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Was given a "Watchdogs" code....any tweaking tips?

#11Soulesskiller21Posted 8/3/2014 5:11:57 PM
SilentHawk29 posted...
WyzeGye posted...
you just hate fun in general... it's a fun game, i just assumed....


You're confusing him with jake.


from statefarm?

Sorry couldn't resist the urge
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#12TheBorderColliePosted 8/3/2014 5:47:48 PM
kingoffps posted...
*fires gun into the air*

Now. Everyone's going to sit down, and discuss Watch Dogs in a civil manner,

I recommend going with an overall preset like High and just see if you can deal with it. You will probably get stuttering no matter what you play at. I found High to be a decent tradeoff.


^^ This.

The difference between Ultra and High is rather negligible in this game. So just set it to "High" and have fun.
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#13WyzeGyePosted 8/3/2014 5:49:41 PM
SilentHawk29 posted...
WyzeGye posted...
you just hate fun in general... it's a fun game, i just assumed....


You're confusing him with jake.


Yeah... I totally am
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#14JKatarn(Topic Creator)Posted 8/4/2014 11:03:06 AM
kingoffps posted...
*fires gun into the air*

Now. Everyone's going to sit down, and discuss Watch Dogs in a civil manner,

I recommend going with an overall preset like High and just see if you can deal with it. You will probably get stuttering no matter what you play at. I found High to be a decent tradeoff.


Yeah, I left the game at the all high "preset" which is what it auto-detected for my setup, though for some reason the game defaulted to 1600x900 resolution instead of my native 1080p. I tried to bump the AA up to 2x MSAA and saw horrible lag/slowdown, so keeping it on Temporal AA. The game so far has been playable but I've seen some nasty lag in certain situations/places (usually when around a few light sources), and have actually had the game seize up for a moment or two if I rotated the camera too fast. It seems to be running at 20-30 FPS from the general responsiveness of the game (haven't used FRAPS etc. so I can't give a specific number). It tends to be stuttery when running and fairly stuttery when driving. Game generally does look nice (environmental details like puddles, plants are well done), it's a shame that the performance is so inconsistent. Seems like a fun game so far though.
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#15JKatarn(Topic Creator)Posted 8/4/2014 11:05:32 AM
johnny_pay posted...
set everything to high and use fxaa and you should be fine. if you need to turn things down, start with shadows.


I would use FXAA but I find in many instances that tends to blur out texture detail, and the game is jaggy enough as it is at 1080p with temporal AA, probably would give me a bit more performance though. Thanks.
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