Discussion in 'Article Discussion' started by bit-tech, 10 Dec 2020.
As a little aside on the subject of stuttering in cutscenes/menus, does tinkering with frame-related things like v-sync make any difference? I only ask because it's right in the fore of my mind, as yesterday I had the exact same sort of behaviour in GTA5 and forcing v-sync in the Nvidia control panel and enabling it in-game sorted it out. Clearly something to do with the transition between the unlocked fps of in-game and the locked fps of cutscenes/menus was causing the problem.
Bit-tech were not given a review copy like other sites?
Bigger question - are bit-tech not considered for hardware and games as much anymore?
Bit-tech gets sloppy seconds on reviews these days. Hexus waves their wiffy cock around and attracts all the flies.
There are quite a few things you can do to improve performance, like whacking up DLSS and turning off Windows fullscreen optimisation. I'm going to write a little performance guide for the site, as it's by far the most demanding game I've seen in years.
Only a handful of publications were given review copies in (relatively) good time. The vast majority got them the day before launch, us included.
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