Far Cry 6: PC graphics performance benchmark review

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Game performance 1920x1080 (Full HD)

Game  performance 1920x1080 (Full HD)

The game offers several quality settings and modes. At 1920x1080 even entry-level to mainstream graphics cards achieve very good frame rates at the best possible settings. Visually there is little difference in-between the normal to the most complex mode settings. Let's start with Full HD test the graphics cards based on the quality settings we've shown you. Framerates vary in different scenes. This is also the reason what on one website the results are lower/higher. Benchmarks are an indication of the scene we play in. Here's what we did, basically you shift that quality preset to level to the max. As you can see in Full HD, all cards are capable enough to run that 60+ FPS domain.

We'll first look at 'default' performance, this means rasterized/shading at fitting Ultra image quality settings. We apply TAA here.  You'll be hard-pressed to run out of stamina with any graphics card here. Some things never change, and bottlenecks in the Ubisoft Far Cry engine is one of them. At 1920x1080 we immediately stumble into an FPS wall in the 100~110 FPS range.


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