In recent months, many PC gamers have seen an increase in the number of new titles with increasingly exaggerated performance requirements and hastily released games with serious optimization problems.
Spoken (Spoken), a 3A book released today by SE, has had some serious optimization problems.The RTX 4090 cannot escape the fate of frames.
The configuration instructions given for Forspoken before its release show that if you want to run it at 2160P 60 frames, you need an RTX 4080 or Radeon 6800 XT graphics card.
And based on actual player feedback,Even the RTX 4090 graphics card, which is currently the "strongest on the surface", still only maintains around 80 frames with DLSS enabled, and even drops frames after entering combat.
More players said that even if they are i9-13900K+RTX 4090 such a full configuration combination, in the process of the game still appeared a series of problems, such as lag, flash back.
Forspoken was even scarier for more computer savvy players,The default 1080P full low image quality is extremely fuzzy and stutter, greatly affecting the experience.
In fact, Forspoken has had serious optimization problems,And their Luminous Studio (luminous engine) are inseparable.
Luminous engine engineering interface
Luminous Studio, SE's dedicated next-generation game engine, is the company's Luminous Studio, which was previously used in Final Fantasy XV prior to Spoken.
Final Fantasy XV
But this self-developed engine, which SE had so much hope for,It was one of the root causes of Final Fantasy XV's severe development crisis, the amount of content that had to be cut, and the massive optimization problems of the first release.
The failure of Final Fantasy XV caused SE to significantly reduce the priority of the Luminous engine, and subsequent games including Kingdom Hearts 3 and Final Fantasy 7RE switched to the more mature Unreal 4 engine.
Now, it seems, after years of silence,Hardware maturity and longer development times have not made the luminous engine more mature, but more serious technical problems.