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Shadow Warrior 2 downgradato? Neanche per sogno!


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Alcune voci sui forum di Steam hanno affermato che Shadow Warrior 2 avrebbe subìto un downgrade grafico, accuse che la software house Flying Wild Hog avrebbe prontamente respinto. Il portavoce dell’azienda KriS ha infatti risposto ai post del forum che non solo il titolo non è stato downgradato in nessuna maniera, al contrario, sono state aggiunte “tonnellate di nuovi effetti GFX e altri contenuti”. KriS ha continuato elencando altri effetti che ci saranno nel titolo, come nebbia volumetrica, luci direzionali, riflessi in tempo reale, ombre in tempo reale implementate per molte delle sorgenti luminose. Stando ai test di Flying Wild Hog, il titolo è capace di arrivare ai 40fps su dettagli alti su una singola GTX660, dimostrandosi così molto scalabile. Per concludere, […]

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