The biggest annoyance in Hunt: Showdown, which was closed a few days ago, was of course related to optimization, just like the games on the other fronts. Players with the highest parts and systems had a continuous frame-drop and did not have a very good experience in the beta process. Hunt: Showdown‘s producer Crytek, who is still in production, has posted at least an announcement to please the actors.
Hunt: Showdown can be played with video cards from the previous generation
The widely used Nvidia 10xx and AMD RX series are individual to quality-seeking players, but Crytek wants Hunt: Showdown to work on graphics cards and processors from past generations. Crytek has already begun work on his return with his arms leaning and, in his view, even a list of the requirements for Hunt: Showdown’s release was published by Crytek. According to the list the 6th Generation i5 3.00GHz for the processor, 12GB of RAM and even the Nvidia GeForce GTX980 for the graphics card seems to be enough.
At the same time, Crytek stated that they were working on what parts of Hunt: Showdown they had posted. It will first come from the top of the “frame-drop” bottlenecks, followed by separate optimizations for each piece.