For Honor PC performance Review

4K Performance

For Honor PC performance Review

4K Performance

At 4K we can see that even the most modern GPU hardware can struggle to maintain a steady 30+FPS, with only the GTX 1080 achieving a steady 30+.  While in typical gameplay the average framerate stays at around 40-45FPS on our GTX 1080, it is clear that even Nvidia's mighty consumer flagship is not enough to handle 4K Extreme settings with a high framerate. 

With Medium or High settings, gamers will be treated to a relatively stable framerate experience in For Honor, though a steady 60+ FPS will be very difficult to achieve at Extreme settings on almost any current hardware configuration, at least during more demanding gameplay sections.

For a steady 60+ framerate here players should use the game's resolution scale option to lower the game's internal resolution, which should allow players to achieve a solid 60+ FPS at high or medium settings with only a minor drop in visual quality.   

 

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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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