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R.U.S.E. Beta: PC Performance Benchmarks for Graphics Cards and Processors

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Developers : Eugen Systems
Publisher : Ubisoft Entertainment
Genre : RTS
Release Date : 2010

System requirements for maximum rendering quality recommended by the gameGPU website :

Minimum

Operating system : Vista®, Windows 7 Processor : Core 2 Duo 2.06 GHz or Athlon 64 x2 5200+ RAM : 1.5 GB Video card : DirectX®9 compatible video card with 512 MB RAM Radeon HD 4830 or GeForce G TS 250 DirectX : DirectX®9 Winchester: 2 GB free space

Effective

Operating system: Vista®, Windows 7 Processor: Core 2 Duo 2.4 GHz or Athlon 64 x2 5600+ RAM: 2 GB Video card: DirectX®9 compatible video card with 512 MB RAM Radeon HD 5750 or GeForce G TX 260 DirectX: DirectX ®9 Winchester: 2 GB free space

Optimal

Operating system : Vista®, Windows 7 Processor : Core 2 Duo 2.83 GHz or Phenom II x2 545 RAM : 2 GB Video card: DirectX®9 compatible video card with 1024 MB RAM Radeon HD 4870 or GeForce G TX 285 DirectX: DirectX®9 Winchester : 2 GB free space

Official description of the game

The hallmarks of RUSE are as follows: firstly, the IrisZoom engine, which allows you to look at the war both from the position of a soldier on the battlefield, and "from heaven", managing huge armies and leading your nation to victory. A comparison with Supreme Commander is very appropriate here. Let's say, how do you like the opportunity to participate in the landing in Normandy, recreated in detail and stretching for 100 virtual kilometers (!) in RUSE, not the position of an ordinary fighter, but an army commander? There you go, good idea.

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To defeat the enemy, as the press release assures, it will be possible to use not only your brain and various maneuvers, but also unique skills - for example, activate "radio silence" or "camouflage", thereby hiding your squad from the eyes and ears of the enemy. Or here's to decipher the negotiations of the enemy and reveal the plan of his offensive operation. But the gray matter is still needed - at least in order to tritely cut off the enemy from the supply, take it in a vise and crush it like a bug.

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The RUSE single player campaign will offer you to take part in the most prominent battles of the Second World War and take the side of one of the six nations, divided into "Allies" and "Axis Powers". Each has its own unique units and features.
Epic battles, huge levels transferred to the virtual space with due diligence, career advancement from captain to commander-in-chief - all this will be in RUSE. Plus, the online part, represented by both "co-op" and the usual multiplayer battles "against each other", designed for eight players.

Overview: Playability

Well, as we noted earlier, it is very difficult to understand anything from the gameplay of the demo version of the game. RUSE Beta features a multiplayer component and one combat map. The company was not represented, so it is impossible to judge the development of the game plot.

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As stated by the developers, the game turned out to be quite large-scale. We have one huge game map, on which all combat events unfold. We want to fly from a bird's eye view and issue commands to the right and left, but we want to go down and enjoy the view of the units swarming below. Although the second time will not be enough, the enemy is also on the alert and we constantly need to be aware of all events.

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As in all games of this genre, we will need to capture sources of resources, build bases, barracks, additional buildings and defensive structures. The game does not last forever - we have no more than 30 minutes allotted for everything. So to win, either we earn more points than the enemy, or inflict a crushing defeat on him ...

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We invite you to evaluate a part of the RUSE Beta video, where you can see for yourself the quality of this product:

The game has a good variety of combat units, upgrades and all sorts of additional lotions. So fans of RTS will be where to roam. Although the game is made in a somewhat unusual style, the gameplay itself is really addictive. So for all tacticians, getting familiar with RUSE will be very useful.

Review: Game Graphics

As described earlier, RUSE has brought to the RTS genre hitherto unseen scale. The game map is huge - huge territories can be located on it at the same time: cities, rivers, forests and mountains. Generally speaking, almost everything. And of course, the power of modern home PCs would hardly be enough to simulate that way an entire military district. Therefore, one should not be surprised at the rather low, by modern standards, detail.

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The whole environment looks like spaced layouts. And this is very clearly visible when closely approaching the game map. The effects of explosions and physical models have only a conditional presence and are far from today's implementations in top projects.

