Discussion in 'Frontpage news' started by Hilbert Hagedoorn, Oct 7, 2015.
so i should be good then
It´s not the highest quality out there but one can easily tell it´s native 1080p just by looking at stuff like edges when scorpion first appears, you can see antialiasing is there, shadows are there, ssao is there, dof is there, high textures are there, and 60fps are there... you are just being obtuse. I mean seriously, what´s next?, am I recording at 30fps and then accelerating video rendering to 60fps ala nvidia physx arkham knight style?.
And you think some ultra setting there justifies needing triple 660 power to get good frame rates with 99% same visuals.
It seems like saying something against this game is gonna be like criticizing witcher or Batman franchises, furious fanboys are gonna take it personal and get all aggressive.
It´s all relative to what you are trying to display at 1080p, for 1080p 60fps console games the 660 is plenty.
I just don't get it.. All the beauty of this game and they only go half way with it.. It looks to be another multi-player only half done game. Yeah, it looks great but I can't believe they would not include a single player adventure to play through considering It's the continuation of a movie legend.
While it certainly looks great, being multi only really takes away from us being able to really enjoy exploring the realm they created for it. Well, at least it looks to be well done in it's half baked form..
They are kinda "feeling" the market before risking more money... it really is a far cry from the battlefront games.
I agree totally.
?, it does have a single player
My GTX 660ti seems to be running this game just fine.
1080p with ALL settings at Ultra, and its totally playable!
Reminds me of another member who used to be obsessed with his 460.
I'm not surprised that this game looks to run well, Frostbite is a solid engine.
Sure, but then you'd have to sign up again and then EA would have to let you... I'm a member of forums where my ip address is always displayed--to me, only, of course--it's their charming way of letting me know that they know where I'm coming from. Yes, it's not foolproof--but if you wanted to I guess you could also spoof the OS into identifying the wrong GPU to the game, too, couldn't you?... But why go through all of that...? As this is a beta I should think EA would want as much data on how it runs on varying GPUs as they could get. And as far as "you can come back in 24 hours," goes--even if you use a tomato for a GPU--we don't care--just how effective is *that* tactic at thwarting "illicit" spread of their beta?
If they don't do IP address, then how about motherboard info, just like Microsoft uses for Win10...? The "You can use up to four gpus in sequence with the beta--but then--you have to wait 24 hours before you can do it again" really makes no sense whatever to me...
Is anybody noticing troubles finding a server slot? Game's not finding servers, especially not if you want to play with a friend inside your party.
Why no memory usage on Radeon cards?
And this sentence says it all. Pointless arguing with you. Like beating a dead horse. Good job!
Vram usage is roughly the same on both sides, except Fury cards and HBM.
When GuildWars came with personal story, one could call it single player aspect in mmorpg.
I think this will be very similar. Since all content with exception of voice acting is already there, it should not be that much extra work to make instanced story driven episodes.
Why the heck doesn't Origin let me start the freaking game without updating my 347.90 drivers to 355.6 or newer?!
I just downgraded to Windows 8.1 in order to get back on 347.90 because all the newer ones are **** on my system. And now I'm forced to upgrade for some akward reason?
Makes it easier for the developers I guess.
Great article, boring game.
Why did they not include a campaign mode with some semblance of a story?
This is just battlefield with a Star Wars makeover.
That's not going to happen as long as physx is their selling point. You're paying a premium for a reason.
My bad, that's what i was interested in (HBM memory usage), i guess tehre are no tools availalbe to measure it.