Discussion in 'Games, Gaming & Game-demos' started by Havel, Jan 26, 2016.
Didnt they said demo was running 60fps with rt enabled on a 2080/ti? Idk about the resolution tho...
think they showcased 60 fps gameplay with all rtx options on , with rtx2070 already.
To be honest, control/quantum break, aren't competitive shooters. You can still get away with a good experience at 45+fps
^ They're not competitive shooters, you are right, but the game revolves on shooting, getting low fps could compromise the experience, I've been through that in Quantum Break already, dying just because I couldn't aim cause of input lag and low fps.
They´ve been showing 1080p videos all the time with RTX enabled, not to mention one the last ones which was running at sub 30 fps (hopefully just an upload problem). With all those rtx effects enabled it won't be light, just look at the new Metro...
The latest gameplay video that was released from some YouTube channel was recorded at 24 FPS, i've never seen this on YouTube, ever lol
Who still plays at 1080p? That's what I'm not a fan of. $1,000 gpu and the goodies can be turned on @ 1080p? Is this console or PC gaming?
The RTX2070 is a 1080/1440p gpu i would argue, and it's not 1000$ <.<
Just finished the game for the first time and I absolutely loved it! Easily one of my top 5 Sci/Fi/Action games of all time. I will definitely be playing this again and again, now I'm hyped even more for Control.
It's one of the very few games (still trying to find another, but for argument sake let's consider there is) that i've replayed 3-4 times since it released 3 years ago.
Have you played Dead Space? The first two are incredible!
And, despite popular opinion. Dead Space 3 is still a really good game. Thanks to EA's meddling, it's not as great as the first two, but it's still a solid and worthwhile experience.
i tried dead space 1&2 , not really getting into it ^^
It's not for everyone.
I love the series, but, it also ticks the "body horror" that I love.
Bought the game yesterday, finished it today. It was a little short, but every enjoyable. On the flip-side, I also like they didn't make it unnecessarily lengthy by adding mindless side quests like so many other games seem to do nowadays.