Many of us can't wait to get our hands on a copy of Far Cry 6. However, if you're on the PC platform, this latest news may dampen the excitement. Recently, a Game DSO report was published online which shows the benchmarking for Far Cry 6. Unfortunately, the results aren't great. It seems that some optimization issues are causing undesirable performance. During testing, you can see the game running at over 60FPS at various resolutions. But those with a powerful PC may find it a disappointing bottleneck.
Far Cry 6's embargo has been lifted for certain footage content, and that's when Game DSO chose to feature their benchmarking tests. During testing, it can be seen that Far Cry 6 suffers from single-threaded CPU focus rather than taking advantage of other threads on a CPU. Ultimately, this can lead to drastic performance issues throughout the game. DSO Gaming PC benchmark test used Intel i9 9900K, 16GB DDR4 3600Mhz and Nvidia RTX 3080.
This is no slouch for a gaming PC. However, the outlet found it impossible to hit 120 FPS at any resolution. The tests presented offered a preview of 4K, 1440p and 1080p. This can be frustrating for some PC gamers, while others are hoping an update will fix this issue. Of course, this also prompted many PC gamers to talk about previous optimization issues with Ubisoft games.
For now, it's a waiting game to see if this title will receive updates to fix this issue or not. We certainly hope that Far Scream 6 video game has a smooth launch. There are quite a few fans eager to play the role of Dani Rojas as they attempt to overthrow Yara's dictator regime. As of now, we only have a few days to wait for this game to release. Far Cry 6 will launch on October 7, 2022 for PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X/S platforms.