Warhammer: End Times - Vermintide

Warhammer: End Times - Vermintide

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w00t Aug 30, 2015 @ 10:58pm
What is the game engine?
Unity, Unreal Engine, Source, or new one?

p.s. I hope it's not on Source.
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[Fatshark]LoPuS Aug 31, 2015 @ 5:27am 
We are using the Autodesk Stingray Sngine previously Bitsquid Engine. http://stingrayengine.com/
interesting. I will keep an eye on things you guys do. keep up the great work. game looks like great fun. maybe a single player story mode. yup yup yup
Yor Kaen Oct 26, 2015 @ 2:21am 
If it was Unity, Unreal or Source, it wouldn't be so buggy and poor optimized. Game looks fun, but playing on 20 fps on low settings isnt fun at all. Same game (left4dead2) perfectly run on ultra 30-60 fps even on horde 10+players, and looks much nicer.
WoofWoof Oct 26, 2015 @ 2:24am 
Originally posted by Yor Kaen:
If it was Unity, Unreal or Source, it wouldn't be so buggy and poor optimized. Game looks fun, but playing on 20 fps on low settings isnt fun at all. Same game (left4dead2) perfectly run on ultra 30-60 fps even on horde 10+players, and looks much nicer.
not to excuse the optimisation in this game (its pretty bad) but L4D2 is ancient, its like saying "I cant play Far Cry 4 well on my rig, but i can play Far Cry 1 just fine"
ZEF Oct 26, 2015 @ 2:35am 
Originally posted by Yor Kaen:
If it was Unity, Unreal or Source, it wouldn't be so buggy and poor optimized. Game looks fun, but playing on 20 fps on low settings isnt fun at all. Same game (left4dead2) perfectly run on ultra 30-60 fps even on horde 10+players, and looks much nicer.

As long as you code it that way, any engine could turn badly (*looking at ARK and its curious use of UE4*). You should have been there when L4D1 released. The game was poorly optimized and many rigs including mine struggled to get decent frames during hordes. It was later fixed, but the evolution of hardware components later helped quite a lot, too.
Last edited by ZEF; Oct 26, 2015 @ 2:37am
w00t Oct 26, 2015 @ 3:57am 
Yor Kaen, game have more shader complexity and models detail than L4D2. It's also old game,
if you run it at 30 FPS then you have old PC.
Last edited by w00t; Oct 26, 2015 @ 3:57am
rogermorse Oct 29, 2015 @ 1:38pm 
Hey what is this haste??? I don't have a super powerful computer but I can run Extreme on 60 most of the time. High is already better, if I don't want framerate drops on heavy fights. This is not 'poorly optimized'. Or maybe they released a significant patch? I started playing today
~GSW~ JumpyJump Oct 29, 2015 @ 1:41pm 
Originally posted by Yor Kaen:
If it was Unity, Unreal or Source, it wouldn't be so buggy and poor optimized. Game looks fun, but playing on 20 fps on low settings isnt fun at all. Same game (left4dead2) perfectly run on ultra 30-60 fps even on horde 10+players, and looks much nicer.

L4D2 runs great for you because it's an old game now. i7 4790k, GTX 970, 16 gigs of ram here and I rarely if ever get stuttering.
Red_warning Oct 29, 2015 @ 1:47pm 
Originally posted by Yor Kaen:
If it was Unity, Unreal or Source, it wouldn't be so buggy and poor optimized. Game looks fun, but playing on 20 fps on low settings isnt fun at all. Same game (left4dead2) perfectly run on ultra 30-60 fps even on horde 10+players, and looks much nicer.

If you run L4D2 on that fps then your pc must be ancient
Warlord Oct 29, 2015 @ 2:01pm 
Great choice on software. The game looks amazing especially the metals. The lighting is tops.
The Hooded Hat Oct 29, 2015 @ 2:56pm 
game looks and runs great, low fps turn off ssao it will help
Cedup Jan 30, 2016 @ 8:14am 
Get a decent PC. Got a GTX 970 HOF, 18 Gigs RAM, FX8350 and no stutter, whatsoever.
101-135 fps in the Inn,
45-75 fps in the first mission.
Settings all maxed out, borderless window
SopuliApina Jan 30, 2016 @ 8:18am 
Originally posted by Cedup:
Get a decent PC. Got a GTX 970 HOF, 18 Gigs RAM, FX8350 and no stutter, whatsoever.
101-135 fps in the Inn,
45-75 fps in the first mission.
Settings all maxed out, borderless window

I assume you are talking 1080p. Just try running the game 4K all maxed out. Not gonna happen with solid 60fps.
WoofWoof Jan 30, 2016 @ 8:42am 
Originally posted by SopuliApina:
Originally posted by Cedup:
Get a decent PC. Got a GTX 970 HOF, 18 Gigs RAM, FX8350 and no stutter, whatsoever.
101-135 fps in the Inn,
45-75 fps in the first mission.
Settings all maxed out, borderless window

I assume you are talking 1080p. Just try running the game 4K all maxed out. Not gonna happen with solid 60fps.
rekt
Cedup Jan 30, 2016 @ 9:33am 
Originally posted by SopuliApina:
Originally posted by Cedup:
Get a decent PC. Got a GTX 970 HOF, 18 Gigs RAM, FX8350 and no stutter, whatsoever.
101-135 fps in the Inn,
45-75 fps in the first mission.
Settings all maxed out, borderless window

I assume you are talking 1080p. Just try running the game 4K all maxed out. Not gonna happen with solid 60fps.
Ofc, 4k isn't for me at this time. I'm going for all 1080p. Hate different resolutions on different devices. Additionally, that 970 with it crippled VRAM won't be able to push 4k now, nor in the future.
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