Dishonored 2 PC Performance Review
Published: 13th November 2016 | Source: OC3D | Price: |
Graphics comparison - Low, Medium, High and Ultra
Today we will be testing something new here at OC3D, graphical comparison sliders, which allow our readers to easily look at games and more easily compare the visual quality of certain graphical settings. Below will be a small version of each settings slider as well as a link to a larger version which can take up your whole screen.
Again we can see that moving from Low settings to Ultra that there is a huge increase in texture resolution, which is particularly noticeable on your pistol, crossbow and sword, with the texture detail on some walls and roads becoming very muddy/low resolution when up inspected closely.
At Ultra we can again see that the water reflections add greatly to the scene's realism, with lower settings also removing a lot of objects and details in the distance, be it the removal of boxes and other geometry of some plant life in certain scenes.
The textures for characters are also greatly diminished when playing at low settings, with characters lacking realistic skin textures and nonexistent shadowing. At Ultra settings the faces and expressions shown by your enemies are very satisfying to look at and marks a huge improvement on visual quality over the original while maintaining the same art style.
(Very Low vs Ultra Settings)(fullscreen version)
(Low vs Ultra Settings)(fullscreen version)
(Medium vs Ultra Settings)(fullscreen version)
(High vs Ultra Settings)(fullscreen version)
(Very High vs Ultra Settings)(fullscreen version)