Quantum Break Developers Will Discuss How They Solved Performance Issues at GDC

How did they make the game look as great as it does?

Posted By | On 25th, Jan. 2016 Under News | Follow This Author @Pramath1605

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Quantum Break looks absolutely gorgeous- it looks, as a matter of fact, too pretty to actually be possible on the Xbox One, which, let’s face it, is a weaker console than its peers. How, then, did Remedy manage to get the game working on the system? We know they haven’t compromised on the game’s performance at all either, so what technical wizardry are they using here?

That’s a question they will answer at GDC this year, at a panel that they will be hosting. “Northlight is Remedy Entertainment’s in-house game engine which powers Quantum Break. In this presentation we discuss how various rendering performance and efficiency issues were solved with DirectX, and suggest design guidelines for modern graphics API usage,” the panel description reads.

It sounds like some excellent optimizations, and some great use of the DirectX 12 API led to Quantum break looking as great as it does, and running as well as it does. In any case, we’ll find out more at GDC this year- hopefully, other companies can take cues from Remedy, and make their games look as great as Quantum Break on the Xbox One as well.

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  • kee1haul

    I guess that explains the delay. That and the totally changed main character and movie bits lol

    • red2k

      The game looks awesome period.

  • Xbox one 2econd gpu unlocking

    Our forum professional research teams misterx and mr cteam have proven we have the most powerful console. We only agreed to play weak as part of the art of war from launch.
    +12 and we game on

    • Dotcum22

      Lol if you are a naive little kid yes then you would believe there proof
      But if you got any brains for yourself you would check it out yourself and know the truth
      But I know that’s to hard for you to do so just keep believing naive kiddo

  • Ian Henry

    I will definitely tune in to see what techniques they use during the development because let’s be real the game looks seriously amazing and next gen.

  • Gamez Rule

    No need for Xbone..Just get it for PC,,,job done ☺


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