Unreal Championship 2: The Liandri Conflict

MW-033 [4d570021]
  • Status

    This title is playable, with minor issues.

  • Last Tested
    May 14, 2023
    Reported by Discord user: Bonedaddy-96#6511
    created_at: 1684027072
    xbe_cert_title_id: 1297547297
    xbe_headers_sha256: eb75a695ad7750cf1fd20ae33e22594dd1982659ede86f00f140d46721e75da0
    xemu_version: 0.7.88
    xemu_branch: master
    xemu_commit: 9e1f5f2f19a8b0e880e034d455b359d426f6d386
    xemu_date: Tue May  2 21:56:15 UTC 2023
    os_platform: Windows
    os_version: Windows
    cpu: AMD Ryzen 5 3600X 6-Core Processor             
    gl_vendor: NVIDIA Corporation
    gl_renderer: NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3070/PCIe/SSE2
    gl_version: 4.0.0 NVIDIA 531.79
    gl_shading_language_version: 4.00 NVIDIA via Cg compiler
    compat_rating: Playable
    compat_comments: After turning off Threaded Optimization, setting refresh rate to 
    Application Controlled, AND setting Power Management Mode to "Prefer
    Maximum Performance", the game will run up to an almost consistent 54-60fps on
    1-to-1 matches on the map "Fury" via Instant Action, with only some minor
    dips into the 40s  - The higher the bot count, and the larger the map size, the
    more dips in performance, obviously, however it's a lot less poor than 
    without the prior changes through the Nvidia Control Panel - Upscaling the game 
    will also bring the framerate down substantially, with the performance dropping down
     to 20fps with 2x upscaling enabled - From what I've played of the campaign so far,
    which was from the opening tutorial to the first tourney match with Darius, the 
    performance was a little more inconsistent, specifically during the opening
    tutorial in which the framerate hung around 30-45, and during the Darius fight, where
    the performance would rise to 60 and dip as low as 15. 
    Overall, almost UC1 performance!
    _id: 646036c1f19c35ececc1841b
    provided_by_discord_id: 401144382691999756
    provided_by_discord_name: Bonedaddy-96#6511

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