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User Info: nominturddaddy

4 months ago#21
It currently caps at 60fps with no option to disable vsync (ported over directly from consoles), so your 144hz will go unused.

Won't comment with certainty on how individual performance will be. You should be fine.
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User Info: sfcalimari

4 months ago#22
Runs fine at 1080p on my 970. Not a bad port.
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User Info: jhood

4 months ago#23
game is running great at 1440p on my rig.4k though.....not so much. Its a fun game though,i enjoy it.
definitely pick it up man.
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User Info: Duarian

4 months ago#24
I've put like 30 hours into it, maybe halfway through the game?

Ryzen 5 1600x, gtx 980 ti. Everything maxed at 1080p. Solid 60 fps.

I've encountered no game breaking glitches yet, and my game has not crashed on me once.

User Info: randomoaf

4 months ago#25
On the PS4 version, you can switch between 720/60fps and 1080/30fps. On my PC, I cannot get a 100% lock on 720/60fps. The fps will drop to about 50 in huge areas or overlooking huge areas. 1080/30 has a framepacing problem so it's unplayable for me at that res. Another gripe is that the game has no AA settings. You have to hope that ReShade or the GPU settings can force it on.

My impression is that the game deceptively takes more power to run. It shouldn't pose a problem for most PC systems out there. No AA is annoying but at 1080p shouldn't be a big deal.

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4 months ago#26
I picked it up, did the little prison intro section and it runs flawless so far.

now its just a matter of having time to actually play it lol.
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User Info: MangorushZ_

4 months ago#27
Runs great on my 4790K stock speed, 970 GTX and 32 GB RAM DDR3 at 1080p/60fps so far, have yet to have any issue with the game, mind you I'm running everything on max with motion blur off.
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User Info: stav8

4 months ago#28

Do you even own it?

All pc graphics can be changed from the splash menu settings. In game is poor though for changing on the fly.

Port runs very solid and looks great, I can see why they went with a controller been a Japanese company as they quite clearly don't understand how to use kb/m for multiple button placement and shortcuts

I get 1080/60 consistently from my 1060 and have room to move higher if needed

User Info: xcmon3yx2

4 months ago#29
kryptonsson posted...
I heard it was good but the port was a pass until the issue were address or the game gets discounted. I was gifted it for ps4 but I still wanted to possibly pick it up for PC because well of PC is top choice.


if you like souls style gameplay, you will most likely like Nioh
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User Info: -5xad0w-

4 months ago#30
I've been playing too much Destiny 2, to be honest.

It is on my wishlist but I will probably wait for a sale now.
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