before I go on I'd like to state that I read ALL forum topics on performance. I literally spent days crawling through all pages (here, steam, gog, all google hits) that are remotely related to performance. I updated my drivers (all of them) to the newest versions. I decreased resolution. I double checked all my settings. PC is set to maximum performance. I tried assigning single core / multi core. Fooled around with each setting in Nvidia driver settings. I did everything.
Now that this is out of the way I'd like to rant a little bit.
I love the longest journey. It is one of my favorite games. I also loved the sequel. So this is why I was excited when DFC was finally released.
Unfortunately on my rig it is not playable. My rig is an i5 760 running at 3.6Ghx, 16 GB ram, GTX 760.
The intro runs at around 10fps. No kidding.
First part was kinda playable with 18fps in average... until I hit the chapter where I had to escape a cellar (prison?). It was so slow I had to shut down my pc, smash the wall behind me and cry in the bathroom.
Why do you do that to me? I mean, my system might not be the fastest out there but it is fast enough to handle all current games. Shadow of Mordor for instance is running in highest settings at 1920 resolution.
So why is it that DFC, with let's say so-so graphics runs so slow.
Anybody out there with a similar rig with any solution?