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Assassin's Creed Unity - PC Performance thread

JimJamJones

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So now the question is, with my GTX 770 and i7-4770k, do I go PC ($48) or Xbox One ($40) for AC: Unity.

Decisions, decisions.
 

Skyzard

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OP, now try it on your ultra rig. (jk, thanks for this thread and your posts).


I want that popin gone!

No popin with 720 right?
 

nelsonroyale

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Would be great to get a screenshot at this Location, but i think it's difficult to find this spot in paris ^^ ?
So we can see a comparison between PS4 and PC Version.

It has to be somewhere near the beginning of the game.
PS4 version can't possibly look that bad in person. I have played PS3 games that look much better.
 

MayMay

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By the way guys, I mentioned it many pages ago but all this could still improve. Especially the cutscene performance I complained about. I'm on 1.1.0 and the changelog for 1.2.0 (which isnt available for download yet) says it improves exactly that and other things.
 

Zer0w

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Friend of mine already got to preload the files but doesn't have the binaries files, could you share those?
 

Felspawn

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My PC can probably handle it what with my new GTX 970 but honestly F ubisoft. IF i even bother with the game i'll probably get it for the PS4. When it comes to PC games if i cant get it on steam (or even if i can but i have to sign up for another service like UPlay) i say screw it and go console. Going to do the same thing for Dragon Age Inq and go PS4 for that. Witcher 3 will be PC for me though
 
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Even on lowest settings I have a hard time keeping stable 60fps in the city. And it doesnt look so different (Low vs Ultra High). Guess that explains the high minimum requirements.
Exactly as I expected. Ubisoft isn't going to spend any money on optimizsation, lol
 
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Exactly as I expected. Ubisoft isn't going to spend any money on optimizsation, lol
eh, it had a hard time hitting 30fps on consoles at 900p. i wouldnt call not hitting a consistent 60fps on pc shit optimization. it just means its beyond current hw and ubisoft wanted an uber lighting engine.
 

alexandros

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My PC can probably handle it what with my new GTX 970 but honestly F ubisoft. IF i even bother with the game i'll probably get it for the PS4. When it comes to PC games if i cant get it on steam (or even if i can but i have to sign up for another service like UPlay) i say screw it and go console. Going to do the same thing for Dragon Age Inq and go PS4 for that. Witcher 3 will be PC for me though
Dude, why would you do this to yourself? Get it on PC, you have a 970 for crying out loud!
 

Kinthalis

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With the hardware he has its suppose to hit acceptable performance for a PC port.
A 780 and i7 2600K is more than enough for more than decent performance.


Aw man. That too.
????

He IS. He's getting 55-60 FPS with FXAA at 1080p on max (minus PCSS shadows) Vs the PS4's 900p ugly as sin (check out the screenie above) presentation, NOT at PC maxed settings and 30 FPS WITH drops.

What do you want? 144 FPS with super sampling?

This shit is getting beyond ridiculous.