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Official specs have been released for the AC3 remaster, Pretty good requirements for 4K.



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Official specs have been released for the AC3 remaster, Pretty good requirements for 4K.


Ooooooooooo. Nice! Thanks Dice!
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Official specs have been released for the AC3 remaster, Pretty good requirements for 4K.


I love the focus on AMD here with Intel and Nvidia in lower case normal font. I love the fact I see more and more AMD focussed games. Nvidia seem to be losing their bullyish dominance slowly.
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I love the focus on AMD here with Intel and Nvidia in lower case normal font. I love the fact I see more and more AMD focussed games. Nvidia seem to be losing their bullyish dominance slowly.
TBH AMD seems to be a good hardware partner, focusing more on getting better performance than merely adding extra graphical fluff on top of games.

As cool as Ray Tracing and DLSS is, what most people want is to get more out of what they have, and in the case of AMD they can also use their expertise to help the console versions too.

Think of AMD's last three promoted games, Resident Evil 2, Devil May Cry 5 and The Division 2. All of them perform very well on PC.
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TBH AMD seems to be a good hardware partner, focusing more on getting better performance than merely adding extra graphical fluff on top of games.

As cool as Ray Tracing and DLSS is, what most people want is to get more out of what they have, and in the case of AMD they can also use their expertise to help the console versions too.

Think of AMD's last three promoted games, Resident Evil 2, Devil May Cry 5 and The Division 2. All of them perform very well on PC.
I know its quick news here, but you couldn't have phrased that any better.
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