We have just played the very beginning of Middle-earth: Shadow of War on PC and we have a couple of videos to share with you now. The game seems to be pretty demanding as our GTX 1080 cannot hold a steady 60 fps in 1440p when maxed out. Simply lowering the shadows to high instead of ultra seems to do the trick in such a resolution though. The first video was recorded in 1080p with the game fully maxed out as the game was also running in 1080p. The second video was recorded in 1080p while the game's resolution was pushed to 1440p with high shadows only. Take a look and let us know what you think. We'll also have some PS4 Pro footage sometime tomorrow.
Some nice indie releases on Switch this week. Gonna grab Enter the Gungeon and The End is Nigh. (3 Hours ago)
i'm just worried how i'm gonna get decent framerate with my gtx980 on a 4k display, my current tv is a 1080p panel, which is a great match (5 Hours ago)
@Melmoth: That's what pissed me off with Samsung and their misleading marketing, giving yokels the impression that QLED and OLED are similar technologies. To be fair it worked for them, Oh mankind!smh (5 Hours ago)
some years ago when every new tv was a LED tv, it was still a LCD panel, just with LED backlight, so mostly just for marketing purpose. (6 Hours ago)
the similar names (containing the letters LED), and the Q being similar to an O, it's very different technology. (6 Hours ago)