The long-awaited “Left 4 Dead” spiritual sequel “Back 4 Blood” is officially launched, and supports cross-platform players 4 player cooperation and PvP, the game requirements are not high, support NVIDIA DLSS and AMD FSR 1.0 upscaling, most mainstream The PC configuration can run smoothly at 60fps, and it can be played at any time with Xbox Game Pass, that is, see the performance analysis recommendations.
- 《Back 4 Blood》
- Unique deck system
- Analysis of performance requirements of PC version graphics card
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The zombie shooting survival game introduces new ideas and emphasizes teamwork. It is a popular online multiplayer game category. “Back 4 Blood” is the new work of the original “Left 4 Dead” production team, corresponding to PlayStation, Xbox and PC platforms. Players can cooperate with up to 4 people to repel the zombies. The support also provides a player-to-player battle mode. Players act as survivors and mutant monsters respectively, and the gameplay is completely different. The game provides an immersive lobby camp, where you can practice, exchange items, start online play or battle, and can be connected across platforms. If there are not enough real players, the computer will make up for it. Players have to advance along the map to the next safe room. There will be a large number of general zombies and special mutant monsters in the middle, there will also be huge monsters, etc. The scene configuration is changeable.
In addition to the personal talents of different characters and the multiplier effect of the whole team, the mix and match can play an effect. On the other hand, the game emphasizes the deck system to enhance the personal ability of the player character. Each deck can be loaded with up to 15 skill cards. Some are Some passive skills are active skills. More cards can be unlocked with points after the level is completed in the game, thereby developing personal characteristics. At the same time, the game level will randomly send corrupt cards to interfere with the player. Players can use the cards in their hands. Multiply to deal with, kill the enemy in the level to get money to buy weapon accessories or pick up modification, etc. So that the experience of each game will not be exactly the same, it is very playable.
The PC version of “Back 4 Blood” has detailed image quality settings to support most hardware configurations, provides 4 different image quality levels (low, medium, high, epic) and detailed fine-tuning functions, and supports NVIDIA DLSS and AMD FSR 1.0 upscaling functions , Which can further improve the fluency of the game. And the requirements of the game engine itself are not high, without adding additional ray tracing rendering, the picture effect is still considered good. The official recommended hardware configuration is as follows:
1080p / 60fps / High quality
Operating system: 64-bit Windows 10
Processor: Intel Core i5-8400 (2.8 GHz) OR AMD Ryzen 7 1800X (3.6 GHz)
Memory: 12 GB
Graphics card: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 970 or AMD Radeon RX 590
In addition, the game provides two versions of DirectX 11/ 12 API. If it is an old-generation graphics card and processor system, if you find compatibility or unsmooth problems, you can switch to DirectX 11 rendering mode to try.
Processor: Core i5 10600K
Motherboard: ASUS ROG MAXIMUS XII HERO (WI-FI)
Memory: HyperX Fury RGB DDR4 3600 8GB x 2
SSD:KINGSTON A2000 M.2 1TB
Graphics card: ROG-STRIX-RTX3060-O12G-GAMING, ROG-STRIX-RX6600XT-O8G-GAMING
Under the basic epic image quality setting, testing the current mainstream GF RTX 3060 and RX 6600 XT graphics cards, it can be seen that the game is fully competent at 1080p, and even meets the high-speed response time of 120p+. In the 1440p environment, there is also a level close to 120fps. Up to a 4K environment, there is an effect close to 60fps, and the adaptive-sync function of the display has a satisfactory smoothness.
There are 3 types of up-conversion rendering functions for the game: NVIDIA DLSS + sharpening, AMD FSR 1.0 + FidelityFX and Spatial (spatial). Spatial (spatial) is for full-display cartoons, which is equivalent to a fixed internal rendering resolution and does not correspond to dynamic resolution rendering. Way. And AMD FSR 1.0 + FidelityFX can also be used with most NVIDIA and AMD graphics cards.
With NVIDIA DLSS + sharpening, AMD FSR 1.0 + FidelityFX “balanced” mode enabled, both 1440p and 4K are improved, with GF RTX 3060 having more than 20% performance improvement, 1440p at 139fps, and 4K at 75fps. If you switch to FSR 1.0 + FidelityFX, the performance can be even higher, which is close to the effect of RX 6600 XT after activation. However, in terms of sharpness and detail, DLSS is slightly better. But it is not easy to detect during the melee. Therefore, it is still recommended to use the “balanced” mode of AMD FSR 1.0 + FidelityFX, and only use NVIDIA DLSS if the image quality is more demanding.
Under most processor systems and mainstream graphics card configurations, “Back 4 Blood” can achieve 60fps with “epic” image quality. If the processor and graphics card are slightly older, use “high” image quality and AMD FSR 1.0. + FidelityFX upscaling will have greater improvement. The PC version of “Back 4 Blood” can be purchased separately, or you can subscribe to Xbox Game Pass Ultimate or Game Pass for PC to play. New players only need $10 for the first month. In other words, it is very easy to find friends to fight zombies together.
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