The Outer Worlds
Written by: david988 - 19:47 Nov-13-2019

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I recommend these tweaks, they make the game look and run better
https://www.nexusmods.com/theouterworlds/mods/9

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tryed it and i see no difference, looks same and same peformance

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Well it does remove chromatic aberration, and makes taa sharper, that is a win in my book :D

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It runs great, but damn, I can only imagine how it will run on 2560x1080 on the gtx 1080. O_O
I'd recommend you try a mix of mid and high settings, just to see how huge of an FPS boost you'll get. At least I know I got a ton of FPS moving from High to medium and then even more to low(percentage-wise).

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Wut? O_O
I almost doubled my FPS going from high to low. Interesting. Might be a software limitation?

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I get around 40-60 on medium high on my 1060

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