Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice 4k Graphics Comparison Video
Sekiro's graphics are just beautiful to die for, aren't they? But does FromSoftware's hardcore action title still look good even with low graphics settings? PixelPerfect takes a look with a new comparison vidoe.
The recently launched Sekiro: Shadows Twice from the team at From Software (creators of Dark Souls) is a vibrant game, with the Japan setting looking amazing - especially at 4k Resolution. Our sister graphics comparison YouTube Channel PixelPerfect has ventured into battle to compare 3 settings. Cameraman Tom, who is also a Dark Souls professional, has taken great care to offer the best possible shots in 4k.
In this video we compare the Low, Medium and Max settings that the game has to offer. Pay attention to the shadows in the video at the low setting, which unfortunately has an annoying blinking that can be avoided by manually changing the game settings. Everything looks quite gorgeous in motion, especially at the highest preset. You can see the presets and options we used for testing at the end of the video!
Sekiro: Shadows The Twice - 4K graphics comparison with an RTX 2080 Ti | PC UHD
Sekiro: Shadows The Twice - 4K Graphics Comparison with 3 Quality Levels | PC UHD
Note: PixelPerfect takes care when creating the clips to ensure there is no loss in image quality. For the Video Editing the professionals at Caseking are responsible.
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Hardware used for the Graphics Comparison
- Intel Core i7-7700 CPU @ 4.20 GHz
- 16 GB RAM (DDR4)
- Nvidia GeForce RTX 2080 Ti
- GeForce Game Ready Driver 419.67
- Mainboard ASRock Z270 Pro4
- Windows 10 Home (64 Bit)