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Squirrels have terrible animation/low fps


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Seriously just watch a squirrel moving around, it’s so janky. It looks like they are moving at like 20fps which looks off compared to the rest of the world running much higher. And in general the animations are just really stilted and choppy.

 

What other graphical issues have you noticed in real life?

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2 minutes ago, stepee said:

Seriously just watch a squirrel moving around, it’s so janky. It looks like they are moving at like 20fps which looks off compared to the rest of the world running much higher. And in general the animations are just really stilted and choppy.

 

What other graphical issues have you noticed in real life?

 

Nature sometimes turns the bloom up way too much.  Also, the depth of field can be pretty hazy on occassion.

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The original Nosferatu's special effects run at like 2fps. Bluepoint needs to remaster ASAP or I will cancel my preorder and report to ResetERA. 

 

Also fast-spinning wheels, wtf Baby Jesus, upgrade your CPU if it can't keep up!?

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3 hours ago, SaysWho? said:

I also have thought about what life would be like if there was such a thing as 30fps contacts. Driving would feel like a PS1. 

 

Nah it would feel better than a PS1. A lot of PS1 games run under 30 fps. :p

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