The last link in the construction and management simulation of Kalypso is 6 Tropico. While the Unreal Engine 4 graphics engine was used on the PC, we also performed a PC performance test and examined the benchmark results.
In this PC performance analysis, we used the Intel i7 4930K processor, 16GB DDR3 RAM, AMD Radeon RX580 and RX Vega 64 and the Nvidia RTX 2080Ti and GTX980Ti graphics cards. The Windows 10 operating system was included in the computers.
Producer Limbic Entertainment has added many graphics settings for Tropico 6. We can change the anti-aliasing, shadows, skins, modeling, Ambient Occlusion, water, environment and particles as we want. In addition, Bloom, Lens Flare and Depth of Field also have options for opening and closing.
Tropico 6 uses the Unreal Engine 4 graphics engine and uses the single core of the processor. You don’t need a modern processor to play the strategy game 60fps. When Hyper-Threading is activated, we have achieved a performance of around 100fps.
We didn’t get a completely streamlined experience when using AMD Radeon RX580 at 1080p resolution on the graphics card. The GTX980Ti model has outperformed the AMD Radeon RX Vega 64. As we’ve said many times before, AMD’s DX11 drivers are not very good and are pushing old processors.
The visually pleasing Tropico 6 is a game that can work on a variety of PCs without a demand for modern hardware