Watch Dogs: Legion
Watch Dogs: Legion is an action-adventure video game set in a fictionalized version of London. Published and developed by Ubisoft, it was released on October 29th, 2020.
Our test uses a custom in game timed benchmark that consists of five minutes of game play near and around the London Eye starting on the bridge. This location was chosen at it offers everything from a variety of NPCs, NPC vehicles, water surface reflections, and generally speaking is both visually stunning and is incredibly hard on a video card. Particularly with ray tracing turned on.
An average of four runs was taken.
The settings used in the testing below are the defaults for the ‘Ultra’ display settings, but with Vsync disabled and Ray Tracing enabled. All at a resolution of 1080P, 1440P, or 4K.
Witcher 3 is an action role-playing video game set in an open world environment, developed by Polish video game developer CD Projekt RED and released on May 2015.
Our test uses a real world timed benchmark that consists of three minutes of game play during the ‘Beast of the White Orchard’ quest. This section of the game incorporates everything from grass, to water, to hair, to numerous NPCs. An average of four runs was taken.
The settings used in the testing below are Ultra display settings, but with HairWorks off and Vsync disabled, at a resolution of 1080P, 1440P, and 4K.