Quantic Dream has launched the demo for Past: Two Souls and we are able to verify that this new cinematic recreation makes use of the Denuvo anti-tamper tech. Moreover, and equally to Heavy Rain, the PC model runs silky easy in 4K/Max settings, with none main points.
With the intention to seize the next 4K screenshots, we used an Intel i7 4930Ok (overclocked at 4.2Ghz) with 16GB of DDR3 RAM at 2133Mhz, NVIDIA’s RTX 2080Ti, AMD’s Radeon RX Vega 64, Home windows 10 64-bit and the newest variations of the GeForce and the AMD Adrenalin drivers.
The PC demo of Past: Two Souls ran with fixed 60fps on each of our AMD and NVIDIA GPUs. Actually, the RTX2080Ti was not harassed in any respect (the sport might be both locked at 30fps or 60fps, and there’s no option to take away this framerate cap), suggesting that even a GTX980Ti can run it in 4K/Max settings.
Quantic Dream has added just a few graphics settings to tweak. PC avid gamers can alter the standard of Textures, Fashions, Reflections, Shadows, Anti-Aliasing and Ambient Occlusion, and there are alternatives to allow/disable Movement Blur and Depth of Discipline.
Graphically, the PC model of Past: Two Souls is the definitive model as it will probably run easily in 4K and runs with 60fps (the PS4 model runs at 30fps). Nonetheless, most PC avid gamers will instantly discover some dated textures, and there was noticeable aliasing even in 4K (the sport solely helps FXAA and SMAA for its anti-aliasing answer). A few of the character animations additionally really feel dated and a few characters – like for instance the 3D mannequin for Willem Dafoe – really feel bizarre, although we do must say that Jodie Holmes (the principle feminine protagonist who relies on Elen Web page) seems to be completely gorgeous.
Beneath you’ll find some 4K screenshots from the PC demo of Past: Two Souls.
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