Dark Souls 3 on PC: Low and Max Graphics Presets Look Almost Identical
With Dark Souls 3 set to launch in a few weeks, a side-by-side comparison of a beta build on PC has just hit the web. The video demonstrates the textures, lighting, reflection, water quality and other elements of the role-playing game – from the lowest settings all the way through to the maximum.
Apparently, the max and low settings look almost identical; you might only notice minimal differences in resources such as water and shadows. Keep in mid though that it’s a beta build so the results might change when the final version of the game launches.
It doesn’t seem like the PC version will eat a ton of graphical parameters. According to multiple reports, the game is set to run at 60fps, and a Dual Core CPU coupled with a GTX 770 GPU should be enough to run the game at its highest settings. Though take this with a grain of sand as nothing is official right now.
Built on the Bloodborne engine, Dark Souls 3 is due to launch on the PS4, Xbox One, and PC on April 12, 2016.
Gohar is the lead editor at TechFrag. He has a wide range of interests when it comes to tech but he's currently spending a big chunk of his time writing about privacy, cyber security, and anything policy related.