Assassin's Creed Odyssey PC Performance Review

1440p Performance - Benchmark Results

Assassin's Creed Odyssey PC Performance Review

1440p Performance - Benchmark Results

At 1440p we can see that none of our graphics cards can even maintain an average framerate of over 60FPS, showcasing how demanding Assassin's Creed: Odyssey's high preset can be. Remember that there are two graphical presets that sits above high, which should go a long way towards explaining how stressful this game can be. 

At 1440p every graphics card that we have tested can achieve 30+ FPS performance levels, though some of these GPUs can dip below a target framerate of 30FPS in dialogue scenes, where the bandwidth-heavy Depth of Field setting is active. These dips to not matter in the grand scheme of things, as they do not require fast controller response, but they are worth taking note of. 

To achieve 60+ FPS framerates at 1440p PC gamers will need a graphics card that is on the level of a GTX 1080 Ti or higher and a processor that can surpass both our 4GHz Ryzen 7 1700X and our 4GHz i7-6850K, even when the game is restricted to its High preset.  
  

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12-10-2018, 16:13:46

ImprovizoR
They didn't even bother to optimize the game. You can easily tell even without a benchmark simply due to the fact that they expect you to run it at 30fps on a machine that would run almost every other game at 60. And it doesn't really look any better than Syndicate or Unity which ran much better. Since the dawn of time their biggest issue has been CPU optimization. Remember Assassin's Creed 3 and how horrible the performance was due to poor CPU utilization as soon as you got to Boston? And even now, years later, it's like they never bothered to fix the underlying issue with their engine and CPU performance.Quote

12-10-2018, 16:56:26

NeverBackDown
Runs fine on my PlayStationQuote

12-10-2018, 17:08:07

WYP
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Originally Posted by NeverBackDown View Post
Runs fine on my PlayStation
TBH, when I get back to playing this game I will limit the framerate to 30 and play it at 4K on the GTX 1080 with custom settings with a gamepad.

It's a shame that recent Assassin's Creed games have so many issues on PC, as I personally think that they have taken the gameplay in a good direction. Its very Witcher 3-like, but I am enjoying it so far.

While this game is super demanding you guys shouldn't expect this game in any future GPU reviews. The benchmark is too inconsistent to get my approval. If this is addressed it could go into the maybe pile, but don't hold your breath on that.Quote

12-10-2018, 17:18:38

NeverBackDown
Yeah the last good AC game was Black Flag for performance.
Half the reason why I just play on console is the performanceQuote

12-10-2018, 17:27:08

WYP
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Originally Posted by NeverBackDown View Post
Yeah the last good AC game was Black Flag for performance.
Half the reason why I just play on console is the performance
Consoles have the "It just works" factor. I can see why that is appealing for a lot of games. I have a PS4 Pro, but I only really use it for console exclusives.

I really hope that Ubisoft can fix the CPU issues in this game, as it is ridiculous how bad this game can run. It's hard to believe that Ghost Recon Wildlands and For Honor use the same engine.

TBH if I worked for AMD I would be ashamed to have my brand logo in this game. While it isn't Arkham Knight level of bad, it isn't exactly a badge of honour.Quote
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