It has now become a habit, the PC release of a AAA game has been much talked about, and not in a good way. Those who purchased Dishonored 2 have indeed been having problems with the game, at least for the most part, no matter what graphics options they choose. Arkane Studios are working on a patch, but for now, it's clearly not optimized enough for everyone. Even our GTX 1080 can't maintain a steady 60 fps at 1440p once in the city, which is why the following videos were recorded in 2 different resolutions. Even at 1080p, camera movement is still stuttery, which is obviously quite a disappointment. Let's hope a fix will be found in the upcoming days, so we can show you more of the game. The footage we recorded was captured with all graphics settings maxed out.
@droezelke: sounds like the nature of E3 more than anything. the people there playing alongside you aren't necessarily the same sort of people playing in paid for servers with their clans. (35 minutes ago)
@GriftGFX: Knowing they played with the known youtube BF players/experts, it surprises me. (36 minutes ago)
@GriftGFX: They said the mechanics are there to use team play to your advantage, but that in the end the players didn't care for it. Ofcourse just 1 opinion, but not the opinion I expected. (38 minutes ago)
@GriftGFX: Just read a preview on a Belgian site who played 2 days of BFV at E3, and their main complaint was that team play was hard to achieve, as the system doesn't really work for team play. (40 minutes ago)
@Melmoth: Just read up on it. Itls developped by a member of Crytek while still working for Crytek and is based of the CryEngine, but it is proprietary to Ubisoft. How that works in terms of royalties (4 Hours ago)
@Melmoth: Is the Dunia Engine Crytek property? I don't think so (4 Hours ago)
I mean they can keep upgrading it but why bother when they have more capable engines already. (17 Hours ago)