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“Don’t buy the game, the port is terrible”: PC gamers complained about the technical condition.

The action that came out the other day Stranger of Paradise: Final Fantasy Origin from Square Enix and Team Ninja faced many complaints about the technical condition of the PC version.

In particular, one of the users created a post in subredited, where he called the PC port awful. According to him, the game looks “hellishly ugly” and still does not give a stable 120 frames RTX 3080sitting down in battles up to 40-50 FPS. Moreover, when the frame rate drops, there is a strange bug with slowing down of the game speed, which creates the effect of slow motion shooting.

“I strongly recommend not to buy the game until the fixes appear. I have never seen such a bad port,” he said.

Another player pointed to excessively high consumption of video memory – 9 GB, and at any settings. He also writes that he was faced with the fact that when entering the user interface or watching some cut scenes, the game forcibly switches the graphics settings to very low.

Other problems include 100% CPU usage when setting a high graphics preset and incorrectly filling the screen if the display resolution does not match the one set in the game (only four options are available). According to users, the graphics in the PC version are on par PlayStation 4and productivity even on a powerful modern iron is incomparably low.

“I set 4K, locked 60 frames per second, turned off the dynamic graphics change option to maintain a stable FPS and removed motion blur. I have an i9-9900k, 2080 Ti, 32GB of RAM, and the game runs like shit.”

Although many other users have similar problems, some report that the game works fine.

“It’s amazing. I play the RX 6600 and I don’t have any problems. It’s stable at 60 frames per second and the game looks much better than on consoles. It’s definitely not the most beautiful game, but it’s not as bad as you describe it.” , – One user reported.

“On my computer with RTX 3060 Ti, 16 GB of DDR4 and i5-10400F RAM, there are no problems. I run the game at a maximum setting of 2560 × 1440 with a frame rate of 60 frames per second,” added another.

Be that as it may, this is not the first time computer ports have been used Square Enix criticized for performance problems. PC version released in December Final Fantasy VII Remake was recognized by experts Digital Foundry the worst AAA release on PC in a long time.

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