr3.
Game will live on for benchmarking puproses.
I might buy it when it drops to 10€.
Same. We need to test fsr3.
AMD FidelityFX Super Resolution 3 (FSR 3) has launched on PC and Frame Generation is now available in-game for all PC players
AMD FSR 3 combines temporal upscaling and frame generation to deliver improved performance
Adds a new “NativeAA” quality mode option that does not apply upscaling but still applies high-quality anti-aliasing and sharpening
Frame generation is enabled separately from upscaling and is recommended to be used on AMD Radeon RX 5000 Series and higher, NVIDIA GeForce RTX 20 Series and higher, and Intel Arc 7 Series and higher GPUs
Upscaling is still available to use on GPUs lower than the products listed above
"Grand Magnus" achievement will now be correctly awarded for players completing the game on multiple difficulties
PC mouse "invert" setting now correctly applies when set to on
Addressed a rare issue where the Return to Seren level would appear blurry when DLSS is set to Ultra performance
Fixed a rare issue on PC where the background graphics would not appear on the game launch
Misc. Changes & Minor Fixes
Addressed crashes and various progression blockers throughout, including issues with waypoint markers and enemy respawns
Addressed minor visual bugs throughout the game
Minor text and UI fixes
EDIT: Forgot to mention AMD FSR 3 No ghosting so far. Nvidia still has obvious ghosting.
Ghosting in motion on Nvidia ,AMD looks ok
AMD did a good job on the first two games. That actually work on all relevant GPU for PC Gaming which is awesome.Picture quality is good,there is frametime issue but the AMD FSR 3 Frame Generation still plays good.
RTX 4090 testing,I do not have AMD GPU at this time.
Side by side AMD FSR 3 Nvidia FG
Screens if you do not want to click link
FSR3 is so much sharper. DLSS3 looks really soft.
Unfortunately static screenshots are almost meaningless when comparing various image reconstruction techniques. It's all about how it handles motion, that's the important stuff.
Nvidia/AMD upscaling Ghosting on Nvidia in motion is what I see, RTX 4090
DEMO is avaible - Long Demo BTW.
Game is fine for me because i have played Hexen long time ago
For some Doom & Hexen Players - go check it out.
No HDR - Using Reshade HDR (Good)
ALL Max DLSS B working fine (Flat line most of the time), some traversal stuttering here & there.
Game will benefit from D.Storage for sure.
GFX is very good, no pop-ins cuz' of Nanite.
Maybe i'll try the demo and FSR3 frame generation in this game.
looks like 10 people bought the game because of the demo. this is one of those games where following post-release trainwreck is more fun than actual game