Discussion in 'PC Games' started by kreegor, Mar 4, 2014.
Although the lines between these 2 are slowly blurring.
bethesda were right at the front of the useless DLC movement... never forget horse armor
Every PC game bethesda have published have suffered from chronic performance issues, they usually try to fix it, but give up after 4 or 5 patches, then they just let the community modders fix it for them.
What makes dishonored 2 different is that it uses denuvo DRM, every game released using that particular DRM has suffered major performance issues, and to make it worse; the semi-recent cracked versions dont have the same issues...
So, my bet is a good 50/50 spilt on why the performance is so horrible (lack of polish before release and the other half on denuvo).
I wonder if they integrated denuvo into the finial release build that was tested before released, or if it was integrated after and just wasn't tested.
Hehehe I'll probably just play BF1 tonight.
DOOM4 runs great on most systems though, and is on the same engine, from the same publisher.
when they patched in vulcan sure, prior to that on pure OpenGL though not soo much (well nvidia users where ok, AMD users not so much).
Doom does have denuvo but is on iD Tech 6 not 5 which Dishonored 2 is based on.
Denuvo though has a very bad track record with being associated with games with poor performance.
IIRC the void engine is 30% id tech 5 and 70% custom work. i think it's the 70% that's causing the performance issue with this game.
I'm blaming denuvo.
if DOOM (4) is using denuvo then i should be seeing issues there....but i am not.
still blaming it.
Hopefully a patch comes out soon.
I'm checking my install of the game right now to see if i get the same issues.
so far at 1080p on high settings, fov 90, the throne room drops into the low 50s if i strafe the throne room lengthwise. in-game cutscenes drop into the 40s. I'm gonna keep playing to see if it still drops.
that sounds about right, framerate goes up and down like a drunken sailor.
that sounds about tight
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hahaha, difference is I'm quicker to edit than you are to quote
is it just me or does it have some frame pacing issues too?
Sounds about tight