Anthem test PCIntel Core i7-8700K @ 5.0GHzIntel Core i3-8100NZXT Kraken X62MSI Z390 MEG Godlike2x8GB G.Skill TridentZ RGB DDR4-3200Samsung 970 Evo 1TBSamsung 860 Evo 1TBWD Black 4TB HDDEVGA SuperNova P2 1000WCorsair Carbide Air 740One of the biggest complaints from our Anthem review in progress is the excessive number of loading screens—loading the game, loading into Fort Tarsis, loading into a mission, loading when you’re too far behind your squad in a mission, loading into a smaller area within a mission, loading back into the main world, loading to the mission summary page, loading back into Fort Tarsis… There are a lot of loading screens, and some of them can stick around for more than a minute. Ugh.With that in mind, I wanted to test the storage performance of Anthem load times, before and after the upcoming day one patch. I’ll be updating the results once the patch arrives, but here’s how things stand right now. For testing, I have three storage devices: a Samsung 860 Evo SATA SSD, a Samsung 970 Evo NVMe SSD, and a WD Black SATA HDD. I tested various aspects of loading and even looked at framerates. For my testbed, I’m using my normal performance analysis hardware—shown in… Read full this story
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