It's not extreme, but it's high
Two days ago the game Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora was released, which was already quite warmly received by the players. Now the TechPowerUp resource has published a large test of the performance of modern GPUs in this game.
Recall that the game was created on the Snowdrop engine, which Ubosoft also used to develop both parts of Tom Clancy's The Division and Star Wars Outlaws is currently being created on it.
The game has ray tracing effects that are present at all levels of graphics quality settings, and it places fairly high demands on the GPU, although not nearly as high as some of the worst games in this regard in 2023. & ;nbsp;
In particular, in Full HD 30 fps at maximum settings can already be obtained on the Radeon RX 6600, and owners of adapters of the RTX 4060 Ti or Radeon RX 7700 XT level can count on 60 fps or so .
In 4K the game expects to require a lot more. Only the RTX 4090 can produce 60 fps, and for 30 fps you need something at the level of the RTX 4070 Ti.
However, it is worth noting that the game supports FSR 3 with frame generation and DLSS 2, so in this way many players will be able to significantly increase performance.
It’s also worth saying that, despite the fact that the game was developed with the support of AMD, it clearly works much better on Nvidia adapters. For example, even at 4K, the RTX 4080 card is significantly superior to the RX 7900 XTX, while on average the second card is slightly faster in many games.