NFS Most Wanted 2016 for PC – Review

Need for Speed ​​months debuts later PC with a port that aims to end the questionable decisions he was taking leave in their version compatible. A highly scalable unlocked frames and version, high resolutions, this delivery is a new reboot of the franchise.

Need for Speed ​​has not made ​​it easy for computer gamers in recent years. Limitations in the version for PC were evident, especially in terms of the rate of frames per second, the franchise strangely obsessed by block at 30 fps. Some frames also were with the game clock, making it virtually impossible any unlocking by experienced users. But this new Need For Speed ​​aims to do things right from the start, unblocking the frame rate and also offering high resolutions for those players who want to get more out of the new monitors above 1920×1080.

So whether you have a screen 4K or ultrapanorámico monitor 21: 9, the game fits perfectly without any external program. The frame rate can also play with blocked frames to 30, if we can not or we do not mind that extra softness and prefer to climb the graphics options. Some options that do not have much impact in terms of performance, with the ambient occlusion and smoothing the more resources use, offering SSAO and HBAO for occlusion and FXAA and TAA for antialiasing. Despite support 4K resolutions, has not allowed us from the original configuration to increase the resolution for downsampling.

On the other hand, it is important to emphasize the vertical sync . Need for Speed ​​uses many cinematics for movies, without the active synchronization, all FMVs will have the effect of “split – screen” that produces its deactivation, so we recommend that the option to remain on if you have problems with cutscenes.