Originally Posted by damric
Oh I would but it's tied up in my other computer which runs more demanding games at 4k.
Of note, my RX570 can play the new HALO game at 4K maximum detail at a constant 60FPS. We were testing it yesterday. That game is incredibly optimized and looks great.
Nice! Another game I would think would run well is Forza Horizon 4. I don't even normally play racing games, as you probably know, I mostly play WRPGs and JRPGs, action/adventure, and not many fps to be honest.
Its really well optimized, but unfortunately in my case tends to crash in the menus while tuning cars (driving/races are fine). Its usually while saving; fortunately the changes I make to a cars parts stick but I have to reopen the game.
I've heard it runs better on AMD and seen that a Vega64 outperforms the 1080ti by a solid margin in it (+15%)
Gameplay wise its impeccable; really really well done. The only racing game I ever got addicted to (Aside from SEGA Outrun and Super Hang-On arcades) is Tokyo Extreme Racer 2 on Dreamcast. This is a very similar style game with every aspect of the car tunable, and racing for money to upgrade or buy new cars. It also has like 400 cars or something, all licensed from real manufacturers, and isnt just limited to Japan Domestic Manufacturers cars like in the old TXR2.
Anyway, if you can get it on sale and you have any interest or ever played any older games in this style (Burnout Paradise on X360 and NFS Underground are similar) it'll keep you busy for weeks
Also gonna be doing a keyboard build in my build log so keep your eyes on that too. https://www.pcgamingrace.com/product...l-brown-switch
Got that and will be changing switches and keycaps