Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus PC Performance Review

High Resolution Screenshot/graphical comparison - Low to Max settings Part 2

Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus PC Performance Review

High-Resolution Screenshot/graphical comparison - Low to Max settings

Moving into this city scene we found that the changes to the game's distant texture details were much more noticeable, with higher settings offering increased detail at a distance when looking at things like the grouting between the pavement slabs and other terrain details. 

Even at low settings, Wolfenstein II offers a decent visual presentation, though Ultra and Higher settings are what most PC gamers should be aiming for. Just be aware that this game is extremely VRAM intensive at higher graphical settings, requiring GPUs with as much as 8GB of VRAM to run well at 4K and over 4GB of RAM to run well at 1080p Mein Leber! settings.  

 


(Low (Left), Medium(Right)

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(Medium (Left), High (Right)

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(High (Left), Ultra (Right)

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(Ultra (Left), Uber (Right)

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(Uber (Left), Mein Leber! (Right)

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Most Recent Comments

03-11-2017, 14:02:48

NeverBackDown
Very impressive CPU performance from this game. It's the polar opposite of AC:Origins lolQuote

03-11-2017, 14:44:12

AlienALX
Smooth as a baby's bum for me. Wish it would DSR to 4k though.Quote

03-11-2017, 14:52:20

Bartacus
Is it SLI friendly?Quote

03-11-2017, 15:02:59

WYP
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Originally Posted by Bartacus View Post
Is it SLI friendly?
Sadly we do not have the hardware for SLI/Crossfire/Multi-GPU testing. Would be something that would be nice to look into, but then there is the cost, time etc to take into account.Quote

03-11-2017, 15:06:40

Bartacus
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Originally Posted by WYP View Post
Sadly we do not have the hardware for SLI/Crossfire/Multi-GPU testing. Would be something that would be nice to look into, but then there is the cost, time etc to take into account.
I wouldn't expect you guys to test that, especially considering the seeming abandonment of SLI, but I was just curious. I'll find out myself fairly soon.Quote
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