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Players who picked up Stranger of Paradise: Final Fantasy Origin on PC are saying they’re experiencing gameplay points that decelerate the game throughout fight within the PC port. A participant with an RTX 3080 graphics card and an i5-12600K processor says the PC model “goes from full 120 fps straight down to low 40s and 50s” because the gameplay slows down with it on the game’s subreddit.
The difficulty isn’t restricted to gamers with Intel processors, however AMD, as a participant with a Ryzen 7 3800X processor and 48GB RAM, says, “there is definitely something really weird about this game’s performance.” Another person on the subreddit discovered the VRAM utilization to be “unusually high for the graphics fidelity,” and regardless of what number of instances they alter it, the game would nonetheless use 9 GB of VRAM.
While the game helps ultra-wide screens, it solely helps a complete of 4 completely different resolutions, which is limiting for customers who’ve screens of various resolutions. For one person, their HP bar was cropped out of gameplay after a cutscene whereas the game absolutely crammed their display moments earlier than.
While the game formally launches tomorrow, PC gamers who pre-ordered the Epic Game Store unique acquired an opportunity to play it a day earlier. This isn’t Square Enix’s first PC port criticism in current reminiscence as game tech evaluation web site Digital Foundry known as the PC model of Final Fantasy VII Remake “the worst AAA release… on PC in a good long time.”