Dying Light: The Following PC Performance Review - AMD VS Nvidia

Graphical Comparisons - Minimum, Low, Medium, High and Maximum Part 2

Dying Light: The Following PC Performance Review - AMD VS Nvidia

Graphical Comparisons - Minimum, Low, Medium, High and Maximum

 

When indoors you can see the largest differences in each of the graphical settings, especially when crouched, with the higher settings improving the texture detail in the ground and with each increase in the graphical settings resulting in better and more realistic shadows. 

The texture improvements are most visible when looking at the hay and the dirt on the floor, with a very noticeable difference between the Balanced and the Quality presets. 

 

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In the below screenshots we can really see the draw distance setting become really important, with each bump in the graphical presets resulting in a lot of distant details emerging, with a lot more environmental details and building being drawn in the near and far distance and even some distant tree models getting replaced entirely with more realistic versions. 

The game looks good even at the lowest settings here, but it cannot be denied that the higher draw distances really improves the visuals when simply enjoying the landscapes. 

 

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11-02-2016, 08:47:21

Dicehunter
Great write up !

Have yet to get the expansion but loved the base game in 4 player co-op especially at night when it gets super intense.Quote

11-02-2016, 08:50:10

AlienALX
Daft question : how do you get this?Quote

11-02-2016, 08:55:56

Damien c
I have only just started playing the base game, but I am still stuck on Elite Dangerous as I have given up with Tomb Raider until they fix the performance issues.

This game runs really well though for me at 4K maxed out, on average around 65fps but that was before this DLC released so it might be abit better now.Quote

11-02-2016, 08:58:41

Dicehunter
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Originally Posted by AlienALX View Post
Daft question : how do you get this?
If you already have the base game then you get upgraded to the enhanced edition free of charge, "The Following" expansion costs around 15 notes though.Quote

11-02-2016, 09:01:42

Damien c
Quote:
Originally Posted by Dicehunter View Post
If you already have the base game then you get upgraded to the enhanced edition free of charge, "The Following" expansion costs around 15 notes though.

It's free if you have the season pass though which luckily I paid for when I bought the game, I think I paid £18 for.Quote
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