Ubisoft has just unleashed Far Cry New Dawn onto the world, the latest in the Far Cry franchise which is a narrative sequel to the successful Far Cry 5. Far Cry New Dawn has been receiving mixed reviews since its launch on February 15, but with Far Cry 5 being part of my benchmarking ritual, its successor will succeed it in my benchmark runs from now on.
Far Cry New Dawn is powered by a tweaked version of the Dunia Engine, the same graphics engine that powered the last handful of Far Cry games for Ubisoft. It looks great, is well-optimized and features some pretty decent multi-GPU support that we'll be playing around with in a future article. For now, we'll be looking at the 1920 x 1080, 2560 x 1440 and 3840 x 2160 resolutions and seeing how well our GPUs do.
If you haven't played Far Cry 5 you might want to jump into that game before you buy Far Cry New Dawn, and if you end up buying Far Cry New Dawn, well we have a bunch of graphics cards benchmarked here to show you what you'll need before you dive in.
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