Far Cry Primal PC Performance Review

4K Screenshot Graphical Comparison

Far Cry Primal PC Performance Review

4K Screenshot Graphical Comparison

 

In this first set of screenshots we can see clearly that this game o looks great at even the lower settings on PC, offering a great deal of detail on close details and providing some great looking grass and characters. 

Moving up the graphical settings we can see that from Normal settings and up that there is much less aliasing, which is especially visible when looking at the grass. Moving to higher settings we can see that the shadows become more defined and that more details are added in the distance, with more trees and stones being visible in the medium to long distance. 

 

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In this next set of screenshots we can see that the draw distance for objects changes greatly as we go up the graphical settings, especially when looking at the trees in the medium to far distance, where blocky textures are replaced with individual leaves at the higher settings. 

Here we can also see how much the details in the shadows change in the higher graphical settings, with the shadows becoming much more defined as we get to higher settings within the game. 

 

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01-03-2016, 16:53:04

TPC
Decent review but I have some gripes considering your write-up. In about 3,5 A4 pages of written text I found major mistakes either grammatically or just contextual and that was me just skimming the review.
I.e.
"Lately many critics has said that Ubisoft[...]"
"In a many cases here that the AMD R9 380 has higher minimum framerates than that GTX 960 has averages[...]"
"[...]very impressive fro such a[...]"
"Moving to the high end to the Nvidia GTX 980Ti and the R9 Fury X we can see that Nvidia has the clear advantage[...]"

Also your punctuation has to be worked on.
It's a well produced review but your syntax is just terrible IMO which makes the whole review unpleasant to read.
But you could work on that fro sure.Quote

01-03-2016, 17:11:04

WYP
Quote:
Originally Posted by TPC View Post
Decent review but I have some gripes considering your write-up. In about 3,5 A4 pages of written text I found major mistakes either grammatically or just contextual and that was me just skimming the review.
I.e.
"Lately many critics has said that Ubisoft[...]"
"In a many cases here that the AMD R9 380 has higher minimum framerates than that GTX 960 has averages[...]"
"[...]very impressive fro such a[...]"
"Moving to the high end to the Nvidia GTX 980Ti and the R9 Fury X we can see that Nvidia has the clear advantage[...]"

Also your punctuation has to be worked on.
It's a well produced review but your syntax is just terrible IMO which makes the whole review unpleasant to read.
But you could work on that fro sure.
Thank you for your clear an honest assessment, it is certainly something that I need to work on.
It is clear that I need to take more time rereading these, which is something that I will be doing in the future.

Anything else that you would like to add would be greatly appreciated, including any extra performance date that people would like to see included in these reviews.Quote

01-03-2016, 19:28:04

Kilbane
ULTRA PRESET, 1440P, GTX 970

http://i.imgur.com/tsAPppX.jpgQuote

01-03-2016, 21:43:04

NeverBackDown
Page 6, on the first 380 tests you have the min set as 82 and the avg at 73.. pretty sure that's mixed up

As always a nice quick readQuote

01-03-2016, 23:56:26

lukepeden
The game seems to run quite well so far. I have not yet seen any bugs or glitches and its fairly well optimized, even at 4k.

This is the in game benchmark with a gtx 980:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8r0HeZDngj4Quote
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