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Batman: Arkham City Performance

Batman: Arkham City
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Batman: Arkham City

Batman: Arkham City is a sequel to 2009’s Game of the Year-winning Batman: Arkham Asylum. This recently released sequel, however, lives up to and even surpasses the original in many ways. The story takes place 18 months after the original game. Quincy Sharp, the onetime administrator of Arkham Asylum, has become mayor and convinced Gotham to create "Arkham City" by walling off the worst, most crime-ridden areas of the city and turning the area into a giant open-air prison. The game has DirectX 9 and 11 rendering paths, with support for tessellation, multi-view soft shadows, and ambient occlusion. We tested in DX11 mode at various resolutions with all in-game graphical options set to their maximum values.

Batman: Arkham City proved to be somewhat of a strong suit for the new GeForce GTX Titan. In this game, NVIDIA's latest flagship single-GPU powered card spanked the Radeon HD 7970 GHz Edition and the GeForce GTX 680 and trails the dual-GPU powered GeForce GTX 690 by only a few percentage points.
 


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