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I tried it out.
The performance is surprisingly good.
The graphics 'options' are a joke.
There's just one slider for adjusting the overall quality of the game.
That's simply unacceptable.

Even at the max slider setting, it appears that it doesn't match DX11 graphics.
Shadows, tesselation seem to be low-quality and off.
There's no PhysX enabled AFAIK.

Anyway you could post a screenshot comparing the two?
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post #22 of 24
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Originally Posted by Evil Penguin View Post

I tried it out.
The performance is surprisingly good.
The graphics 'options' are a joke.
There's just one slider for adjusting the overall quality of the game.
That's simply unacceptable.

Even at the max slider setting, it appears that it doesn't match DX11 graphics.
Shadows, tesselation seem to be low-quality and off.
There's no PhysX enabled AFAIK.

That's... dissapointing. Are they even using OpenGL 4+??
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Showing a greater uptake in Linux? Plus it's news for those who're craving Russian Post-Apocalyptia on Ubuntu thumb.gif

 

 

So, there really is no point in any of this. First with Linux, second with a game that is essentially a BF map...

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Anyway you could post a screenshot comparing the two?
Here you go thumb.gif
http://www.overclock.net/t/1439965/metro-last-light-windows-vs-linux-graphics-comparison
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