Today, Ubisoft has released Far Cry 6, the next part of the shooter series. In the last few days, some outlets have taken a technical look at the title and noticed an abnormality in the high-resolution textures that players can also download for the PC. The package is around 35GB in size. However, there seem to be a few difficulties, especially with Nvidia graphics cards.

According to the information from the development team, a GPU with at least 11GB VRAM is required for the textures. However, initial tests have shown that not even the GeForce RTX 2080 Ti was able to load the high-resolution textures correctly. The RTX 3080 with 10GB also seems to have problems with the package. At the moment it looks like only the RTX 3060, RTX 3080 Ti and RTX 3090 can handle the textures. If the HD package is deactivated in the settings, the display errors will also be eliminated.

Far Cry 6: Great guerrilla adventure without a playful revolution

Far Cry 6 (buy now 49,49 €) is also currently struggling with a CPU problem. Accordingly, the game is extremely demanding on a single thread. In the test with an Intel i9 9900K, it was found that a core is almost constantly loaded. This also leads to major performance problems with high-end PCs. The CPU bottlenecked during playback at 1440p / Ultra. It is almost impossible to get to 120FPS – even at 1080p. However, an update from Ubisoft should fix this problem. We have also taken a detailed look at Far Cry 6. In the test you can read everything you need to know about the new shooter.

via DSOGaming

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