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Talk:Just Cause 3

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What range does "Just Cause 3 FOV Patcher" have?

God ownerOfTheUniverse (talkcontribs)

The screenshot, brilliantly, just says "34.89". :P

EDIT: Never mind. Purchased it, tested the FOV tool - works great, and its max value is way sufficient. Edited the article.

Crap Distant Shadows (AMD)

RaTcHeT302 (talkcontribs)

I can't find a way to solve this issue.

Primary problem with JC3 being incorrect published required specs vis needing SSD ?

Djbarney (talkcontribs)

Thought I'd put this here before editing in because this is not absolutely confirmed. At least on my machine I needed to get an SSD to stop very bad stuttering. JC3 reads in a LOT of data because the world has a lot in it and I've done tests to show that this is the case - ... At least to me it seems that the "badly optimised" criticism, although understandable, is actually due to badly published requirements for the game. JC3 either requires a lot more memory than published and/or an SSD fast enough to prevent the engine waiting for data (stuttering).

RaTcHeT302 (talkcontribs)
RaTcHeT302 (talkcontribs)

How much RAM do you have? Also considering how this game looks like I honestly don't feel like it should be running this poorly, on my system I should be able to run JC3 at over 100+ FPS. The Witcher 3 runs and looks better than JC3 for the most part. The video settings in JC3 barely help, and the engine really struggles when there are a ton of civilian cars on screen in certain areas of the game.

Misleading System Requirements?

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Vetle (talkcontribs)

please remove referral from GMG link. thanks

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