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Of course, this does not mean that RUSE system requirements, as well as graphics, will be very low - on the contrary, huge locations will take their toll, as a result of which the load on your system will be truly colossal. But we will talk about this a little further ...

Review: Game resource intensive

For RUSE Beta you will need a Core 2 Duo 2.4 GHz or Athlon 64 x2 5600+ processor and 2 gigabytes of RAM.

 

Hardware configuration

CPU

Intel Core 2 Quad Q9550@ 4.25 GHz 12 MB L2 cache,

Motherboard MSI P45 Platinum 7512 (LGA 775) P45/ICH10R
Memory 4 GB OCZ DDR2-1150 @ 11160, 5-5-5, 2.2V
Video cards

GeForce 8400 GS 512 MB
GeForce 8500 GT 512 MB
GeForce 8600 GT 512 MB
GeForce 8600 GTS 512 MB
GeForce 8800 GTS 640 MB GeForce 8800
GS 512 MB GeForce 8800
GT 512
MB GeForce 8800 GTS 512 MB
GeForce 8800 GTX 768 MB
GeForce 8800 ULTRA 768 MB
GeForce 9400 GT 512 MB
GeForce 9500 GT 512 MB
GeForce 9600 GSO 768 MB
GeForce 9600 GSO (G94) 512 MB
GeForce 9600 GT 512 MB  
GeForce 9800 GT 512 MB
GeForce 9800 GTX 512
MB GeForce GT 210 512 MB
GeForce GT 220 1024 mb
GeForce GTS 250 1024 MB
GeForce GTX 260 896 MB
GeForce GTX 260 core 216
GeForce GTX 280 1024 MB
GeForce GTX 275 896 MB
GeForce GTX 285 1024 MB
Radeon HD 2400 PRO 512 MB
Radeon HD 2400 XT 512 MB
Radeon HD 2600 Pro
512 MB
Radeon HD 512 MB Radeon HD 2900 GT 512 MB
Radeon HD 2900 PRO 512 MB
Radeon HD 2900 XT 1024 MB
Radeon HD 3450 512 MB
Radeon HD 3470 512 MB Radeon
HD 3650 512 MB Radeon HD
3690 512 MB
Radeon HD 3850 512 MB Radeon HD 3870 512 MB
Radeon
HD 4450 512
MB Radeon HD 4470 512 MB
Radeon HD 4550 512 mb
radeon hd 4650 512 MB
Radeon HD 4670 512 MB
Radeon HD 4750 512 MB
Radeon HD 4770 512 MB
Radeon HD 4830 512 MB
Radeon HD 4850 1024 MB
Radeon HD 4870 1024 MB
Radeon HD 4890 1024 MB
Radeon HD 5450 512 MB
Radeon HD 5670 1024 MB
Radeon HD 5750 1024 MB
Radeon HD 5770 1024 MB Radeon HD
5830 1024
MB Radeon HD 5850 1024 MB
Radeon HD 5870 102 4 mb

HDD 2 RAID0 Western Digital Caivar WD2500GL 250GB 7200rpm SATA 3Gb/s

System software and drivers

operating system Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate Edition x64
DirectX DirectX 11
Platform driver Intel INF Chipset Update Utility 9.1.0.1012
Graphics driver

Nvidia GeForce/ION Driver Release 196.21

ATI Catalyst 10.2

All video cards were tested at the maximum graphics quality by the Fraps program in the most resource-intensive part of the game .

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Our video cards are tested in general at all resolutions and you can evaluate how your video card behaves relative to other modern solutions in almost all gaming resolutions. All video cards were tested at the maximum quality of graphics settings.

Testing at maximum quality settings 1024x768

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Testing at maximum quality settings 1280x1024

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Testing at maximum quality settings 1680x1050

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Testing at maximum quality settings 1920x1080

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As we can see from the overall picture, RUSE puts forward quite serious requirements for modern video adapters. ATI video cards didn't leave Nvidia with a chance. They literally smashed the enemy to smithereens. Even such an "experienced" old man as the Radeon HD 4870 leaves the Ge Force GTX 285 far behind. So the owners of ATI cards this time can be satisfied - the RUSE developers were able to find a rational use for the huge shader potential of the Radeon.

Conclusion: RUSE looks like a very promising product. So those players who have long been hungry for worthwhile RTS strategies will be able to brush up on their skills...