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Technical problems Final Fantasy 7 Remake Intergrade on PC

Technical problems Final Fantasy 7 Remake Intergrade on PC

Digital Finder announced that even with the RTX 3090 graphics card and Intel Core i7 10900K processor, the Final Fantasy 7 Remake Intergrade game will drop frames.

After the introduction of the PC version of Final Fantasy 7 Remake Intergrade and its release in the Epic Games Store, some people protested against the $ 70 price of the product. Now a new report says that the game Final Fantasy 7 Remake Intergrade on PC is technically difficult.

The case started when Alexander Bataglia from Digital Foundry team announced on Twitter: "RTSS does not eliminate the frame rate problems of Fantasy 7 Remix. My point is that the game offers a lower frame rate just when it needs to run at 60 frames per second. "PresentMon does not display what it should." He went on to point out that The Medium and No Man's Sky had this problem because of their dependence on OpenGL, but after replacing it with Vulkan technology, they experienced significant improvements in performance.

Also John Lynmn , senior author of Digital Fandry in connection with the proposed talks said: "Alex sent us your videos to make them look and yes, the PC port of Final Fantasy 7 remake is terrible. He recorded the video while the game was running on an RTX 3090 graphics card with a Core i7 10900K processor; That's when the resolution was at 1080p. "The run of Final Fantasy 7 Remix had a key impact on the game's storytelling, and this version does not."

Interestingly, the hardware tested for the gaming PC port by Digital Foundry is much more powerful than the Square Enix system. On the other hand, this is not the first time that Square Enix games with inappropriate ports are available for PC users. With these interpretations, we have to wait and see when the development team will fix the problems for the PC version.
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