Homefront: The Revolution PC Performance Review

1440p Testing with AMD R9 Fury X and Nvidia GTX 980Ti

Homefront: The Revolution PC Perforamance Review

1440p Testing with AMD R9 Fury X and Nvidia GTX 980Ti

 

Moving up to 1440p we see that Nvidia's GTX 980Ti still hold a huge advantage over AMD's R9 Fury X, though both GPUs are only able to achieve a solid 60+ FPS framerate at low settings.  

If you are comfortable with playing at below 60FPS you can easily play this game comfortably at high settings, with a constant framerate of 40FPS or higher. Moving up to Ultra we see both GPUs reach minimum framerates of around 30, which makes the game a very uncomfortable experience. 

 

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21-05-2016, 20:01:31

jimma47
Argh such a shame. Was looking forward to this (yeah I'm in the minority that enjoyed the first one)

Looks like it's going to be another long, slow process of optimising before it's actually playable at decent settings. Wait for the summer sales -well winter for you lot.Quote

23-05-2016, 03:26:13

warrenbowers
I was really looking forward this game as i also enjoyed the last one. But was disappointed when i had to turn the setting down to medium on my GTX 980ti's just so i could play it. I am going to try the setting in this article to see what difference that makes and also disable SLI as this game doesn't support it.Quote

23-05-2016, 04:36:40

SPS
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Originally Posted by warrenbowers View Post
I was really looking forward this game as i also enjoyed the last one. But was disappointed when i had to turn the setting down to medium on my GTX 980ti's just so i could play it. I am going to try the setting in this article to see what difference that makes and also disable SLI as this game doesn't support it.
From the screen shots in the article there doesn't look to be a huge difference between medium and very high. Per-object shadows appear to be the only (massively noticeable) thing I can see which are missing in medium. Just because the preset is named "medium" doesn't mean it's comparable to medium presets on other games.Quote

23-05-2016, 05:16:34

Pendragon
This is one of those games that has "steam Sale" written all over it. Add it to your collection once the sale price drops to a more comfortable level.

I may pick it up sooner rather than later as it is going to get Linux support. As a Linux user games like this don't come along too often. However if it runs like arse on Windows it doesn't look good for us penguin loving gamers.Quote
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