As you can see from the specs above, these are very strict hardware requirements. It’s surprising that 4K Ultra demand for his one of the most powerful (and most expensive) GPUs on the market, the RTX 3080, demands even the minimum specs of an Nvidia GTX 1060 (6GB) or an AMD Radeon RX 580. It’s not what you should do. (8GB) is quite expensive. Unfortunately, if your PC doesn’t meet these requirements but you love the game, it’s time to upgrade. However, with the hardware, it looks like Deathloop will be something very special on PC.
Deathloop is Bethesda’s upcoming PS5 and PC game, with an interesting time loop twist in its gameplay, and its PC requirements show just how ambitious this game is, especially on PC. However, even the recommended minimum specs (published by Bethesda) are quite high, especially compared to other modern games, so the PS5 version could be the best version for many.
It also allows you to see enemies you can’t see on a regular monitor, giving you a competitive advantage – until it’s too late. AMD FidelityFX Super Resolution, on the other hand, is a technology that upscales games to run at higher resolutions with less performance impact and minimal image quality loss. Recently, he spoke to AMD about FidelityFX Super Resolution at PC Gaming Week this year.
Bethesda also revealed that the game will be adding PC-exclusive features such as ultrawide monitor support and AMD FidelityFX super-resolution support. Ultrawide monitor support lets you play games in 21:9 (or higher) aspect ratios. Almost all modern games on PC support this, but it’s still nice to see. A wider aspect ratio allows for a more immersive gaming experience as the game takes up more of your field of view.
This will help gamers with AMD or Nvidia GPUs get more consistent frame rates, so it’s great to see it here. You can also move your vision and head, and toggle many graphics settings on or off to make the PC version look like the final version – so long as you have a capable rig.