Spyro Reignited Trilogy PC Performance Analysis

1080p Performance - Benchmark Results

Spyro Reignited Trilogy PC Performance Analysis

1080p Performance - Benchmark Results

At 1080p, all of our graphics cards were able to run the Spyro at over 60FPS. To test the game we ran through the most demanding area that we could find within the game, constantly using Spyro's breath attack to cast additional shadows and burn some nearby grass to help increase GPU loads. 

Here, we can see that the Spyro Reignited Trilogy favours Nvidia hardware, with Nvidia's GTX 1060 outperforming the Radeon RX 580 while the GTX 1070 was able to best the Radeon RX Vega 56. In most modern games, our Radeon RX Vega 56 can put up a fight with Nvidia's GTX 1080 and RTX 2060. Like many Unreal Engine 4 titles, Spyro's Reignited Trilogy favours the green team. 

We can also see that the architectural enhancements of Turing have little impact on Spyro's performance, with the RTX 2060 being surpassed by Nvidia's GTX 1080. This is uncommon for a modern game release but somewhat expect for a minor release like this.  
  

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08-09-2019, 17:21:57

Zoot
I was in school when the original series came out. Probably one of my favorite platformers of all time.

Playing this I'm having a serious case of nostalgia, even down to the soundtrack. Quote

08-09-2019, 17:34:25

AlienALX
This was only really for people who didn't buy a N64.

After having played Mario 64, DK64 and the Banjo games this seemed kinda, well, crap.

Platformers was not the PS's strong point.Quote

09-09-2019, 03:54:10

Zoot
Speak for yourself! Spyro was a staple of our household back in the late days of school for me.

I've given a few hours on it now and I'm enjoying it thus far. It runs great too, my monitor is maxed at 144FPS pretty much all the time at 1440p. I haven't tried it with VSync off yet though.

Thanks for the work on the benchmarks too, always good to get some idea of how games run before pulling the trigger on them - Not many sites do them.Quote
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