Mirror's Edge: Catalyst PC Performance Review
Published: 8th June 2016 | Source: OC3D | Price: |
4K Screenshot Graphical Comparison
When looking at this next set of screenshots you can see that there is not that much difference between them, almost unnoticeable if you were running through the areas quickly.
If you stand around and look around again you can see that the major differences are in reflection quality on puddles and polished objects and when looking at the games shadows. Moving up to the game's Hyper settings we can see that most of the items in the world gain shadows, including the rubbish on the floor and the guards at the other side of the door.
When playing the game on a range of graphical settings one thing was abundantly clear, that when you were free running through the world at maximum speed that you would almost certainly not notice the difference between most of the graphical quality settings.
When playing on the lowest settings the textures on some objects can be low resolution and some details can noticeable draw in, but all in all the game still looks good. If you want to take in the views and show your friends some juicy screenshots you will want to crank up your graphical settings, but in
If you want to take in the views and show your friends some juicy screenshots you will want to crank up your graphical settings but in when playing the game, I would advise you to simply play with the settings that will give you a solid 60+FPS framerate.