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    Re: Is Assassin's Creed Origins maxing out your CPU?

    Naaah It's just mining monero.........
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    Re: Is Assassin's Creed Origins maxing out your CPU?

    Quote Originally Posted by acekorneya View Post
    I have the game and believe me the game look amazing and yeah my CPU is always Max Out... but that being said the game is always running at 60 FPS@1080p (Max AA (Snip))
    some game footage

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JnoT...ature=youtu.be

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u_v9DiGf31U

    What you mean to say is, "Please, please, come and look at my channel and leave likes so I can get SUBS!"

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    Re: Is Assassin's Creed Origins maxing out your CPU?

    For me the main thing is the story of the game, we can always find some problems within games quality, but I got average 42 fps on 1080p, with no AA but other quality settings are maxed out, no stuttering or any other major problems. Have rig with gtx970 GPU and i7 4770 CPU and 16GB RAM

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    Re: Is Assassin's Creed Origins maxing out your CPU?

    Quote Originally Posted by EvilCycle View Post
    New ubisoft AAA title doesn't run well on PC.... who would have thought! I doubt it is just the DRM, look at it properly, watch dogs (1 and 2), every AC game from unity onwards and a handful of other games, an exampe being wildlands, have all been sloppy bad performing ports, ubisoft are happy for the users to blame the DRM at present because it masks how awful their programming is (again.)
    You forgot to mention how they ran Heroes of Might and Magic into the ground with 6 and 7.

    As a side note I have friends who were and are Ubi bug testers and I can confirm the devs don't even attempt to fix certain things if it'd mean moving back the release date to do so, even if the bug is noticeable. I believe they go with a "what can be done in the time frame, without trying too hard" type attitude. Not the bug tester's fault.

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    Re: Is Assassin's Creed Origins maxing out your CPU?

    Quote Originally Posted by Ozaron View Post
    As a side note I have friends who were and are Ubi bug testers and I can confirm the devs don't even attempt to fix certain things if it'd mean moving back the release date to do so, even if the bug is noticeable. I believe they go with a "what can be done in the time frame, without trying too hard" type attitude. Not the bug tester's fault.
    That's the attitude all successful studios must take. It's always a compromise between benefit and cost, for both features and bugs. A perfect at all costs approach is a shortcut to never releasing and disappointing both fans and your stakeholders.

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    Re: Is Assassin's Creed Origins maxing out your CPU?

    Quote Originally Posted by kalniel View Post
    That's the attitude all successful studios must take. It's always a compromise between benefit and cost, for both features and bugs. A perfect at all costs approach is a shortcut to never releasing and disappointing both fans and your stakeholders.
    Definitely the Bethesda school of thought when it comes to its open world games!!


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    Re: Is Assassin's Creed Origins maxing out your CPU?

    Quote Originally Posted by excalibur1814 View Post
    What you mean to say is, "Please, please, come and look at my channel and leave likes so I can get SUBS!"

    hahahahaha you're hilarious sir what channel only like 3 videos hahahahaha i just wanted people to see how the game looks.. but thanks for making me laugh tho lol
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    Re: Is Assassin's Creed Origins maxing out your CPU?

    Quote Originally Posted by virtuo View Post
    ...Ubi must have some sort of QA process before release.
    Yeah, this is the guy in charge of QA:

    https://i.imgur.com/HlNZTIa.jpg

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    Re: Is Assassin's Creed Origins maxing out your CPU?

    Only time I drop for a few seconds below 6 is swapping between Senu & Player, rest of the time im at 60-75 fps @ ultra.

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    Re: Is Assassin's Creed Origins maxing out your CPU?

    Ubisoft suggested the following this weekend:

    We closely monitor your feedback and are actively investigating each case brought to our attention so far. Due to the varying setups of PC rigs, we need to assess them individually.

    We’ve been asked for a reference as to what hardware you would need to run the game in around 60fps. Below are two configurations of hardware we have used as a benchmark for running the game at 1080p or 1440p.


    Hardware of this level or higher is required to meet this performance, however, a combination of these will provide different results. Please also note that your type of PC components should not range too far from each other. For example, if you have a GTX980 but using a processor that is lower than the recommended, you will most likely not be able to meet 60 FPS.

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    Re: Is Assassin's Creed Origins maxing out your CPU?

    Quote Originally Posted by cheesemp View Post
    I am reminded once again why I don't buy Ubisoft or EA games. Thanks but no thanks. I'll stick to publishers and indy devs which care about the customer and don't think loot boxes are a good idea...
    I haven't had any issues with EA games and their customer support has helped me out twice, UPlay on the other hand is a steaming pile of dog rubbishrubbishrubbishrubbishe.

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    Re: Is Assassin's Creed Origins maxing out your CPU?

    Quote Originally Posted by excalibur1814 View Post
    What you mean to say is, "Please, please, come and look at my channel and leave likes so I can get SUBS!"
    What are you on about? He's not begging for subs on his channel or have any text on there. Just gameplay as he suggested. Or is there something wrong with someone showing gameplay?
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