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The time is almost upon us, as Horizon Zero Dawn finally releases on PC in just 2 days. It released on PS4 back on Feb 28th 2017, in case you were wondering. So the previous PlayStation 4 exclusive title is getting its official PC port and we are promised updated graphics, options, and support. While we felt it looked pretty good on the console already, even by today's standards, obviously now we are excited to see how its improved graphics settings affect the PC version by comparison?
Guerilla's highly acclaimed open world adventure Horizon Zero Dawn is finally coming to PC in a couple days. Originally for the PlayStation 4, this PC port brings a few new additions to the graphics options. So how well does Horizon: Zero Dawn perform on PC then? Are we looking at a good PC port? Or is it not very well optimized for the PC platform? We take a look at the PC performance benchmarks for Horizon Zero Dawn...
I want to believe... that the Destroy All Humans! Remake launches sooner. Alas, it's still just 1 day until we can join the Furon Empire and finally bring destruction to the puny human race. But until then, how can we prepare ourselves for the great vaporization? How demanding is the Remake? We ran some benchmarks to see how well Destroy All Humans! performs on PC and how demanding it really is.
Hideo Kojima's Death Stranding is coming to PC after initially being a console-exclusive for the PlayStation 4. Whilst the PC version remains largely the same apart from a few new graphics options to tweak and some new content, one of the biggest additions is the inclusion of Nvidia's standout technology DLSS.
It's official, the long-awaited PlayStation 4 console-exclusive is finally coming to PC tomorrow, and whilst Death Stranding certainly looks very pretty, how exactly does it perform in comparison? And which graphics settings are the best to turn all the way up or all the way down? We've compiled a list below of the most demanding graphics options in the game, so you can get the perfect balance of visual fidelity and FPS performance in Death Stranding.
It's finally upon us, arriving on PC tomorrow is Hideo Kojima's Death Stranding. Originally a console exclusive to PlayStation 4, this title certainly looks very pretty, but how does it perform in comparison? Has Death Stranding been optimized for PC players? Or are we stricken with a watered-down console port? We ran some benchmarks to see how well Death Stranding performs on PC and how demanding it really is.
Ubisoft's latest foray into the Battle Royale landscape has brought us Hyper Scape; a slick, fast-paced, and stylish FPS made entirely with live streaming in mind, allowing for audiences to vote for significant game-changing events and effects to appear in-game. The PC Technical Test finished yesterday and with no official release date in sight just yet, we ran some benchmarks to see how well HyperScape performs in it's current state and how demanding it really is. That way we can have a guess as to when the game will officially release and what kind of performance we can expect too.
Alright cowboys, the showdown is nearly upon us. Who will win? How does Desperados 3 perform on our PC systems? The wild west is an unforgiving place and rewards players for their quick-reflexes and sharp eyes, so does D3 disappoint? Or does it win the duel between game performance and PC hardware? Let's take a look.
It's time to start a robot revolution, as the hour of mankind begins to dwindle, it's up to you to stop the evil forces at work. But how will you be able to handle it? Is your PC up to snuff? We take a look at the FPS performance for various graphics cards in the upcoming sci-fi action game Disintegration.
So you've been out raiding and pillaging, training and competing, trading and diplomacy-ing, but which graphics options are the best in Mount and Blade 2 to keep turned on? And which graphics settings should you turn off to save FPS and frame rates when your PC is struggling to run Bannerlord? We've tested every graphics settings available in Bannerlord to produce this performance setting guide to help you know which settings are best for your gaming PC.
SnowRunner, is a popular driving sim, that lets the player drive massive trucks into and through mud and snow, and its out now for PC. Like lots of other similar simulator titles this game needs to look good, to deliver the right levels of immersion while driving. And to do this right, a game like SnowRunner comes with a hefty PC hardware performance cost. Whilst we've been having a lot of fun exploring the great open areas in SnowRunner, we wanted to see how well the game performs on a selection of graphics cards, especially considering how physics simulation-heavy it is. So does it perform about as well as a wet piece of cardboard? Or does it blitz through like a truck through paper? Let's find out...