The hair in Stranger of Paradise: Final Fantasy Origin is apparently killing the sport’s efficiency on PC.
As spotted by PC Gamer, customers have grew to become to modding characters’ hair out of the sport to make Stranger of Paradise run at a better body charge. A vital sacrifice for some gamers.
Reddit person MorrisonGamer discovered that hair might be the wrongdoer once they came upon the nearer gamers get to different characters the poorer the efficiency will get — reporting drops as little as 8 frames in line with 2nd if numerous NPCs are on display.
The Minister drops a RTX 3090 to twenty-five FPS as a result of a fucking FUR COAT
uncompressed movies above 💀thank you Twitter pic.twitter.com/9I8uTlXn2N
— AkiraJkr (@AkiraJkr1) March 20, 2022
They shared their findings on Twitter, posting a video in their RTX 3090, a high-end graphics card, shedding to twenty-five frames in line with 2nd as they stood subsequent to a personality dressed in fluffy shoulder pads.
Whilst it isn’t a real repair, MorrisonGamer did proportion a workaround: a mod that we could customers flip off hair. Which means that, whilst each and every persona within the recreation walks round bald, they no less than achieve this at an inexpensive body charge.
The deficient efficiency is apparently a results of the PC port being poorly optimised, as famous via Twitter person DeathChaos25, however no drastic problems were reported on console.
FF Origins Strangers of Paradise apparently has numerous framerate (and determination/visible) problems (particularly on consoles), this is because their fashions are truly the worst optimized factor I have ever noticed, together with stuff like 30mb geometry for (some) not unusual enemies. pic.twitter.com/IeZTg5QSMs
— DeathChaos (@DeathChaos25) March 19, 2022
In our 8/10 review, IGN said “Stranger of Paradise: Final Fantasy Origin‘s tale does not come in combination till the overall hours, but if it does it pairs well with a forged and tasty motion struggle gadget and a powerful dose of FF nostalgia.”
Ryan Dinsdale is an IGN freelancer who every so often recollects to tweet @thelastdinsdale. He will speak about The Witcher all day.