In the last two days, a triple-A game called Callisto Protocol has been released to much fanfare. However, it was immediately blasted to death by players because the game was poorly optimized, the PC version performed poorly, and the RTX 4090 graphics card had severe stutches.
The developers of CapFrameX, a test software, posted the results of the RTX 4090 test online,Although the average frame is 115 frames, the frame rate is not stable and fluctuates greatly. A low 0.1% frame can reach 9 frames, which is stuck into PPT, which will seriously affect the experience.
Not only did it make the RTX 4090 a downfall, but it also had problems with CPU utilization and poor support for multi-core optimization that didn't take full advantage of the current CPU power.
After the game went live, Steam immediately sent bad reviews flying, which in turn caused the share price of the Callisto Protocol development to plunge.
Faced with this situation, the Callisto Protocol officials had to apologize, and they did so quickly,Within a day, a PC fix was released that significantly improved the game's stalling issues.
Although it has not been completely solved, but from the feedback of the players, the patch upgrade is still very useful, everyone's anger also eliminated a lot, the word of mouth began to pick up, in the game must go to upgrade.
However, the developers of CapFrameX also make a good point. If they can release a patch within a day to fix the problem, why bother? Did they not find the problem in beta?
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