For Honor Closed Beta PC Performance Review

1440p Performance

For Honor Closed Beta PC Performance Review

1440p Performance

Moving up to 1440p we can see that anything above AMD's RX 480 and Nvidia's GTX 1060 are capable of running this game at 1440p 60+FPS at Extreme settings, which is great to see in For Honor's multiplayer mode. Hopefully, this kind of performance also transfers over the game's single player campaigns, as I certainly would like to play some more For Honor after my time with the Closed Beta.    

It is likely that the game's single player component will be more demanding that For Honor's multiplayer modes, though we will not be able to test this before the game releases on February 14th.   

 

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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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