Tom Clancy is actually a novelist who inspired Ubisoft to develop online shooting games like The Division, Rainbox 6 Siege, Ghost Recon Wildlands, and many more. The latest Ghost Recon Breakpoint is going to be exciting though you have to get compatible PC hardware. Joker Productions Youtube channel tests the game on his own RTX 2080 Ti, core i9 9900k processor (4.8GHz), 32GB DDR4 RAM and Windows 10 OS. The game is full of shooting and full-body contact fight. Let’s see how the game impacts the GPU at 4k resolution.
The sinking country is not rich with highly sophisticated graphics. But 4k is not friendly here too. You can even feel the easiness of your hero’s movement. AnvilNext is capable of producing lighter games that can be compatible for any PC regardless of their budget.
His poor RTX 2080 Ti gets hot as 82 degrees in Celcius heats its central unit. 4k is surely notorious to hardware by increasing the heat with the intention to decrease the lifespan. I don’t advice you to turn the resolution to 4k. You should forget it now.
I see 20 ms frame time, that’s terrible. I hate you, 4k! Such a great game gives more than 20 ms frame time. At 1440p the GPU could get less than 15 ms frame time. Again, here 4k tanks the flagship GPU. Avoid 4k at all costs if you do not want to force your hardware to die earlier.
The gameplay shows an average frame rate of 47 FPS. Playing such an exciting game will make you forget poor FPS performance. 32 GB RAM could somehow help in keeping frame rate higher. But 4k still dumps the performance of the hardware. Ghost Recon Breakpoint is similar to Call of Duty: Modern Warfare in FPS test. In the last test on RTX 2080 Ti, the results were poor at 4k with ultra preset. So, any online shooting game can show lower frame rates as you increase the resolution.