Wolfenstein: Youngblood PC Performance Review

Performance Scaling - RX 580 VS GTX 1060 across all presets

Wolfenstein: Youngblood PC Performance Review

Performance Scaling - RX 580 VS GTX 1060 across all presets

When comparing our RX 580 and GTX 1060 Strix graphics cards, it seems clear that Wolfenstein favours Radeon hardware, even though this is a Geforce aligned game release. Things do change once Turing enters into the fray, though it is also likely that Youngblood will respond equally well to AMD's Navi graphics architecture. 

Moving from Wolfenstein's Mein Leben" present down to Ultra presents limited performance gains in our test scene, though settings changes in Wolfenstein can be mostly dependent on the exact location that's being benchmarked. Even so, it is worth noting how similar Wolfenstein can look at each of these presets, a factor that also contributes to the game's limited performance changes. 

PC gamers will get a lot more performance mileage out of Wolfenstein's resolution scaling options than they will out of most preset changes. This is because Wolfenstein's visuals are only turned down so far by the game's presets. This has the advantage of allowing the game to look great at low settings, but at the cost of limited performance scaling outside of resolution changes. 
  

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30-07-2019, 08:18:25

MiNo
Thanks.



TL DR - Performance is good ;-)


Rumor has it, that the single player missions cannot be paused ... can you confirm this? It's a absolute deal-breaker for me.Quote

30-07-2019, 08:31:26

Warchild
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Originally Posted by MiNo View Post
Thanks.



TL DR - Performance is good ;-)


Rumor has it, that the single player missions cannot be paused ... can you confirm this? It's a absolute deal-breaker for me.
Maybe in Co op they cant. Or maybe its because of Co op. Makes sense though.Quote

30-07-2019, 08:57:40

WYP
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Originally Posted by MiNo View Post
Rumor has it, that the single player missions cannot be paused ... can you confirm this? It's a absolute deal-breaker for me.
It doesn't pause. You can usually keep running for a, to a safer section of the map, and pause, but the game carries on as normal.

This game is designed for co-op, so it makes sense why the game works this way. I agree that is is very annoying for single-player play.Quote

30-07-2019, 09:06:47

SCO77YBOY
this game is great , its plays mint.
good fps and super smooth gameplay , the game is fun aswell

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30-07-2019, 09:47:31

AlienALX
I heard it's poo. When I jump on pc later I'll stick a link in to a YT vid. I'm just glad it was pretty cheap really though I'll admit I've not installed it yet as I'm waiting for my fibre to be connected.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_LZd...ature=youtu.be

It may be that it's fine tbh. I just think the annoying bits sound really annoying. It's not like they are aiming it at women but rather immature young girls. Which may find a niche, but certainly not with me. I've been married to two lol.Quote
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