Outlast 2 – How to Improve Performance and Reduce/Fix Lag on Low End PC
Outlast 2 is a first-person survival horror game that, like its predecessors Outlast and Outlast: Whistleblower, is a single-player campaign. It is set in the Sonoran desert. The game is also carrying over the found footage characteristics from the first game. The player controls the investigative journalist Blake Langermann, who investigates a dilapidated rural area in Supai, near the Sonoran Desert.
Langermann is completely unable to fight and can only defend in scripted scenes similar to the original Outlast, and can hide in lockers, crouch, run, jump, walk, vault and climb much like the first game but the player has a much more limited stamina meter and must manage how long they run or else they will become slower and exhausted causing their pursuer to catch up to them. He only possesses a camcorder, which has night vision enabled, though the camcorder’s batteries are also drained when night vision is used. Unlike the first game, Langermann’s status as a cameraman means he has a much more advanced camera in his possession, one with clearer footage, zoom, and an audio detection system built into each speaker that can be used to detect distant footsteps and other noises but the camera is also equipped with an inventory system displaying the amount of footage they recorded. Spare batteries suitable for the camcorder are spread throughout the locations. Langermann also wears glasses, which limits the player’s vision if they fall off.
Specs I tested this on:
Core 2 Quad Q9300 2.5GHz
4GB RAM DDR2 667MHz
NVidia GeForce GTS450 1GB Graphics Card
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