Animation based Overwatch could enter the top most played games in the world. Some gamers prefer high resolutions like 1080p, 1440p, 4k and even 8k. But only one of them is optimal for the best UX and that’s 1440p. Tech Imperium Youtube channel tests the game on PC specs like Ryzen 9 3900X, Corsair H100i PRO RGB Liquid CPU Cooler, 4 Noctua NF-F12 iPPC-3000 PWM Fans, EVGA 2080 Ti FTW3 Ultra, 3200Mhz C14 G.SKILL Flare X – 2 x 8 GB RAM, X470 Taichi motherboard, and LIAN LI – PC-O11 AIR case.
The place is large with buildings and disturbing elements. Hiding is easily granted here. To save time you should be quick in finding the enemies. Roaming the area is not optional for its vast range. Sticking to your friends may decrease the performance of the GPU but victory will be most likely on your side. The graphical design is really like Borderlands 3 has the same approach to delivering the virtual world.
At low settings, the frame time gets the lowest milliseconds like average 3.2ms. Conversely, the horrible numbers such as 7.1ms on average appear at Epic settings. I don’t recommend this setting unless you want to be the slowest in reacting to the situation since milliseconds can impact anything. For me, the perfect setting is Ultra as the channel uses two flagships from NVIDIA and AMD.
You have to bear in mind that the higher the setting the slower performance. This situation comes in this test too. Even high-end PC hardware can barely handle the difficulty coming from Epic setting. Low 1440p resolution gives the highest frame rates, on average 296 FPS. On the other hand, the tanked performance comes from the Epic 1440p with an average of 131 FPS. For the high-end GPU and CPU, the 1440p Epic setting is not a problem. Just stay away from 4k resolution since gaming PC hardware is not ready to take its challenge.