DSOGaming has published the results of testing the PC version of Immortals Fenyx Rising on various video cards. The dependence of the CPU on the game was also analyzed.
Experts have determined that Ubisoft’s adventure game is not heavily dependent on processor power. Journalists simulated a situation where a user has a dual-core CPU with four threads in his PC. Coupled with the RTX 2080 Ti, the system could show 74-88 fps.
At the same time, there is almost no difference between 4 cores / 4 threads and 8 cores / 16 threads. The game is probably not taking full advantage of the multicore CPUs, so there is little point in them. Much more title depends on the video card.
RX Vega 64-grade graphics cards at 1080p with maximum graphics settings will deliver a stable 60 frames per second. Top-end options like the RTX 2080 Ti under the same conditions demonstrate above 90 fps. However, at 4K, the NVIDIA video card can no longer hold a frame rate of 60 fps.
For AMD owners, it is recommended to download the latest Radeon 20.11.3 driver with support for Immortals: Fenyx Rising and ray tracing extensions for Vulkan. In addition, the driver fixes a number of problems. You can download the driver from the official AMD website or from the settings menu of the Radeon Adrenalin Edition application.
As for the game, the synopsis sounds like this:
Your character is Phoenix, the new winged demigod. You have to save the Greek gods and their home from a terrible curse. Fight mythical creatures, master legendary powers, and defeat Typhon, the most dangerous titan in Greek mythology, in a great battle.
The average score on Metacritic is 74 out of 100 for the PC version, 82 based on 35 reviews for the Xbox Series X and 76/100 for the PS5. Critics noted that Immortals Fenyx Rising has a lot of borrowings from The Legends of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. It doesn’t spoil the game, but it doesn’t make it unique either.
Immortals Fenyx Rising is coming to PC, PS4, Xbox One, PS5, Xbox Series, Switch and Stadia tomorrow. The game supports a free upgrade to nextgen.