For Honor Closed Beta PC Performance Review

Graphical Options and Settings

For Honor Closed Beta PC Performance Review

Graphical Options and Settings

 

For Honor has a large range of graphical and display options, though at this time it is unknown if Ubisoft plans on releasing additional graphical details and options before the game officially launches on February 14th.

Below is a list of the game's current display options.  

 

Display Mode - Fullscreen/Borderless Window/Windowed

Display Monitor - Choose your primary display (useful in multi-screen setups)

Screen Resolution - Supports a wide range of display resolutions, including 21:9. 

Refresh Rate - Choose your display's refresh rate

V-Sync - Off, double buffering and triple buffering

Field of View -  60-90 (defaults to 71 for 16:9 displays)

 

For Honor Closed Beta PC Performance Review


Below is a list of the game's graphical options. Again we do not know if Ubisoft plans on releasing additional settings when the game officially launches.  

We will be testing this game using the title's built-in Low, Medium, High and Ultra Presets. 

 

Quality Preset - Low, Medium, High and Extreme

Texture Filtering - Trilinear, x2, x4, x8, x16

Anti- Aliasing - FXAA, SMAA, TAA

Render Scaling - 25-100%

Geometric Detail -  Low, Medium, High and Extreme

Texture Quality - Low, Medium and High

Dynamic Shadows - Off, Low, Medium, High and Extreme

Environmental detail - Low, Medium and High

Ambient Occlusion - Off, HBAO+ and MHBAO

Dynamic Reflections - on/off

Motion Blur - on/off

Super Sampling Anti-Aliasing - on/off 

  
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28-01-2017, 14:03:41

NeverBackDown
Just wondering here, but you think the 480 would do as well at 4k than a Fury X? With these new drivers, we keep seeing the 480 get closer and closer to its level. The extra VRAM helps to(not that it matters for this game).
It probably won't perform as well, but just curious if you know how roughly close it would be.Quote
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