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Gears of War: Ultimate Edition will soon have a new performance patch

Gears of War: Ultimate Edition will soon have a new performance patch

Gears of War: Ultimate Edition will soon have a new performance patch

Gears of War: Ultimate Edition will soon have a new performance patch

 

Gears of War: Ultimate Edition will soon receive a new performance patch, which will tweak the games ambient occlusion settings, VRAM requirements and an option to disable mouse smoothing.

Below are the key changes that will be made with the upcoming patch, which should be available within the next week. This patch will also be adding 21:9 Ultra Wide monitor support and fix several NAT problems in the games multiplayer component. 

  • - Performance optimizations
  • - Refactor of texture settings to better reflect VRAM requirements and to better manage the texture levels for each setting.
  • - Ambient Occlusion tweaks.
  • - Tuned mouse coming out of roadie run.
  • - Disabled mouse smoothing.

  Gears of War: Ultimate Edition will soon have a new performance patch

 

 Hopefully this upcoming patch will help to fix the games many issues on PC, especially those faced by users of AMD GPUs. 

 

You can join the discussion on Gears of War's upcoming PC performance patch on the OC3D Forums

 

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14-03-2016, 12:51:11

gamerdude1989
sounds good.. But one major flaw for me...
MY CRAPPY PC CANT PLAY GOW Quote

14-03-2016, 21:21:59

King of Old Old School
Dude.....Bro Quote

15-03-2016, 03:04:33

Damien c
Maybe if they make it in to a pc game and support the pc hardware properly I will look at it, but until then it's good to see they are working on it for those who have already bought it.Quote

15-03-2016, 05:55:23

King of Old Old School
Quote:
Originally Posted by Damien c View Post
Maybe if they make it in to a pc game and support the pc hardware properly I will look at it, but until then it's good to see they are working on it for those who have already bought it.
You know they aren't going to do that it's Microsoft all they want to do is crappy console ports.Quote
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