“Wolfenstein is id Software’s latest gaming title having just hit shelves last week. Upon its release Wolfenstein has received generally favorable reviews from critics. The game has been praised for its exciting single player campaign, while the multiplayer component has received the most criticism, considered by some to be a letdown when compared to its predecessor Return to Castle Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory.
As with any new game release there is always the chance it may not run on your current setup, or at the very least, not run well. That’s the reason we like to bring you a complete set of tests based on new games such as Wolfenstein using a range of current graphics cards and some other not so current ones.”
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Source: Tech Spot
If you are even peripherally aware of who BJ Blazkowicz is or played the atrocity that was Enemy Territory then you have read at least one review of Wolfenstein. What you may not have seen is a guide to making your game look better, though you may be familiar with the impact the Veil has on your werewolf’s victims frames per second. Tech Spot would like to fix that lack with a look into what kind of performance that you can expect from your GPU.