Watch Dogs: Legion tested on GeForce RTX 3090 – stable 4K / 60 fps either without RTX, or with RTX and DLSS 2.0

Appeared on YouTube clip in which demonstrate the performance of Watch Dogs: Legion on a PC with GeForce RTX 3090. The in-game benchmark ran in 4K and preset schedules “Ultra”, but with different settings upscaling DLSS and ray tracing effects.

Without ray tracing, the RTX 3090 managed to “stretch” 4K and 60 frames per second, in all tests we give the “average” fps value:


  • DLSS Off, RTX Off – 59 fps
  • DLSS “Performance”, RTX Off – 88 fps
  • DLSS “Quality”, RTX Off – 78 fps
  • DLSS “Balanced”, RTX Off – 84 fps
  • DLSS “Ultra Performance”, RTX Off – 91 fps

With tracing turned on at maximum, the 60fps threshold was overcome only with DLSS Performance and Ultra Performance, which most likely correspond to Full HD upscaling and about 900p, respectively.

  • DLSS Off, RTX On – 32 fps
  • DLSS “Performance”, RTX On – 64 fps
  • DLSS “Quality”, RTX On – 51 fps
  • DLSS “Balanced”, RTX On – 57 fps
  • DLSS “Ultra Performance”, RTX On – 71 fps

Watch Dogs Legion will release on October 29th for PC, PS4 and Xbox One, and will hit the next generation consoles in November.

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