Discussion in 'Games, Gaming & Game-demos' started by Carfax, Apr 13, 2019.
Was running fine for me couple days ago on 2070S.
SSD. It mostly happens when going from one area of the map to the next. Seems to be a common issue. The following example is the worst so far. It's not this egregious for the rest of the time.
A great mod, i used it before when i played on my previous card, disables all blur effects, aa, and mouse acceleration.
My start-up time with this mod has improved since moving from laptop nvme to gen4 one.
I'm still enjoying the hell out of installing my games off discs
With my internet connection it's much faster to just download the whole thing.
Hi, i recently bought the game. I have 8gb ram and r9 270 2gb ram. Would like to know if it's worth spending 60€ to upgrade to 16gb.
this card is too weak
You'd be better off spending that money on geforce now, and streaming the game through that.
The above or save the 60 Euros, sell the 270 and get a RX 570(if the price is right) and then get 8GB of RAM. BTW tell us what CPU, PSU and monitor resolution you are playing at.
I have had this game for some time but did not get on with it. Then a random retry I discovered I had it set on: Grand Master. Doh!
Its a great game I love it to bits. It sure as hell Pays to have a fancy mouse to customise key bindings for best game play.
I think this is the best SW game so far?
Amazing rasterization. I would say better than shadow of the tomb raider. No really have a look.
i got the game on epic store , what masterpieces !!!!!!!!! .
best played with a controller
Really liked this game and i do agree that this game needs to be played with a controller.
I will give it a go.
I gave it a try, but it does stutter a bit, other then that with a controller plays and looks great.
I loved this game. And I thought from the marketing it was going to be bad. I hope the sequel has more lightsaber combat.
Just started playing this. Runs surprising well on my antiquated hardware.
Getting between 60-80fps on 980ti + 4930k at 1440p with post processing on medium and everything else on epic.
It reminds me of a cross between Knights of the old republic and the new Tomb Raider games.
Fairly steep learning curve when it comes to combat but then I haven't played any fighting games in a long time, not since Ryse: Son of Rome anyway.
I'm playing with a controller and it is a very captivating game. It's not up to the brilliance of KOTOR or Jedi Knight; Jedi academy but I do keep coming back for more and it's difficult to put down once you've stated.
The stutters are pretty horrendous though. Like people have been saying, it's when the game is loading assets so it's inescapable.
I just wish the game would utilise more RAM. I've got 32GB in quad channel so technically I could fit more than half the game in RAM but it doesn't seem to use any more than about 10GB.
I've got it installed on an NVME drive with a tested read speed of over 3GB/s but even that's not enough. It's just a sloppy PC port in my opinion and could have been avoided.
It takes a lot of cues and direction from the Dark Souls series in terms of it's combat.
Not nearly as strict, but... the core setup.
My game is running 1080p on epic settings 70 FPS and 120 FPS on Epic settings in the 1st and 2nd level(The planet). This seems too low based on what I have seen on youtube, my specs are below: My GPU usage is around 50% and CPU usage is around 30% - 50%.
CPU - Intel I7 10700k
Mobo - ASUS Rog Strix Z490-E Gaming Intel ATX Motherboard
GPU - Gigabyte 3080 Gaming OC
RAM - 16gb Corsair Dominator Ram 3200mhz
PSU - Corsair AX1600i
Any idea what the problem might be?
This didnt age well, lol.