For Honor PC performance Review

4K Screenshot Graphical Comparison Part 2 - Low, Medium, High and Extreme graphical settings

For Honor PC performance Review

4K Screenshot Graphical Comparison

When playing For Honor, it is clear that players will want to use Medium or higher settings for a satisfying visual experience, as Low uses some fairly low-resolution textures, low-quality lighting and takes away a huge amount of environmental detail.  

While medium settings do include most major details in the terrain, higher graphical settings do improve the geometry of certain objects in-game and like trees and destructible objects like barrels and some aspects of the terrain. 

Moving to higher graphical detail settings adds additional shadows to grass and more detailed lighting to the game, also providing additional detail in the far distance in forests and other foliage-dense areas. These details can be hard to notice outside of side-by-side comparisons, so most players should lower their graphical settings a little if they cannot maintain a steady 60FPS.   

  
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16-02-2017, 13:54:27

NeverBackDown
Not surprised the campaign is more demanding. There's a lot more going on and the maps are much bigger.
Interesting to see that the 480 and 1060 are basically equal at 1440p. Seems they did a good job optimizing this game for both parties (given the Ubisoft history of performing better on Nvidia)Quote

17-02-2017, 16:57:39

AngryGoldfish
Not bad! I'm not that stricken by the concept of the game, but I might give it a whirl some time.

Thanks for the work as always.Quote
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