Dump your PC specs here - Devs said it will help them with performance

I have
Win 11 pro
RTX 4070
i7 - 8700 OC
32gb 3200 ram
nvme ssd 1tb

and I’m getting 43-64 fps on 1440p best quality.
out of 12gb gpu memory 11.2gb is used.


Steam Deck

It is hardly playable. I want this to succeed, so I’m soldiering on… but I’ve been getting full system crashes. Like, the Steam Deck entirely dies and I need to hard-reset it. This has never happened with any other game I’ve played on it.

I know It’s early access, so I am keeping an optimistic outlook. I mean, they got Ori running at 60fps on the switch so, I have hope. But, really hoping for some optimizations soon.

Before anything else, before new features, or anything, it needs to run well. The fact that you have a 4070 and you’re not even getting solid 60fps says it all.


Win 11 Home
CPU: AMD 7800X3D
RAM: 32gb DDR5 6000MHz
GPU: AMD Radeon RX 7800 XT
SSD: Samsung 990 Pro PCIe 4.0 NVMe M.2 2tb

Game ran great on 1440p 85fps limit “Quality” settings, while I was using my monitor. but I swapped over to my TV + Sofa setup for better comfort, using my controller.

TV is 1080p 60fps. Kept same “Quality” setting. Besides some random loss of audio from time to time, the game ran and looked great.

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well game doesn’t have dlss or fsr, this is native performance. which game you played recently going above 60fps in native? there is basically none. if this game runs on steam deck at all kudos to devs.

I have :
CPU : AMD Ryzen 5 5600
CG : AMD 6700XT
RAM : 32go 3200mhz
Monitor : 2560*1440

I get about 45-65 fps with quality preset. I expected a bit more nonetheless. (like 90fps constant)


win 10 pro
CPU: AMD 2700X
RAM: 32gb ddr4 2000mhz
GPU: RTX 4060ti
SSD: Samsung evo 870 1tb

in a lot of areas i get around 30-45fps on performance graphics on 1080p
drivers are up to date , expected a bit more but idk if its just my system


Asus g14 laptop with a 3060 and a Ryzen 9 5900HS
Playing at 1080p lowest settings and its struggling. Sometimes it can get 60 fps but it frequently crashes to 20fps.

On my handheld 7840u gpd win mini at 720p it actually can maintain a pretty good 30 fps at the lowest settings with some dips to 20fps. It actually feels more playable on the 7" screen then the laptop running at 1080p.


Win 10 LTSC
CPU: Intel 12900KS
RAM: 32gb ddr5 8000mhz
Mobo: EVGA Z690 Dark Kingpin
GPU: RTX 3090
SSD: Samsung 980 Pro (2TB)
PSU: EVGA G3 1000w Plat
CPU/GPU Water Cooled

Runs great on 4k, res at 110%, Best Quality preset.
Nvidia Control Panel power plan set to ‘max performance’.
Windows power plan set to ‘max performance’.

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Win 11 Home 23H2
Ryzen 7700X
Asus ROG Strix X670E-E
G.skill TridentZ memory F5-6000J3238F16GX2-TZ5NR
PowerColor Red Devil 7900XTX
Crucial T700 1TB PCIE Gen5 SSD
MSI Meg Ai 1300P PSU
Arctic Freezer III 420 AIO
Thermaltake CTE 750 case
11x Noctua NF-A14 industrial fans
Ducky DK2108S keyboard
Razer Viper 8K mouse model# RZ01-0358

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i7 8700 K
GTX 1080
32 GB of RAM

Vsync on

Performance is somewhere in the 30s to 40s without dynamic resolution scaling, and with DSR it’s in the 50’s to 60’s but very uneven and I have seen drops as low as the 30’s. Tried playing with the settings but didn’t note an appreciable difference.

This is my experience on the ship, it might improve once on land but it was very jarring when I first started.


Windows 11
RTX 4060ti
Ryzen 7 7700

Playing in 3840 x 2160 in Balanced mode with framerate capped at 40. It can be a bit inconsistent with the frames, especially when running around. There’s some stuttering on any settings I’ve tried. Runs great most of the time.


Windows 10
GeForce 1060 6GB
Ryzen 5 3600
Game installed on HDD

Runs ok except for the very laggy cinematics and looong time to launch and display animated logos at launch. A few lighting problems, espcially rim lights (very bright and flickering) ans some aliasing around models and effects.


Gtx 1660ti
R5 2600
16 gb ram

Game runs mostly fine. It has some stutters that seem to happen most when destroying barrels. The game will freeze on start up if I have Fast vsync enabled in nvidia contol panel

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I’m pretty sure there is FSR. That’s what the scaling options are.

I’m not hating, nor am I trying to demand anything. I just want my experience to be noted.

CPU Brand: AMD Ryzen 5 1600 Six-Core Processor
RAM: 16333 Mb (just one memory stick)
Storage: SSD (SATA)
Windows 10 (64 bit)

Up-to date NVIDIA drivers. Only game running. I disabled Steam and NVIDIA overlays. No matter the resolution, I get 34 fps tops.

It is particularly interesting that running the game at 4k, and 1280x720 gives pretty much the exact same frame rate. My opinion is that it doesn’t seem to have to do with graphics somehow.

Both CPU and GPU seem to hover 65% usage, and there is free memory available.

I volunteer to run any tests to help troubleshoot the problem.


The game has problems with CPU usage and often the GPU gets bored. I noticed that the game works better in borderless fullscreen than fullscreen.


This. My gpu is underutilized as well for some reason, almost like theres a fps cap after main menu (not the settings one)


From what I read right now it seems like game has GPU memory allocation problem in another words game is GPU memory hungry.

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Win 11 Home
CPU: AMD 7700X
RAM: 32gb DDR5 6000MHz
GPU: Nvidia RTX 4080
SSD: Samsung 980 Pro

Game has been pretty smooth so far, but I’m still in starting area.


Win 11 Home
CPU: AMD 5800x3d
RAM: 32gb DDR5 6000MHz
GPU: Nvidia RTX 3080
SSD: Samsung 980 Pro