Gunfire Games has admitted that it developed the PC version of Remnant 2 immediately considering the use of the upgrade in order to improve performance.
What’s left 2 to Computer He was Developed with the upgrade in mind: Gunfire Games explained this, admitting that it immediately considered the impact of technologies like DLSS, FSR, and XeSS in order to improve performance in light of the launch.
In short, really excellent marks have been welcomed by the international press, Remnant 2 has been awarded The termination phase is completely skipped Which is usually dedicated to improving performance on the Windows platform, resorting to this means to do it sooner and imagine resolving the situation with targeted updates after launch.
In the interest of transparency, we designed the game Subject to upgrade (DLSS/FSR/XeSS)the development team wrote in a post. “So if you leave the upgrade settings as they are (you can hit ‘reset to defaults’ to get them back to normal), you should have smoother gameplay.”
The inevitable controversy
Upscaling technologies were primarily created to allow GPUs to have stable frame rates even in the presence of particularly demanding effects, above all ray tracing. Unfortunately, more and more developers seem to be taking advantage of this mode Address known deficiencies in optimization on the computer.
Needless to say, Gunfire Games’ guilty plea “for the sake of transparency” sparked The inevitable controversy On social media, calls to boycott the PC version of Remnant 2 multiply and posts explaining the concept that games should improve.
Unfortunately, the ever-increasing prevalence and quality of various DLSS, FSR and XeSS has led to behaviors of this kind and lowered the price/performance ratio of new GPUs, reaching the paradox of €2,000 video cards not exceeding 4K at 60fps in some titles produced recently.
What to do to improve performance
It appears that the performance issues in Remnant 2 It is not the same for everyone. As pointed out by Gunfire Games, “Out of memory while loading” errors seem to occur more frequently on Nvidia GeForce RTX 4090 and Intel Core i9-13900K CPUs.
Running the game in Windows 8 compatibility mode, lowering the graphics settings, exiting, loading Remnant 2 normally again, then back to normal graphics seems to help with the issue. memory problem. Disabling overclocking also seems to help. In general, one of the settings to reduce to improve performance is shadows.
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