«Final Fantasy XV» for PC on super-ultra-low graphics are beautiful stuff
Game optimization is a virtue. To get games running on many different platforms and PC configurations, it is necessary to chart both graphics and make compromises in resource management.
If developers do not do this well, it’s often curly (just look at the early editions of Battlegrounds), but usually remember most to have different levels of graphics settings you can tamper with to make the game run well.
Now it turns out that Square-Enix has gone a bit longer than most, for some have found an ultra- ultra- low setting in the Stress Test release of “Final Fantasy XV” – and the results are nightmare.
It is Twitter user @RevolverUnit who first released the photos, but also the YouTube channel LowSpecGamer has posted a video showing hysterical models from a hero
The latter gets the game’s benchmark program to run even on a laptop with integrated graphics for over 20 fps.